AAC blocks are one third lighter than conventional clay
bricks, thereby reducing the dead weight of the
Light weight structure decreases construction cost
due to reducing steel, Cement and Excavation.
Our Case Study Shows Following Results
Reduction in steel = 15 %
Reduction in cement = 10%.
Due to reduction in dead weight, Reduction in
consumption of steel and cement and lesser
excavation for foundations, construction time is
reduced which in turn results in savings in labor cost
Savings in Mortar
AAC blocks are 7 times bigger than the size of the
conventional bricks. Bigger size means less number of
Less joints results in lesser quantity of mortar for
building. There is overall 60% reduction in use of
Savings in Plaster
AAC blocks have uniform shape and texture, which
gives even surface to the walls.
There is overall 35% reduction in the cost of plastering.
Reduction in wastage Due to less breakages
Unlike conventional clay brick which are prone to
breakages, AAC blocks have almost nil breakages.
There is over all 65% reduction in cost due to
practically no wastages the input cost.
Reduction in HVAC Load
AAC blocks are resistant to thermal variations. It
reduces total load of refrigeration and air conditioning.
Though initial installation cost may remain same but
AAC blocks reduces operation and maintenance cost
There is over all 25% saving in operation cost.
Savings in Power Infrastructure
Due to lesser HVAC load, cost of power infrastructure i.e. is lesser capacity of transformer, DG set, and Cable
etc also reduces considerably which in form results in
savings in GEB charges.