Aerated Autoclaved is a technology developed in the mid-1920s by the Swedes. The aerating is caused by a reaction of a mix of various materials mainly consisting of silica (through fly-ash), quicklime, cement and others. AAC Blocks/ Fly Ash Blocks consist of around 80% air, this aerated material is processed through autoclaving which entails high pressurised curing of aerated materials formed in cellular shapes, which are known as AAC elements.
These elements can be further classified into blocks, wall/floor/roof panels and lintels. The AAC Blocks/ Fly Ash Blocks are used as a substitute for the conventional building masonry and have been widely accepted globally because of their beneficial properties such as lightweight, thermal and sound insulation, mould resistance and other benefits which ease the process of construction. Not only that, but these precast building elements are environment-friendly as their processing hardly causes pollution and also boasts the consumption of fly ash which is waste material. AAC Blocks/ Fly Ash Blocks are being used throughout industrial, commercial and residential structures for different applications such as external and internal walls, roofs, other partitions and divisions.
Quantity of Blocks
Cubic Meters Required
|L x H x W||100 Sq. Mtr.||100 Sq. Ft||1. CBM||For 100 Sq. Mtr.||For 100 Sq. Ft.|
1) All results are rounded off to 2 decimal places.
2) The quantity ascertained is without the consideration of wastage, thickness of Mortar/Jointing adhesive and coping.
3) Calculations of only standard sizes are given, for the rest of the sizes kindly view our website or contact our company executive.
4) Ascolite Fly Ash Blocks (Aerated Autoclaved) are ISI marked as per licence no. CM/L 7200015285. For details visit BIS website.