Foamed Concrete is a type of lightweight concrete which is produced by introducing air or nitrogen, carbon dioxide and oxygen into the slurry of concrete to form a stable foam. The resultant slurry of foam concrete is generally 25% lighter than ordinary concrete and can be used to increase the load-bearing capacity of steel components in construction projects.
Cellular Lightweight Concrete (CLC) blocks are advanced concrete blocks that offer many benefits compared to conventional red bricks. They are a great alternative to clay bricks and offer better sound insulation and heat insulating properties.
THTFA-3 concrete foaming agent is high in concentration and easily incorporated into any mortar mix to make lightweight foamed concrete. The resulting foam has 5 - 20% more strength and thermal insulation properties than normal concrete.
CLC blocks are also eco friendly as they use fly ash and other industrial wastes in their production, which are beneficial to the environment by not releasing harmful effluents into ground water or the atmosphere. This makes them ideal for construction companies that work in rural areas or serve small communities.
Cost Savings: Reduced Construction Cost and Transportation Expense is one of the biggest benefits of using clc blocks in construction. This is because they require less aggregates, which decreases the cost of building material.
Reduced Installation Time: Because of their lightweight, they require minimal energy for installation. This translates into significant savings for the homebuilder and homeowner alike.
If you’re looking for a reliable way to reduce your construction costs and time, you should consider using CLC blocks in your next project. These lightweight concrete blocks can be easily installed and are more durable than traditional bricks. They are also more environmentally friendly than other types of building materials.
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