No. Even though they appear to be similar, They are totally different products. CLC strength parameters are 25 kg per sq.cm. Whereas AAC block strength is 35 to 40kg per sq. cm. CLC cannot be cut with wires and the edges are not accurate and easily damageable. The CLC is cured in conventional methods and the AAC is ready for use with adequate strength at post production stage due to its advanced autoclaved curing process.
The production capacity is 1,50,000 cum per annum / 21,000 blocks per day and we are in a position to supply and support project of any size anywhere.
Yes. You can use Renacon AAC Blocks for load bearing structures upto 3 storeys.
Yes. You can do. The workability is good.
No. Soaking and wetting of the AAC are not needed. Slight wetting is sufficient.
42 Renacon blocks of 600 X 200 X 200 mm dimensions make a Cum.
Cement, Gypsum, Lime, Silica Sand, Aluminum Powder and Water
Well strapped on craters the blocks are dispatched to various sites in Trucks with necessary capacity.
The laying of block may be started either at the corners first or it may be started from one end and proceed to the other direction. The first course of the cellular block masonry shall be laid with greater care, making sure that it is properly aligned, leveled and plumbed, as this may assist the mason in laying succeeding courses to obtain a straight and truly vertical wall. The joint thickness shall be 10mm
Do not use chisel and Hammer for chase cutting. Use saw or any mechanized cutting tool for cutting.
Yes we do. We manufacture and supply Renacon adhesive for AAC blocks.
No. we can just apply Patti and start painting the interiors.
The mortar shall not be spread so much ahead of the actual laying of the units that it tends to stiffen and lose its plasticity there by resulting in poor bond. Lay 10 mm thick cement mortar uniformly over bed. Wet on all sides by using a tray filled with 20/25 mm water and place them one by one and press it firmly to have proper bond. Fill the joints between the blocks before laying the mortar. Two 10 mm square rods can be placed on both the sides of the block to obtain uniform joint. Ensure all the surfaces of the block which come in contact with cement mortar are wet to have proper bonding.
1:6 is recommended.
Doors and Windows can be fixed to AAC block Masonry as is being done in brick Masonry. Hold fast can be planned by using U - or by cutting the block on both the faces.