Besides being lightweight and environmentally friendly, CLC blocks are also good for sound insulation. They are ideal for partition walls. They keep rooms warm in winter and cool in summer. They are also very easy to maintain. They reduce the need for plywood partitions. Moreover, they can be used for roofing, waterproofing, and construction of low-cost housing.
The manufacturing process of CLC blocks is different from that of AAC. AAC is made by adding fly ash, lime, and cement to a mixture of water and sand. AAC blocks are stronger than other materials, but have less strength than CLC.
CLC is a type of light-weight concrete. It is produced by mixing a slurry of fly ash and cement with foaming agent. The resulting slurry is then poured into a brick mould. The slurry is then allowed to set up for up to 18 to 24 hours.
When it comes to the strength of CLC blocks, the density plays a major role. The minimum density for CLC is 800 Kg/m3. It can be higher, but the block will be lighter. The strength of the block depends on the density and curing conditions. The more dense the material is, the lower the strength will be.
If you're looking for lightweight blocks, choose the type that's right for your needs and budget. You can customize the production process to suit your needs and preferences.
CLC water curing plant is an excellent choice for the construction industry. It produces blocks with high tensile strength and is non-corrosive. It's also known for its seamless finish.
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