Cellular lightweight concrete (CLC) block is a type of construction material that is used for the construction of walls. clc blocks are made from a mixture of cement, fly ash, water, and foaming agents. The blocks are more durable and stronger than conventional red bricks.
The main purpose of using CLC is to reduce the weight and cost of construction projects. The density of these blocks is 20% to 25% lower than normal concrete. This allows for thinner slabs and less-dense foundations that can be supported by a smaller number of beams and columns.
Its production process is eco-friendly and has low carbon footprint. It also helps in reducing the amount of solid waste that needs to be disposed of.
Compared to clay bricks, clc blocks are lighter in weight and thus easier to handle. This saves labor costs and improves the speed of construction.
In addition, it is more cost-effective to use CLC because of its reduced need for rebar and cement. It also has high strength and durability, which makes it an ideal building material for both commercial and residential construction.
It has a higher fire resistance rating than ordinary concrete. This can reduce the amount of fire protection required by structural components and thereby save money on insurance premiums.
The block is produced with Coisoimper machines that are used to entirely customize the production process based on space, costs, quantity, size and density. This allows for a smooth production and minimizes the risks of human error.
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