Products & Applications
Autoclaved aerated concrete
AAC stands for highly efficient thermal insulation, optimal fire protection, and masonry with excellent load-bearing abilities. Lime, sand, cement, and water – mineral and natural raw materials – form the main ingredients of AAC. A large amount of closed cells with stagnant air give the panels and blocks unique properties and processing advantages. This allows to build fast, flexible and affordable. and the products can therefore be used in a diverse range of applications for both new construction and renovation projects.
Large-format prefabricated AAC panels are used in large-scale business construction projects, such as logistics centers, warehouses, and production facilities, as well as event centers and sports halls.
For house construction, commercial and industrial buildings
AAC is not only used to construct inner leaves of cavity walls and partitioning walls but also internal, external and fire walls in both load-bearing and non load-bearing designs. AAC therefore is known as being efficient for both house construction and for commercial and industrial buildings.
High construction speed
In addition to its versatility, AAC blocks or panels are characterised by its ease of working and construction. This results in a relatively high construction speed which can deliver cost savings, particularly in high-volume projects.
The material and product properties make AAC suitable for both new-build projects and for renovation works. The light weight and the ease of construction especially play an important role in the field of renovation.
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EAACA response to the inception impact assessment on revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (2010/31/EU)
The European Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Association (EAACA) welcomes the European Commission’s initiative to enhance the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and would like to thank
EAACA, on behalf of its members, has written to European Union officials regarding the Construction Products Regulation (CPR). „The European Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Association (EAACA)