Cellular Lightweight concrete bricks are produced by adding millions of micro-sized air bubbles into a cement based mixture. The addition of millions of air bubbles is achieved by using a Proprietary foam generator to produce highly stable and injecting the foam directly into a concrete mixer containing a cement/ fly ash / water slurry.
The amount of cement,water fly-Ash and foam included in the light weight cellular concrete mix design depends on the required properties (i.e. strength, thermal conductivity or durability). Also, depending on the required CLC density and variance, an appropriate mixer is selected.
The hardened material consists of small-enclosed air bubbles thereby resulting in all light weight stable cellular material with densities ranging from as low 300kg/ m3 to 1800kg/ m3. The Hardened material consists of small enclosed air bubbles thereby resulting in a lightweight stable cellular material with densities ranging from as low 300kg/ M3 to 1800kg/ M3.
Good curing gives strength and dimensional stability to bricks. Bricks are cured either by air curing or high pressure steam curing procedure. Because of great-Engineered properties, cellular light weight bricks have become popular in wide range of applications in construction sector.
High Thermal Insulation:
Good Sound insulation:
Reduction of dead load:
Fire Protection :