Product 3.AAC Panel/ALC Panel

    AAC has been produced for more than 70 years, and it offers several significant advantages over other cement construction materials, one of the most important being its lower environmental impact.
    Improved thermal efficiency reduces the heating and cooling load in buildings.
    Porous structure allows for superior fire resistance.
    Workability allows accurate cutting, which minimizes the generation of solid waste during use.

    Resource efficiency gives it lower environmental impact in all phases of its life cycle, from processing of raw materials to the disposal of waste.

    Light weight saves cost & energy in transportation, labor expenses, and increases chances of survival during seismic activity.
    Larger size blocks leads to faster masonry work.
    Reduces the cost of the project.


    • AAC/ALC Panel production Process
    • Structure System
      AAC/ALC panel is short for Autoclaved  light weight Concrete panel, mainly made of silica sand/ fly ash, cement, lime with double layer & direction steel mesh in it. It is a cellular concrete molding panel, and it can not only be used as wall panel, but also roof panel, floor panel or exterior wall modeling. AAC/ALC panel is a mature construction material with obvious advantages and can be installed easily and flexibly.

    • Specification

      Width: 600mm

      Length: 600-6000mm

      Thickness: 50-300mm


    •    AAC is a highly thermally insulating concrete-based material used for both internal and external construction. Besides AAC's insulating capability, one of its advantages in construction is its quick and easy installation, because the material can be routed, sanded, or cut to size on site using standard carbon steel power tools.

      AAC is well suited for urban areas with high rise buildings and those with high temperature variations. Due to its lower density, high rise buildings constructed using AAC require less steel and concrete for structural members. The requirement of mortar for laying of AAC blocks is reduced due to the lower number of joints. Similarly, the material required for rendering is also lower due to the dimensional accuracy of AAC. The increased thermal efficiency of AAC makes it suitable for use in areas with extreme temperatures, as it eliminates the need for separate materials for construction and insulation, leading to faster construction and cost savings.

      Even though regular cement mortar can be used, most of the buildings erected with AAC materials use thin bed mortar in thicknesses around ⅛ inch, depending on the national building codes. AAC materials can be coated with a stucco or plaster compound to guard against the elements, or covered with siding materials such as brick or vinyl.