Aerated concrete block also referred to as autoclaved aerated concrete or AAC is an innovative type of concrete containing around 80 percent air These special concrete blocks have a number of advantages Theyre strong light and provide better sound and thermal insulation than conventional blocks... As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete plant plan.
Equipped with vibrator feeder, jaw crusher, sand maker (vertical shaft impact crusher), vibrating screen, sand washer, belt conveyor and central electronic control, sand making plant can process the granite, limestone, basalt, cobble and other materials t
Processing capacity: 50-520 t/hApplied material: granite, basaltMore Details
As a pure natural stone with high usage value, river gravel is formed in the long-term impact, squeeze and friction function. River gravel generally shows the color of black, white, yellow, red, green gray, etc.
Production Capacity:50-800TPH Application Field:Hydropower, building material, highway, city construction, metallurgy, coal mining and so on.etc.More Details
Flotation plant is widely used in various fields of ore dressing industry. For example, the separating of gold ore, silver, galena, sphalerite, chalcopyrite, chalcocite, molybdenite, pyrite, nickel sulfide mineral, malachite, cerussite, smithsonite, he
Capacity:0.18-7 (m³/min) Configuration:Jaw crusher, ball mill, classifier, mixing tank, flotation separator, concentrator and dryer.More Details
With auto claves the strength to AAC Bricks becomes y there is another big disadvantage in AAC Blocks Their absorption water is high It is evident from the several million pores in it This facilitates their expansion in water which can bring cracks in the structureMore Details
due to high water absorption finishes required to breath to prevent environmental impact weathering on the aerated concrete ie Cover autoclave aerated concrete with plaster decorative facades etc Efflorescence damage occurs through the high absorption and retention of waterMore Details
Now let’s look through the disadvantages of aerated concrete Very expensive equipment is required for manufacturing autoclave aerated concrete as well as high power consumption and large production facilities That is why lowvolume production of blocks is not economically advantageous This is the key disadvantage of autoclave aerated concreteMore Details
Autoclaved Aerated Concrete is an ecofriendly and certified green building material which is lightweight loadbearing highinsulating durable building blocks and 3 times lighter when compared to red bricks AAC was developed in 1924 by a Swedish architect who was looking for alternate building material with properties similar to that of wood – good thermal insulation hellipMore Details
Resistant to termite attacks Autoclaved Aerated Concrete AAC Block consist of the inorganic material in its constitution which helps to avoid termites attacks that happen in the case of clay bricks Sound Proof AAC blocks have been an ideal material for the construction of walls in the auditorium hotels hospitals studios etc The SoundMore Details
Some other disadvantages A good brand of aac block such as siporex or ultra tech costs 30 more than cement concrete blocks As the surface is smooth plastering doesnt stick very well to it and hence plaster starts to crack in few months Product is brittle aboutMore Details
Aerated concrete blocks are made from a combination of sand lime water gypsum and cement and provide structure insulation and fire and mold resistance Blocks lintels wall panels floor and roof panels are some of the products made with aerated concrete blocks Aerated concrete blocks are great green materials for wall construction that come with numerous advantages but they alsoMore Details
Dec 17 2018 · Autoclaved aerated concrete AAC is a type of precast concrete composed of natural raw materials It was first developed in Sweden in the 1920s when an architect first combined the conventional concrete mixture of cement lime water and sand with aMore Details
Cellular Light Weight Concrete CLC is a light weight concrete that is produced by mixing cement and flyash slurry with preformed foam These CLC blocks are competitive with red clay bricks in pricing and offer significant savings Cellular Lightweight Concrete CLC Blocks – Advantages Disadvantages and Manufacturing Process Read More »More Details