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Advantages Of AAC

  • Large variety of sizes: AAC can be produced in a large variety of sizes, from standard blocks to large reinforced panels;
  • Excellent thermal insulation: AAC has a very low thermal conductivity and therefore very high thermal energy efficiency is achieved. This results in savings on heating and cooling costs;
  • Extreme lightweight: AAC weighs approximately 50% less than other comparable building products;
  • High compressive strength: AAC is a solid product, therefore making it highly load bearing. The entire surface area is used in structural calculations;
  • High dimensional accuracy: As a result of its dimensional accuracy, AAC is extremely easy to install, as no thick set mortar is required;
  • Great acoustic insulation: The porous structure of AAC provides a high acoustic insulation;
  • High fire resistance: AAC has an extremely high fire rating of at least 4 hours and more;
  • Termite resistance: AAC cannot be damaged by termites or insects;
  • High workability: As a result of the excellent size/weight ratio, constructing with AAC is very rapid. Even though AAC is a solid building material, it can be cut, sawn, drilled, nailed and milled like wood, making it an extremely workable product.