CLC Blocks, or cellular lightweight concrete blocks are a lightweight concrete made by mixing cement and flyash slurry with pre-formed foam. They are competitive in pricing and offer significant savings for finished structures.
Cellular Lightweight Concrete is a multi-functional, environmentally friendly building material. It is produced by combining key ingredients in an ordinary concrete mixer.
It can be used as a replacement of conventional bricks in masonry construction. It has good strength, durability, fire resistance and thermal insulation properties.
Termite Proof: The cellular structure of these blocks prevents termites and rodents from damaging the structure. It also protects the building from moisture problems.
Economically viable: It reduces construction cost because it has a low dead load and requires less reinforcement steel. Its density varies from 600 to 800 kg/m3.
Earthquake Resistant: They are highly durable and are strong enough to handle earthquake forces. They are also resistant to water and fire.
Energy Efficient: They can reduce air-conditioning costs because they have an excellent heat insulation property. They are also energy efficient across their lifecycle.
They are lighter and easier to work with than traditional concrete blocks. They also have a high level of strength and are easier to cut and shape, making them an ideal choice for residential and commercial applications.
They are produced by mixing various ingredients, made into blocks or panels and then placed in an autoclave to harden. They are dimensionally accurate and have superior fire and thermal insulation properties, making them an ideal choice for any building project.