Frequently Asked


Frequently Asked Questions

Answer : AAC stands for Autoclaved Aerated Concrete.
Answer : The major ingredients used in manufacturing AAC blocks include cement, lime, sand, aluminum paste, gypsum, and water.
Answer : The daily production capacity of MAXCRETE's AAC manufacturing unit is 1000 m³.
Answer : MAXCRETE's AAC manufacturing unit is backed by German technology and processes.
Answer : Yes, MAXCRETE AAC are considered environmentally friendly as they are made from natural materials and generate no pollution or hazardous waste during production.
Answer : The lightweight properties of MAXCRETE AAC result in lesser load on foundations, leading to more economical foundation design due to reduced dead load.
Answer : Walls made of MAXCRETE AAC are lighter, which reduces the overall building load and provides superior protection against earthquakes.
Answer : MAXCRETE AAC have low thermal conductivity, which helps to keep the interior cool in summer and warm in winter.
Answer : MAXCRETE AAC are highly fire-resistant and can withstand temperatures up to 1200°C for 4-5 hours.
Answer : MAXCRETE AAC can be used for various types of structures, including residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
Answer : Autoclaved Aerated Blocks are cost effective than any other building construction material. Construction with MAXCRETE ACC needs less labor cost, less mortar joint & less time for construction. Because of these benefits AAC saves almost 20% and above of the total structural cost.
Answer : Yes, regular mason or constructions workers who knows redbrick and hollow block work can work with AAC block.
Answer : Regular sand cement mortar can be used for AAC block construction work.