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AAC FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

AAC is also called Aerated Autoclaved Concrete. It is made up of sand/fly ash/Lime/Gypsum/Aluminum powder/foaming agent. And it is used an alternative to the Red clay bricks/Convention bricks. Click here for more details...
There are models of aac machinery based on production capacity.Ranges from 25 m3 to 150 m3/day. Click here for more details...
ALM 25 - Low cost low pressure steam curing system.
ALM 50 - Low cost low pressure steam curing system with the capacity of 503/day.
ASM 50 - Semi automatic batching system with standard autoclave having production capacity of 503/day.
ASM 100 - Fully automatic batching system with waste recovery system, standard autoclaves having production capacity of 1003/day.
ASM 150 - Fully automatic batching system with waste recovery system, standard autoclaves having production capacity of 1503/day. Click here for more details...
It is light weight fly ash block alternative to redclay bricks with densities varing from 550-750 kg/m3. Click here for more details...
Two types of curings
1. Standard autoclaving at 180-200℃ /12-13 kg pressure for 8 hrs.
2. Low-pressure steam curing in a steam chamber at 100-110℃ /1-2 kg pressure for 10-12 hrs.
Boiler, Auto clave for standard process or steam chamber for the low cost.
We recommend to 10-20 days old block for testing.
500(L) x 200(H) x 100(T) = 100 No's
500(L) x 200(H) x 150(T) = 67 No's
500(L) x 200(H) x 200(T) = 50 No's. Click here for more details...
It depends upon the production capacity and detailed layout can be provided up on request. Click here for more details...
A minimum of 1 Acre and it varies based upon production capacity. Click here for more details...
Plant capacity varies from capacity model to model. Minimum of 25-150 m3/day can be produced. The production cost varies according to the production and site conditions(minimum 1 to 1.2 Cr investment required.) Click here for more details...
It depends up on location and raw material costing. It is usually 1700 - 1900 Rs/m3 including labour/Electricity/Misc Click here for more details...
The price of the AAC Block will be in between 3000-3600/m3.
Yes. You can test them any recognized agency on UTM (Universal Testing Machine). Click here for more details...
It has various applications but mostly used for block/panel.
1. Low-pressure curing system
The strength will 2.8 N/m2-3.6 N/m2 and it depends upon the density of the block.
2. In standard autoclave
The strength will 4 N/m2-5.5 N/m2 and it depends upon the density of the block.
600x200x100/150/200 mm
500x200x100/150/200 mm
400x200x100/150/200 mm Click here for more details...
Both are lightweight blocks used in construction. The major difference between AAC & CLC blocks is in the manufacturing process, where AAC blocks will be ready in 24 hrs and CLC blocks will take around 20-28 days for curing. Click here for more details...
AAC is large in dimensions, extremely lightweight with dimensions of 800 - 850 Kg/m3 housing forced other. Click here for more details...
We will send demo project reports for all the models upon request.
Iyantra has a special policy for plant visits. We will be updating the policy details before plant visit.
AAC is also called Aerated Autoclaved Concrete. It is made up of sand/fly ash/Lime/Gypsum/Aluminum powder/foaming agent. And it is used as an alternative to the Red clay bricks/Convention bricks. Click here for more details...
There are models of aac machinery based on production capacity. Ranges from 25 m3 to 150 m3/day. Click here for more details...
ALM 25 - Low-cost low-pressure steam curing system.
ALM 50 - The Low-cost low-pressure steam curing system with the capacity of 503/day.
ASM 50 - the Semi-automatic batching system with standard autoclave having the production capacity of 503/day.
ASM 100 - Fully automatic batching system with waste recovery system, standard autoclaves having the production capacity of 1003/day.
ASM 150 - Fully automatic batching system with waste recovery system, standard autoclaves having the production capacity of 1503/day. Click here for more details...
It is lightweight fly ash block alternative to red clay bricks with densities varying from 550-750 kg/m3.
Two types of curings
1. Standard autoclaving at 180-200℃ /12-13 kg pressure for 8 hrs.
2. Low-pressure steam curing in a steam chamber at 100-110℃ /1-2 kg pressure for 10-12 hrs.
Boiler, Autoclave for standard process or steam chamber for the low cost.
We recommend to 10-20 days old block for testing.
500(L) x 200(H) x 100(T) = 100 No's
500(L) x 200(H) x 150(T) = 67 No's
500(L) x 200(H) x 200(T) = 50 No's
It depends upon the production capacity and detailed layout can be provided upon request.
A minimum of 1 Acre based upon production capacity.
Plant capacity varies from capacity model to model. Minimum of 25-150 m3 1 day can be produced.
It depends upon location and raw material costing. It is usually 1700 - 1900 Rs/m3 including labour/Electricity/Misc
It varies from place to place. This usually 3000 - 3600/m3
Yes. You can test them any recognized agency on UTM (Universal Testing Machine).
It has various applications but mostly used for block/panel.
1. Low-pressure curing system
The strength will 2.8 N/m2-3.6 N/m2 and it depends upon the density of the block.
2. In standard autoclave
The strength will 4 N/m2-5.5 N/m2 and it depends upon the density of the block.
Both are lightweight blocks used in construction. The major difference between AAC & CLC blocks is in the manufacturing process, where AAC blocks will be ready in 24 hrs and CLC blocks will take around 20-28 days for curing.
AAC is large in dimensions, extremely lightweight with dimensions of 800 - 850 Kg/m3 housing forced other For more