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AAC Blocks Uses Fly Ash Concrete

AAC is a Recycled Building Material AAC is a construction building material which makes buildings sustainable or greener.  Along with renewable energies it’s a busy area of investment. AAC blocks requires less energy to produce compared to existing brick-making techniques. Brick building materials are very energy-intensive. For example, in order to make bricks, clay is… Read more »

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What is Autoclaved Aerated Concrete?

What is Autoclaved Aerated Concrete? Autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) building blocks is a lightweight, noncombustible siliceous material manufactured from a mixture of sand, fly ash, mine tailings, slag or other sources of silica, which is the largest of the dry raw materials in its composition; portland cement; quick lime; anhydrite; water; and an chemical aerating… Read more »

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