WallEx AAC blocks are premium, adaptable building products that can be made into individual blocks, megablocks, or panels. They have a history of dependability in every climate zone. They are environmentally friendly wall-building materials of choice today and in the future in many nations across the world. WallEx AAC blocks are frequently the first choice because of their light weight & incredibly easy handling. Because they use natural and, to a significant part, local raw materials in their production, they have excellent eco-balance. Neither during production nor during processing are they harmful. They are also recyclable.
- Dimensional stability
- Energy- Efficient
- Reduces wastage.
- Long lasting
- Water and air resistant
SKUs: 4inch, 6inch, 8inch, 9inch, 12inch
Benefit & advantages
- Suitable for infill masonry wall construction in multi storied structures as well as for normal constructions as a replacement to conventional bricks and blocks.
- Excellent for partition wall and fast track construction needs.
|Size (L X H X T)||600 x 200 x (75 to 225) mm|
|Precision in Size||1.5 mm (+/-)|
|Compressive Strength||3.5 N/mm2 & above (as per IS: 2185)|
|Dry Density||751 - 851 Kg/m3 (oven dry)|
|Fire Resistance||02 to 06 hours (Depending upon thickness)|
|Sound Insulation Index|| |
45db for 200 mm thick wall
|Thermal Conductivity||0.24 (w / k-m)|
- Surface wetting of blocks is required just before use. For wetting, you can dip the blocks in a water bucket for a few seconds.
- You can use other methods depending upon site condition & convenience. For each method, we need to understand the purpose of wetting.
- Column should be straight enough and have sufficient strength. Straightness between columns to column must be correct.
- Structural Beam should be given proper time to settle and cure.
- Hacking of column provides a positive key for jointing mortar. Hacking should be done just after the construction of column otherwise on later stages, it becomes difficult to provide hacking as it gains complete strength.
- It is recommended to provide 15-20 mm space in between beam and uppermost course.
- Fill this gap using suitable flexible backing rods & lean mortar/resilient material paste.
- The backing rods should be installed leaving 10 mm gaps for both sides so the lean mortar/resilient material paste can be applied within those gaps.
Ans: Wallex AAC blocks are high-quality, versatile building materials which can be produced as blocks, megablocks or panels.
Ans: Yes. AAC blocks weigh around 80% less than conventional bricks, which reduces the need for cement and steel and lowers expenses. They are more environmentally friendly than bricks and provide greater durability as well as increased sound and heat insulation.
Ans: Yes. AAC blocks are superb in terms of accuracy, toughness, and flexibility. They also offer low breaking characteristics. These thin blocks have excellent insulating qualities for dwellings in a variety of climates.