Aerocon Blocks – the new Green Generation Blocks | Sustainable Building Material





Aerocon Blocks | Green Building Materials

Aerocon Blocks are an innovative product in the green building revolution. Aerocon blocks are the new blocks in walling materials, substituting conventional and environmentally unsustainable materials like clay bricks, concrete and Hollow blocks.

Aerocon blocks are an Autoclaved Aerated concrete blocks used in the construction of walls. The raw materials used in the manufacture of these blocks are environmentally friendly and are certified green products. Flyash is also used as an alternative building material which is a waste from thermal power plants.

Aerocon Blocks | Aerated Concrete Blocks

Aerocon Blocks | Aerated Concrete Blocks

Since, these materials are light weight with high thermal insulation, they are highly fire resistant. These blocks save water during construction and ensure long term sustainability of the building. These blocks have been used in wide range of constructions which include residential, commercial, hotels, hospitals, schools etc.

The edges of the blocks are such that they allow easy workability and accurate dimensioning. Aerocon blocks are easier to install as opposed to the installation and usage of conventional building materials where construction deadline is short and labour scarcity is acute and mortars are to be used.

The time required for the installation of Aerocon Blocks is about 1/3rd as compared to the time required for the installation of conventional Building materials. Aerocon blocks are available in various sizes and shapes. They are included into the category of Green Building materials because they don’t emit VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) which cause environmental pollution.

Hence, it is one of the revolutionary materials that can be used to make the world a better, greener and cleaner place to live in.

We shall discuss more about different Green Building Materials in our succeeding articles:

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  1. #1 by Canyonstone on January 7, 2011 - 4:56 am

    I am so happy to read this. This is the kind of ideas that needs to be given and not the random misinformation that is at the other blogs. Reading through this stunning contribution.

  2. #3 by RAHUL SINGH on March 22, 2011 - 12:26 am

    I WANT KNOWLEDGE ABOUT ECO FRIENDLILY BUILDING

  3. #4 by sanjay on August 21, 2011 - 7:20 am

    kewl…:)..really informative…to whmevr concernd “gud job”…

  4. #5 by Lorraine on September 12, 2011 - 12:18 am

    the question is always with new materials….where do i get the product and cost?
    thx

  5. #6 by Er. pursottam dahal on December 11, 2012 - 4:07 am

    i am very glad to visit this is very much useable!!!!!!!!!

  6. #7 by subh on October 9, 2013 - 1:19 am

    eco budy cocept must be followed.so nice to read this creative idea

  7. #8 by David Lawrie on January 20, 2015 - 11:04 pm

    We are very interested in this product.
    Does anyone know if it had BS 771 approval in the United Kingdom. I see that it is used in many European countries so has any other form of approval been granted?

  8. #9 by Ravichandra Kadiyala on December 17, 2015 - 12:06 pm

    Hi,

    Thanks a lot for sharing the information. I do have a question though. I did not see anywhere as to how tolerant these bricks are against heavy rains. I live in that part of the world where rain gods strike almost every 6 months. As much as I like to use these blocks I would still need to get confirmation on its durability in rain hit weather conditions.

    Thanks and best regards,
    Ravi

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