Autoclaved Aerated Concrete - AAC Blocks

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AAC blocks vs Clay Bricks
AAC Blocks
Clay Bricks
Soil Consumption
Uses fly ash which is a thermal power plant waste product & thus no consumption of top soil
One sq ft of carpet area with clay brick walling will consume 25.5 kg of top soil
Fuel Consumption
One sq ft of carpet area with AAC blocks will consume 1 kg of coal
One sq ft of carpet area with clay bricks will consume 8 kg of coal
CO2 Emission
One sq ft of carpet area will emit 2.2 kg of CO2
One sq ft of carpet area will emit 17.6 kg of CO2
Organized sector with proper HR practices
Unorganized sector with rampant use of child labour
Production Facility
State-of-the-art factory facility
Unhealthy working conditions due to toxic gases
Tax Contribution
Contributes to government taxes in form of Central Excise, VAT and Octroi
Does not contribute to government exchequer
625 mm x 240 mm x 100-300 mm
225 mm x 100 mm x 65 mm
Variation in Size
1.5 mm (+/-)
5 mm (+/-)
Compressive Strength
3.5-4 N/m2
2.5-3 N/m2
Dry Density
550-700 kg/m3
1800 kg/ m3
Fire Resistance (8" wall)
Up to 7 hours
Around 2 hours
Cost Benefit
Reduction in dead weight leading to savings in steel and concrete
Energy Saving
Approximately 30% for heating and cooling
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