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Prominent & Leading Wholesaler from Hyderabad, we offer lightweight aac block, autoclaved aerated concrete block, autoclaved aerated concrete, aac lightweight blocks, wall side aac block and light weight bricks.

Lightweight AAC Block

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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity1000 Piece
Size600mm x 200mm x 50 mm
Usage/ApplicationSide Walls
ColorGrey
ShapeCuboidal
DesignSolid
Resistance DurabilityHeat Resistant
Country of OriginMade in India

We are engaged in offering a wide range of Lightweight AAC Block to our clients. Our range of all products is widely appreciated by our clients.
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Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Block

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Product Details:
Size600 mm x 200 mm x 150 mm
Usage/ApplicationSide Walls
ColorGrey
ShapeRectangular
DesignHollow
Resistance DurabilityHeat Resistant, Water Resistant, Fire Resistant
Country of OriginMade in India

Description :

Aerated Autoclaved Concrete (AAC Blocks) is an eco-friendly material used to produce lightweight, heat-resistant, and durable building blocks. Developed in the 1920s by the Swedish, it is three times lighter than the ancient red bricks. AAC Blocks majorly consist of AIR (60%-85% by volume) and are produced by the method of autoclaving and high pressurised curing of aerated materials. AAC Blocks soon became one of the most used building materials in the construction industry around the world. These blocks are manufactured using Aluminium powder, fly ash, cement, lime and gypsum. The reaction of aluminium with lime, water and silica releases Hydrogen gas resulting in a porous structure of Calcium Silicate Hydrate which is cut and steam cured at high temperature (210 °C) and pressure (12Kg) for 10-12 hours. The resultant AAC blocks have a wide variety of commercial, industrial and residential applications. In comparison with normal clay bricks, AAC blocks stand superior in their properties and cost. Also, our AAC blocks are available in various sizes to meet all construction requirements. In addition to reducing the cost of plastering, these blocks are water-resistant and offer high strength over time. AAC blocks with their cellular structure can be easily cut with a carpenter’s saw, and driving nails can be done easily. With AAC blocks, weight reduction is the primary benefit for structural reasons, saving steel reinforcement in foundation up to 25% resulting in substantial savings of materials up to 10% thereby reducing the construction cost.

Light Weight :

Usuage of these lightweight cement bricks also known as AAC blocks reduces the overall dead weight of a structure, thereby allowing the construction of firmer and taller buildings.

Cost Saving :

Being 8 times the size of clay bricks, AAC wall construction requires 1/3rd of jointing mortar, saving up to 66% of the cost. Significantly saving up to 25% steel and 10% concrete.

Faster Construction :

AAC Blocks require a lesser number of joints, which results in saving time, jointing material and labour.

Workability :

AAC blocks can be easily carved, drilled, nailed, milled and shaped to fit individual requirements. They are 3-4 times lighter than traditional concrete, which leads to advantages in transportation and material handling.

Versatile :

AAC Blocks ensure a smooth and accurate masonry profile and are also used for renovation/alteration purposes.

Benefits :

Earthquake Resistance

The usage of AAC blocks reduces the overall dead weight of a structure. This reduces the impact of the earthquake on a building making AAC Blocks earthquake resistant.

Fire Resistance

Non-combustible nature of AAC blocks provides fire resistance depending on the thickness up to 16000 degree centigrade (°C). This offers fire resistance for about 2-6 hours.

Eco-Friendly

The manufacturing process emits no pollutants nor creates any by-products or toxic wastes. Manufacturing of AAC blocks is done from natural raw materials.

Energy Efficient

AAC Blocks is 100% Green Building Material is LEED R certified buildings. It requires the Least amount of energy and material per m3 of product. AAC uses fly ash up to 65% of its weight making it resource efficient.

Longer Durability

AAC blocks have longer life, high compressive strength and resistant to all weather conditions compared to other construction materials. These blocks are proven to be water damage free. Leading to Increased value for investment.

Water & Moisture Resistance

AAC structure doesn't allow capillary action that is impervious to water. AAC possesses excellent structural integrity, and moisture resistance, whether caused by wind, rain or standing water.

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Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Block

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Approx. Rs 40 / PieceGet Latest Price

Product Details:
Usage/ApplicationPartition Walls
Size24 in x 8 in x 4 in
ColorGrey
ShapeRectangular
DesignHollow
Resistance DurabilityWater Resistant, Fire Resistant, Heat Resistant
Country of OriginMade in India

Description :

Aerated Autoclaved Concrete (AAC Blocks) is an eco-friendly material used to produce lightweight, heat-resistant, and durable building blocks. Developed in the 1920s by the Swedish, it is three times lighter than the ancient red bricks. AAC Blocks majorly consist of AIR (60%-85% by volume) and are produced by the method of autoclaving and high pressurised curing of aerated materials. AAC Blocks soon became one of the most used building materials in the construction industry around the world. These blocks are manufactured using Aluminium powder, fly ash, cement, lime and gypsum. The reaction of aluminium with lime, water and silica releases Hydrogen gas resulting in a porous structure of Calcium Silicate Hydrate which is cut and steam cured at high temperature (210 °C) and pressure (12Kg) for 10-12 hours. The resultant AAC blocks have a wide variety of commercial, industrial and residential applications. In comparison with normal clay bricks, AAC blocks stand superior in their properties and cost. Also, our AAC blocks are available in various sizes to meet all construction requirements. In addition to reducing the cost of plastering, these blocks are water-resistant and offer high strength over time. AAC blocks with their cellular structure can be easily cut with a carpenter’s saw, and driving nails can be done easily. With AAC blocks, weight reduction is the primary benefit for structural reasons, saving steel reinforcement in foundation up to 25% resulting in substantial savings of materials up to 10% thereby reducing the construction cost.

Light Weight :

Usuage of these lightweight cement bricks also known as AAC blocks reduces the overall dead weight of a structure, thereby allowing the construction of firmer and taller buildings.

Cost Saving :

Being 8 times the size of clay bricks, AAC wall construction requires 1/3rd of jointing mortar, saving up to 66% of the cost. Significantly saving up to 25% steel and 10% concrete.

Faster Construction :

AAC Blocks require a lesser number of joints, which results in saving time, jointing material and labour.

Workability :

AAC blocks can be easily carved, drilled, nailed, milled and shaped to fit individual requirements. They are 3-4 times lighter than traditional concrete, which leads to advantages in transportation and material handling.

Versatile :

AAC Blocks ensure a smooth and accurate masonry profile and are also used for renovation/alteration purposes.

Benefits :

Earthquake Resistance

The usage of AAC blocks reduces the overall dead weight of a structure. This reduces the impact of the earthquake on a building making AAC Blocks earthquake resistant.

Fire Resistance

Non-combustible nature of AAC blocks provides fire resistance depending on the thickness up to 16000 degree centigrade (°C). This offers fire resistance for about 2-6 hours.

Eco-Friendly

The manufacturing process emits no pollutants nor creates any by-products or toxic wastes. Manufacturing of AAC blocks is done from natural raw materials.

Energy Efficient

AAC Blocks is 100% Green Building Material is LEED R certified buildings. It requires the Least amount of energy and material per m3 of product. AAC uses fly ash up to 65% of its weight making it resource efficient.

Longer Durability

AAC blocks have longer life, high compressive strength and resistant to all weather conditions compared to other construction materials. These blocks are proven to be water damage free. Leading to Increased value for investment.

Water & Moisture Resistance

AAC structure doesn't allow capillary action that is impervious to water. AAC possesses excellent structural integrity, and moisture resistance, whether caused by wind, rain or standing water.

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Lightweight Aac Block

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Product Details:
Usage/ApplicationSide Walls
Size24 in x 8 in x 4 in
ColorGrey
ShapeRectangular
Resistance DurabilityFire Resistant, Water Resistant
Country of OriginMade in India

Description : Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) is a lightweight, precast, cellular concrete, eco-friendly building material, suitable for producing concrete masonry unit like blocks. It is composed of quartz sand, calcined gypsum, lime, portland cement, water and aluminum powder 
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Autoclaved Aerated Concrete

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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity1000 Piece
Size600 mm x 200 mm x 75 mm
Usage/ApplicationSide Walls
ColorGrey
ShapeCubical
DesignSolid
Resistance DurabilityHeat Resistant
Thickness3 mm
Country of OriginMade in India

We are engaged in offering a wide range of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete to our clients. Our range of all products is widely appreciated by our clients.
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Aac Lightweight Blocks

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Product Details:
Size600mm x 200mm x 200mm
Usage/ApplicationSide Walls
ColorRed
ShapeCubical
DesignHollow
Resistance DurabilityFire Resistant
Country of OriginMade in India

Both Bangur and UltraTech are reputable brands in the Indian cement industry. However, the choice between the two ultimately depends on your specific needs and preferences. Bangur cement is known for its high quality and strength, making it suitable for construction projects that require superior dur…
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Wall Side Aac Block

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Product Details:
Usage/ApplicationSide Walls
Size600mm x 200mm x 100mm (LxWxH)
ColorGrey
ShapeRectangular
DesignSolid
Compressive Strength4.5 N/mm2
Density650kg/Cum
Resistance DurabilityHeat Resistant, Water Resistant, Fire Resistant
Water Absorption10%
BrandShree Shakti

Description :

Shree Shakthi Aerated Autoclaved Concrete (AAC Blocks) is an eco-friendly material used to produce lightweight, heat-resistant, and durable building blocks. Developed in the 1920s by the Swedish, it is three times lighter than the ancient red bricks. AAC Blocks majorly consist of AIR (60%-85% by volume) and are produced by the method of autoclaving and high pressurised curing of aerated materials. AAC Blocks soon became one of the most used building materials in the construction industry around the world. These blocks are manufactured using Aluminium powder, fly ash, cement, lime and gypsum. The reaction of aluminium with lime, water and silica releases Hydrogen gas resulting in a porous structure of Calcium Silicate Hydrate which is cut and steam cured at high temperature (210 °C) and pressure (12Kg) for 10-12 hours. The resultant AAC blocks have a wide variety of commercial, industrial and residential applications. In comparison with normal clay bricks, AAC blocks stand superior in their properties and cost. Also, our AAC blocks are available in various sizes to meet all construction requirements. In addition to reducing the cost of plastering, these blocks are water-resistant and offer high strength over time. AAC blocks with their cellular structure can be easily cut with a carpenter’s saw, and driving nails can be done easily. With AAC blocks, weight reduction is the primary benefit for structural reasons, saving steel reinforcement in foundation up to 25% resulting in substantial savings of materials up to 10% thereby reducing the construction cost.

Light Weight :

Usuage of these lightweight cement bricks also known as AAC blocks reduces the overall dead weight of a structure, thereby allowing the construction of firmer and taller buildings.

Cost Saving :

Being 8 times the size of clay bricks, AAC wall construction requires 1/3rd of jointing mortar, saving up to 66% of the cost. Significantly saving up to 25% steel and 10% concrete.

Faster Construction :

AAC Blocks require a lesser number of joints, which results in saving time, jointing material and labour.

Workability :

AAC blocks can be easily carved, drilled, nailed, milled and shaped to fit individual requirements. They are 3-4 times lighter than traditional concrete, which leads to advantages in transportation and material handling.

Versatile :

AAC Blocks ensure a smooth and accurate masonry profile and are also used for renovation/alteration purposes.

Benefits :

Earthquake Resistance

The usage of AAC blocks reduces the overall dead weight of a structure. This reduces the impact of the earthquake on a building making AAC Blocks earthquake resistant.

Fire Resistance

Non-combustible nature of AAC blocks provides fire resistance depending on the thickness up to 16000 degree centigrade (°C). This offers fire resistance for about 2-6 hours.

Eco-Friendly

The manufacturing process emits no pollutants nor creates any by-products or toxic wastes. Manufacturing of AAC blocks is done from natural raw materials.

Energy Efficient

AAC Blocks is 100% Green Building Material is LEED R certified buildings. It requires the Least amount of energy and material per m3 of product. AAC uses fly ash up to 65% of its weight making it resource efficient.

Longer Durability

AAC blocks have longer life, high compressive strength and resistant to all weather conditions compared to other construction materials. These blocks are proven to be water damage free. Leading to Increased value for investment.

Water & Moisture Resistance

AAC structure doesn't allow capillary action that is impervious to water. AAC possesses excellent structural integrity, and moisture resistance, whether caused by wind, rain or standing water.

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Light Weight Bricks

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Product Details:
Size24 in x 8 in x 4 in
Usage/ApplicationSide Walls
MaterialCement
ColorGrey
ShapeRectangular
Resistance DurabilityHeat Resistant, Fire Resistant, Water Resistant
Eco FriendlyYes
Country of OriginMade in India

Description :

Aerated Autoclaved Concrete (AAC Blocks) is an eco-friendly material used to produce lightweight, heat-resistant, and durable building blocks. Developed in the 1920s by the Swedish, it is three times lighter than the ancient red bricks. AAC Blocks majorly consist of AIR (60%-85% by volume) and are produced by the method of autoclaving and high pressurised curing of aerated materials. AAC Blocks soon became one of the most used building materials in the construction industry around the world. These blocks are manufactured using Aluminium powder, fly ash, cement, lime and gypsum. The reaction of aluminium with lime, water and silica releases Hydrogen gas resulting in a porous structure of Calcium Silicate Hydrate which is cut and steam cured at high temperature (210 °C) and pressure (12Kg) for 10-12 hours. The resultant AAC blocks have a wide variety of commercial, industrial and residential applications. In comparison with normal clay bricks, AAC blocks stand superior in their properties and cost. Also, our AAC blocks are available in various sizes to meet all construction requirements. In addition to reducing the cost of plastering, these blocks are water-resistant and offer high strength over time. AAC blocks with their cellular structure can be easily cut with a carpenter’s saw, and driving nails can be done easily. With AAC blocks, weight reduction is the primary benefit for structural reasons, saving steel reinforcement in foundation up to 25% resulting in substantial savings of materials up to 10% thereby reducing the construction cost.

Light Weight :

Usuage of these lightweight cement bricks also known as AAC blocks reduces the overall dead weight of a structure, thereby allowing the construction of firmer and taller buildings.

Cost Saving :

Being 8 times the size of clay bricks, AAC wall construction requires 1/3rd of jointing mortar, saving up to 66% of the cost. Significantly saving up to 25% steel and 10% concrete.

Faster Construction :

AAC Blocks require a lesser number of joints, which results in saving time, jointing material and labour.

Workability :

AAC blocks can be easily carved, drilled, nailed, milled and shaped to fit individual requirements. They are 3-4 times lighter than traditional concrete, which leads to advantages in transportation and material handling.

Versatile :

AAC Blocks ensure a smooth and accurate masonry profile and are also used for renovation/alteration purposes.

Benefits :

Earthquake Resistance

The usage of AAC blocks reduces the overall dead weight of a structure. This reduces the impact of the earthquake on a building making AAC Blocks earthquake resistant.

Fire Resistance

Non-combustible nature of AAC blocks provides fire resistance depending on the thickness up to 16000 degree centigrade (°C). This offers fire resistance for about 2-6 hours.

Eco-Friendly

The manufacturing process emits no pollutants nor creates any by-products or toxic wastes. Manufacturing of AAC blocks is done from natural raw materials.

Energy Efficient

AAC Blocks is 100% Green Building Material is LEED R certified buildings. It requires the Least amount of energy and material per m3 of product. AAC uses fly ash up to 65% of its weight making it resource efficient.

Longer Durability

AAC blocks have longer life, high compressive strength and resistant to all weather conditions compared to other construction materials. These blocks are proven to be water damage free. Leading to Increased value for investment.

Water & Moisture Resistance

AAC structure doesn't allow capillary action that is impervious to water. AAC possesses excellent structural integrity, and moisture resistance, whether caused by wind, rain or standing water.

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Eco Friendly Brick

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Eco Friendly Brick
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  • Eco Friendly Brick
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Approx. Rs 39 / PieceGet Latest Price

Product Details:
Usage/ApplicationPartition Walls
Size12 in x 4 in x 2 in
ColorGrey
ShapeRectangular
Resistance DurabilityHeat Resistant, Fire Resistant, Water Resistant
Eco FriendlyYes
Country of OriginMade in India

Description :

Aerated Autoclaved Concrete (AAC Blocks) is an eco-friendly material used to produce lightweight, heat-resistant, and durable building blocks. Developed in the 1920s by the Swedish, it is three times lighter than the ancient red bricks. AAC Blocks majorly consist of AIR (60%-85% by volume) and are produced by the method of autoclaving and high pressurised curing of aerated materials. AAC Blocks soon became one of the most used building materials in the construction industry around the world. These blocks are manufactured using Aluminium powder, fly ash, cement, lime and gypsum. The reaction of aluminium with lime, water and silica releases Hydrogen gas resulting in a porous structure of Calcium Silicate Hydrate which is cut and steam cured at high temperature (210 °C) and pressure (12Kg) for 10-12 hours. The resultant AAC blocks have a wide variety of commercial, industrial and residential applications. In comparison with normal clay bricks, AAC blocks stand superior in their properties and cost. Also, our AAC blocks are available in various sizes to meet all construction requirements. In addition to reducing the cost of plastering, these blocks are water-resistant and offer high strength over time. AAC blocks with their cellular structure can be easily cut with a carpenter’s saw, and driving nails can be done easily. With AAC blocks, weight reduction is the primary benefit for structural reasons, saving steel reinforcement in foundation up to 25% resulting in substantial savings of materials up to 10% thereby reducing the construction cost.

Light Weight :

Usuage of these lightweight cement bricks also known as AAC blocks reduces the overall dead weight of a structure, thereby allowing the construction of firmer and taller buildings.

Cost Saving :

Being 8 times the size of clay bricks, AAC wall construction requires 1/3rd of jointing mortar, saving up to 66% of the cost. Significantly saving up to 25% steel and 10% concrete.

Faster Construction :

AAC Blocks require a lesser number of joints, which results in saving time, jointing material and labour.

Workability :

AAC blocks can be easily carved, drilled, nailed, milled and shaped to fit individual requirements. They are 3-4 times lighter than traditional concrete, which leads to advantages in transportation and material handling.

Versatile :

AAC Blocks ensure a smooth and accurate masonry profile and are also used for renovation/alteration purposes.

Benefits :

Earthquake Resistance

The usage of AAC blocks reduces the overall dead weight of a structure. This reduces the impact of the earthquake on a building making AAC Blocks earthquake resistant.

Fire Resistance

Non-combustible nature of AAC blocks provides fire resistance depending on the thickness up to 16000 degree centigrade (°C). This offers fire resistance for about 2-6 hours.

Eco-Friendly

The manufacturing process emits no pollutants nor creates any by-products or toxic wastes. Manufacturing of AAC blocks is done from natural raw materials.

Energy Efficient

AAC Blocks is 100% Green Building Material is LEED R certified buildings. It requires the Least amount of energy and material per m3 of product. AAC uses fly ash up to 65% of its weight making it resource efficient.

Longer Durability

AAC blocks have longer life, high compressive strength and resistant to all weather conditions compared to other construction materials. These blocks are proven to be water damage free. Leading to Increased value for investment.

Water & Moisture Resistance

AAC structure doesn't allow capillary action that is impervious to water. AAC possesses excellent structural integrity, and moisture resistance, whether caused by wind, rain or standing water.

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