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  • Product data for AAC-Blocks made by Litecrete

    Class

    1

    2

    3

    4

    Unit

    Density class, dry max

    475

    500

    600

    700

    kg/m³

    Average normalized compressive strength of the block

    ≥ 3.2

    ≥ 3.2

    ≥ 5.0

    ≥ 7.5

    N/mm²

    Thermal conductivity value λR

    0.125

    0.135

    0.140

    0.160

    W/(m*K)

    Own load

    5.5

    6.0

    7.2

    8.0

    kN/m³

    Diffusion resistance μ

     

      5/10

    -



    Block type

    E 1*

    E 2

    E 3*

    E 4*

    Unit

     

     

    Density class, dry max

    475

    500

    600

    700

    kg/m³

     

     

    Height

    250

    mm

    Profile

    Length                                 Width

    600

    mm

    Plain

    T / G & Handle

    50

    -

    x

    x

    -

    mm

    x

    -

    100

    -

    x

    x

    -

    mm

    x

    -

    150

    -

    x

    x

    -

    mm

    x

    -

    200

    x

    x

    x

    x

    mm

    x

    x

    250

    x

    x

    x

    x

    mm

    x

    -

    300

    x

    x

    x

    x

    mm

    x

    x


    *Available upon Request
  • AAC-Reinforced Products

    Class

    3.3

    4.4

    Unit

    Density class, dry max

    600

    700

    kg/m³

    Average normalized compressive strength (Test block)

    ≥ 3.5

    ≥ 5.0

    N/mm²

    Thermal conductivity value λR

    0.14

    0.16

    W/(m*K)

    Elastic Modules

    2000

    2250

    N/mm²

    Own load

    7.2

    8.4

    kN/m³

    Diffusion resistance μ

     5/10

    -



    Reinforced Product

    Class

    Length

    Height/Width

    Thickness

     

     

    mm

    mm

    mm

    LITECRETE Lintel LB *

    4.4

    ≤ 2500

    250

    100 ; 150 ; 200 ; 250 ; 300

    LITECRETE Lintel L *

    4.4

    ≤ 6000

    500

    200 ; 250 ; 300

    LITECRETE Wall Panel WP *

    3.3 or 4.4

    ≤ 6000

    600

    100 ; 150 ; 200 ; 240 ; 300

    LITECRETE Floor Panel FP *

    3.3 or 4.4

    ≤ 6000

    600

    200 ; 240 ; 300

    LITECRETE Roof Panel RP *

    3.3 or 4.4

    ≤ 6000

    600

    200 ; 240 ; 300



    *Available upon Request
  • Block Lintel

    Block Lintel LB 

    Width

    Height

    Length

    Clear span max

    Code

    Weight

    mm

    mm

    mm

    mm

     

     

     

     

    kg

    100

    250

    1250

    900

    LB

    125

    /

    10

    25

    1500

    1100

    LB

    150

    /

    10

    30

    150

    250

    1250

    900

    LB

    125

    /

    15

    37

    1500

    1100

    LB

    150

    /

    15

    45

    1750

    1350

    LB

    175

    /

    15

    57

    2000

    1500

    LB

    200

    /

    15

    60

    200

    250

    1250

    900

    LB

    125

    /

    20

    50

    1500

    1100

    LB

    150

    /

    20

    60

    1750

    1350

    LB

    175

    /

    20

    70

    2000

    1500

    LB

    200

    /

    20

    80

    2250

    1750

    LB

    225

    /

    20

    90

    2500

    2000

    LB

    250

    /

    20

    100

    250

    250

    1250

    900

    LB

    125

    /

    25

    63

    1500

    1100

    LB

    150

    /

    25

    75

    1750

    1350

    LB

    175

    /

    25

    87

    2000

    1500

    LB

    200

    /

    25

    100

    2250

    1750

    LB

    225

    /

    25

    112

    2500

    2000

    LB

    250

    /

    25

    125

  • Advantages:

    THERMAL INSULATION: Heating and air-conditioning can be major cost factors in the operating expenditures of any type of building. Because of its unique physical structure, AAC provides much greater thermal insulation than conventional masonry.
    A bare 25 cm thick AAC wall actually provides the same thermal insulation value like wall of cement blocks with a thickness of   
    270 cm.

    FIRE RESISTANT: AAC is non-combustible and emits no toxic fumes when exposed to fire. These properties make AAC the perfect building material to withstand the stringent requirements of building codes. It increases the safety of the building’s occupants and can potentially lower insurance rates. AAC can be used as cladding to protect other materials such as steel or to increase the fire rating of concrete walls. AAC is non combustible with a fire rating of 4 hours minimum.

    SPEED OF CONSTRUCTION: Panelized AAC products have a dramatic impact on the material’s rate of installation. Wall and floor panels are both easy to use and quickly installed, thus enabling a standard crew to install more than four times the area of AAC than that of a regular masonry application in the same period of time.

    PEST RESISTANCE: Termites cause millions of dollars of damage every year to all types of buildings because AAC is impenetrable by insects, it eliminates this risk, saving potentially tens of thousands of dollars in termite control and repair costs. AAC is impervious to attack by insects and termites.

    WORKABILITY Although AAC is as strong and sustainable as conventional masonry, it is more easy work with as wood. All AAC products can be easily cut and crafted with common hand tools (power tools may be required to cut reinforcement). The ability to readily make straight cuts reduces time and waste in site alterations. AAC is also lightweight, AAC weights one fifth of standard concrete products and AAC is easy to handle, which reduces labor costs and construction time.

    ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY AAC are manufactured using all natural resources with no harmful emissions of toxic chemicals, AAC products are completely environmentally compatible. The AAC production process requires much less energy to complete than that of other materials and the product’s outstanding energy efficient qualities makes it an excellent source of ongoing environmental conservation. AAC qualifies as a “green” building material.

    ACOUSTIC INSULATION AAC has been shown to provide good sound insulation and makes it ideal for construction projects like apartments, hotels and public buildings. Since its porous internal structure is comprised of 60-70% air, effectively reducing sound wave transmission.

    MOISTURE/WATER RESISTANT AAC got a water absorption coefficient of 4kg/m2 x h0.5. Weather and moisture resistance is achieved with a final surface treatment such as stucco, plaster and paint, or cladding such as bricks and/or other exterior materials. AAC has excellent structural integrity which resists high winds and violent storm. AAC products are very durable and will not degrade under normal climatic conditions. They have outstanding durability characteristics over traditional materials relative to humidity, freeze/thaw cycles and chemical attack.