Dubai Big 5 Exhibition

Green building, green future! Our company attend the The Big 5 Exhibition in Dubai and connect face to face with the entire construction community safely at Dubai World Trade Centre from 12 – 15 September 2021.


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AAC/ALC/AALC(autoclaved aerated concrete light material ), unlike traditional concrete masonry units (“CMU”), is a solid panel /material system with integrated insulation and structural components, and is available in a variety of products that can be used in both load and non-load-bearing applications. Complete load bearing applications, however, are limited to low-rise construction, though cladding and large panels are available to take advantage of AAC/ALC/AALC’s insulative, fire proofing, and other benefits on mid- and high-rise projects. Additionally, the large wall, floor, and roof panels, measuring up to 10 feet long, 2 feet wide, and in various thicknesses, are also used in load-bearing capacities and are common in commercial and industrial applications. AAC/ALC/AALC Panels, also called “units” are stacked using thin-set mortar, as opposed to the traditional cement-based mortar used in CMU construction.

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The AAC Building

Autoclaved Aerated Concrete is nowadays the most suitable building material for sustainable construction. The extensive product portfolio and outstanding material characteristics create the perfect foundation for modular, fast and eco-friendly building solutions which outperform traditional building materials.

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AAC Building

Manufacturing a complete AAC building solution is a next step towards your market expansion. Beyond the existing AAC blocks commodity market, there is a growing worldwide demand for integrated panel-based building solutions.



AAC or AALC Panel

AALC Panel – Autoclaved Aerated Lightweight Concrete Panel is the next generation Versatile Green Building Material of choice for building community, which comes with a lot of Technical and Functional Advantages that trigger a love for this material among the construction professionals and workers.  The material is suitable and proved to be an excellent building material for constructions such as residential, commercial,  industrial and warehouse buildings, hotels, schools and hospitals, etc., in any terrain and all climatic conditions. It is used for both external and walls, load bearing or non-load bearing walls, basement walls, infill walls to framed structures, party walls, fire break walls, etc.   It is also used as a precast floor / roof.

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Why choose AAC for home construction ?

One important reason owners choose AAC for home construction is to save money on energy. Professionals refer to it as “structural insulation,” and claims that an 8-inch-thick AAC wall is more energy efficient than a 6-inch stud wall with R-19 insulation. The energy efficiency of a building product is determined by its R-value, thermal efficiency, and the effect of thermal mass. The R-value of a material is a measure of its resistance to conductive heat transfer, which is the energy that moves from molecule to molecule. The R-value of a typical 8-inch-thick AAC wall is R-10; a 10-inch wall is R-12.5, and a 12-inch wall is R-15.


But the R-value of AAC is only one of the ways it saves energy. As with a concrete wall, the mass of an AAC wall stores thermal energy when the ambient temperature is higher than the wall temperature. That energy is released when the ambient temperature drops below the wall temperature. This moderating effect can result in significant savings, especially in climates where temperatures vary widely during a 24-hour period. And, in a typical wood frame house, exterior air moving through the wall can account for up to 30% of the heating or cooling costs.Professionals says that they had the air-leakage rate of an AAC wall assembly tested, resulting in a leakage rate of 0.002 ft 3/min/ft2 at an air pressure of 1.57 lbs/ft2, which is significantly lower than for gypsum wallboard. Air infiltration around windows and doors can also be a significant factor in the thermal efficiency of a home.

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APAC is expected to account for the largest AAC market share during the forecast period

Autoclaved aerated concrete, also known as autoclaved cellular concrete (ACC) and autoclaved lightweight concrete (ALC), is a precast building material which is thermally insulating, easily shaped, highly workable, fire resistant, acoustically insulating, water and mold resistant, and can be used in both   and non-structural applications. It is an ultra-light concrete masonry product offering superior workability, durability, and flexibility. AAC consists of basic materials such as sand, cement, fly ash, lime, aluminum powder paste, gypsum, and water. The chemical reaction between aluminum paste and alkaline elements in the cement provides AAC with lightness, distinct porous structure, and insulation properties which are completely different from other lightweight concrete materials.

AAC market

The APAC AAC industry is segmented as China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia, and Rest of APAC. APAC is projected to continue its dominance over the market until 2025. Increasing population and urbanization in the region are the primary reasons for the growth of the AAC market in the region. China’s emergence as a global manufacturing hub has increased the demand for blocks. Cheap labor and easy availability of raw materials boost the production of these materials in the region.



AAC Panels are reinforced, and are designed for floors and walls in multi-residential, commercial, residential (domestic) and industrial construction.


  • Non-loadbearing external wall panels, generally panels are fixed to a reinforced concrete structural frame.
  • Internal wall panels – party walls / risers / shaft walls.


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  • Non-loadbearing external wall panels.


  • External cladding for loadbearing wall panels, limited to 2 storey construction;
  • Roof panels;
  • Floor panels


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  • Non-loadbearing wall panels, larger panels spanning vertically can be successfully incorporated

into industrial wall applications.

  • Mezzanine doors
  • Ceiling panels – fire exits.

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Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Market- Regional Insight and Global Forecast to 2025

The global autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) market size is projected to grow from USD 18.8 billion in 2020 to USD 25.2 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 6.0%, during the forecast period. The increasing urbanization & industrialization, growth in the infrastructure sector, rising demand for lightweight construction materials, growing preferences for low-cost houses, and an ever-increasing focus on green & soundproof buildings are driving the AAC industry growth.


Asia-Pacific was holding the largest market share of autoclaved aerated concrete market, in 2017 and is anticipated to dominate the market, throughout the forecast period. Further, Asia-Pacific’s autoclaved aerated concrete market is anticipated to grow at a significant rate and register the highest CAGR, during the forecast period. Increasing disposable incomes, increased affordability of innovative, green projects, and rising environment-related awareness are the factors contributing towards the growth of Asia-Pacific’s autoclaved aerated concrete market. Emerging economies such as China and India are consuming a high volume of AAC products, majorly attributed to the growing population and rapid rate of urbanization is leading to an increase in the number of building construction projects. Europe was the second largest market for autoclaved aerated concrete, in 2017 and is anticipated to maintain its position throughout the forecast period. The European autoclaved aerated concrete market is expected to witness moderate growth over the forecast period. The major factor driving the growth of AAC market in this region is the growing demand for light weight and green building construction.

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The AAC Building System

AAC prefab Wall Panels are a perfect solution to construct large scale commercial and industrial buildings. They also pioneer the building materials market when it comes to practical and durable construction. From giant distribution centers to new shopping malls, AAC walls protect valuable goods due to their outstanding strength and low heat absorption. Therefore, the panels are also a proven firewall solution, superior to any alternative building material.

Low-cost housing can only be achieved by the use of effective planning and projectmanagemetww cost materials,economical construction fechlction methoexactly what AAC
Building, System offers .The AAC System is complettandardized with Super Smooth blocks and panels to allow for the optimization of increaseeed,re- -duced complexity and optimized cost for a construc- tion project.


Durable and resistant, AAC blocks provide excellent thermal and acoustic insulation, structure and fire protection in one lightweight product.

Lintels & U-Blocks

AAC lintels are special load- bearing reinforced products. They serve as beams to support the weight of the wall (live, dead and wind) over window or door openings.

Cladding Panels

AAC cladding panels are unique AAC products for farade applications. The product is extremely light and can be as thin as 35mm. They are suitable to be directly applied on exterior of any building.

Floor Panels

AAC floor/roof panels are load-bearing elements used in residential and commercial constructions.


Wall and partition panels are the main elements of aac Building System for fast and cost effective building requirements.

Application and Advantages of AAC

Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) is widely used in Australia, Japan and Europe in reinforced concrete/steel structures and constructing masonry buildings due to its advantages such as lightweight, good insulation and high quality. These advantages of the material can be combined with reinforcing elements to create an added value product of structural panel with load carrying capability. Current use of engineered reinforced AAC panels are limited to partition walls with little emphasis on using them as structural elements.

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Panels & Blocks is one of the most popular choice for low-rise building systems worldwide. Clay bricks, AAC blocks and pumice blocks are the commonly used engineered construction material for masonry. AAC has some unique material properties such as being light weight, good insulation, airtightness and fire resistance. In Europe, approximately 60% of the new building constructions uses different types of AAC elements. Among these materials, AAC, when produced with reinforcement as panel elements, can offer a comprehensive precast construction alternative for low-rise buildings. Reinforced AAC panels, produced with a length of 60 cm up to 6 m height and desired thickness are usually used in the housing industry as partition walls.

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On the other hand, they can be used to construct load bearing walls by placing desired number of them side by side. Additional longitudinal reinforcing bars are placed at the ends of each panel and the gaps around the reinforcement are filled with grout. Hence, AAC panel construction can increase the speed of erection compared to classical brick masonry while allowing to design the reinforcement for a target failure mode. In addition, reinforced AAC vertical panel building systems have additional advantages in seismic zones such as less building weight resulting in smaller lateral (inertial) forces, better ductility due to the presence of reinforcement.

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