Autoclaved aerated concrete


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Autoclaved aerated concrete

Masonry building material made of Portland cement, sand, and water in an autoclaving process heated under pressure; results in the production of air pockets in the material, making it less dense and better insulating.

autoclaved aerated concrete

A lightweight concrete usually made by adding aluminum powder or calcium carbide to concrete mortar which is subject to autoclave curing.
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Don Perkins, SE Sales Manager for Babb International introduced forum attendees to autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC), a building material made from fly ash, cement, lime, aluminum powder, and water.
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