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CLC is also called Cellular lightweight concrete or foam concrete. It is used in concrete or foam concrete. It is used in construction, as an alternative to the red clay bricks. Click here for more details...
It is made up of
1) Fly ash /sand
2) Cement(OPC 53 grade)
3) Foaming agent(Protein based)
4) Water
There are four models of clc machinery based on production capacity. Request for details mail us:sales@iyantra.com or Click here to visit us
The full working model under R & D will update shortly.
It depends upon production capacity & Quality of the machine.
CSM 1 - For onsite usage of low production.
CSM 2 - For moderate bulk production - commercial production
CSM 3 - AAC upgradable plant to
CSM 4 - Instantly automatic CLC batching
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It depends upon the plant capacity, a detailed layout can be provided on request.
It depends upon the production capacity & machinery model.
A minimum of 0.5 Acre to 2 Acres based upon production capacity.
Plant capacity varies from capacity model to model. Minimum of 10 - 100 m3/day can be produced, Invest varies from model to model(a minimum of 25 Lakhs.)
It depends upon location and raw material costing. It is usually 1700 - 2000 Rs/m3 including labour/Electricity/Misc
It varies from place to place. This usually 3000 - 3600/m3
Yes. You can test them on any recognized testing agency on UTM (Universal Testing Machine). Click here for more details...
It has various applications but mostly used for Blocks, void fillings, Insulation etc.
We supply industrial standard machinery with special quality checks at every point and also we use the highest quality raw material, ensuring robustness and durability.
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...
Both are lightweight blocks used in construction which is alternative to the red clay bricks. The major difference between AAC & CLC is in the manufacturing process. Click here for more details...
CLC is large in dimensions with extremely lightweight with dimensions of 800 - 850 Kg/m3. Click here for more details...
Will sending a demo project report on request.
Iyantra has a special policy for plant visits. We will be updating the policy details before plant visit.
A minimum of 0.5 Acre to 2 Acres based upon production capacity.
It varies from place to place. This usually 3000 - 3600/m3
CLC is also called Cellular lightweight concrete or foam concrete. It is used in concrete or foam concrete. It is used in construction, as an alternative to the red clay bricks. Click here for more details...
It is made up of
1) Fly ash /sand
2) Cement(OPC 53 grade)
3) Foaming agent(Protein based)
4) Water
CSM 1 - For onsite usage of low production.
CSM 2 - For moderate bulk production - commercial production
CSM 3 - AAC upgradable plant to
CSM 4 - Instantly automatic CLC batching
Click here for more details...
It depends upon location and raw material costing. It is usually 1700 - 2000 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). Click here for more details...
It has various applications but mostly used for Blocks, void fillings, Insulation etc.
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 which is alternative to the red clay bricks. The major difference between AAC & CLC is in the manufacturing process. Click here for more details...
CLC is large in dimensions with extremely lightweight with dimensions of 800 - 850 Kg/m3. Click here for more details...