Keep a competitive edge and select an AAC Block that's mega right...Meghalite Across the ages, the construction industry has witnessed a series of building material innovations. And one among the many innovative range of building material products ushered into the Indian markets is AAC (Autoclave Aerated Concrete). The ever-evolving construction industry has embraced AAC (Autoclave Aerated Concrete) cutting-edge technology as it stands out from the age-old methods of using conventional blocks. A worthy contender for the modern building material crown, Meghalite AAC Block comes loaded with a generation of new properties and smart features such as lite weight, strong, thermal & sound insulation, pest resistant and other core benefits which ease the process of construction. Meghalite AAC blocks are ideal for industrial, commercial and residential structures for different applications. So select the most promising building material and keep a competitive edge, use Meghalite AAC block.
Meghalite AAC blocks are an affordable, cost-efficient and eco—friendly substitution for red clay bricks. It's ideal for constructing edifices, thanks to its singular traits of high load bearing capacity and lite weight mass. What's more, Meghalite AAC blocks possess a well-defined porous structure and insulation property, when compared to other light-weight concrete materials. The presence of even air pockets ensure comparatively less weight in Meghalite AAC blocks, when compared with all other bricks in the market.
Meghalite AAC Blocks are unique and first-rate in the genre of building materials because they offer definitive work-ability, durability and suppleness along with sound insulation properties. The sound reduction index of the Meghalite AAC blocks are outstanding as per the global Sound Reduction Index that is used at international standards for evaluating the performance of acoustic properties of partition (wall) structure. The sounds in structures built with Meghalite AAC blocks get reflected due to its low sound absorption index of A0 and a very low sound transmission index of B3. This demonstrates the dissipation of sound traveling through Meghalite AAC and thus it is not transmitted.
Meghalite AAC blocks are reasonably effective against fire, and easily meet the rigorous requirements of fire safety — as they can resist fire up to 1200°C. The factional air pockets, within, augment thermal diffusion, to the tune of 60% of that of the clay brick. The impressive thermal insulation is able to hold out extreemely hot/cold environments with flying colours. The energy efficiency is enhanced as the heating and cooling prerequisites of structures using Meghalite AAC blocks are very modest regardless of the ambient temperatures.
The compressive strength of Meghalite AAC blocks ranges around 3.5-4N/m2 compared to just 2.5-3N/m2 of clay bricks
Thanks to the absence of organic components in the Meghalite AAC blocks, an extraordinary resistance against common pests, rodents as well as moulds is ensured.
By definition, energy efficiency refers to usage of less energy to perform a task. Through thermal insulation, Meghalite AAC walls provide this benefit by helping maintain appropriate internal and external temperatures, thus saving vital energy and cost.
The manufacturing process gives the blocks considerable strength, this along with their lite weight impart steadiness to a building, making it earthquake resistant..
The continual pores in Meghalite AAC structure are uniformly spread all over the blocks leading to minimal absorption due to reduced Capillary action. This property renders the Meghalite AAC blocks their brilliant anti- water seepage and absorption quality.
Since we have our unit located in Bengaluru itself, the breakage of blocks is 0%. The delivery is easier and quicker because of the unit being located close. This makes the entire set usable with no loss in the blocks..
The large dimension of Meghalite AAC blocks considerably reduces the number of blocks and the time to arrange them while building as compared to the red bricks. This reduces the installation time to a great extent. Masonry required is also eased out and the end result is cost effective.
Time consumed in building walls decreases due to lite weight of the product and its size advantage over conventional all other types of bricks. This decreases lead time as well as installation time
You would be surprised to know that water is not required for curing Meghalite AAC Blocks if Meghalite AAC Block jointing mortar is used. Only in the case of conventional mortar mix mortar joints that water is needed for curing.
Thermal insulation is one of the greatest benefits of using Meghalite AAC Blocks, as Meghalite AAC walls help maintain distinct internal and external temperatures, saving energy cost.
Noise reduction is essential in today's chaotic city life. Thanks to the sound transmission class rating of 44, Meghalite AAC blocks can be used as a sound barrier of 8" wall to shut out the hustle and bustle of urban roads.
Despite best efforts of the labourers, the conventional and other types of bricks cannot match the light weight and superior size of Meghalite AAC blocks. So with decreased lead and installation time, you can easily save on costs.
Unlike red bricks installation which is slow and tedious, Meghalite AAC blocks with enlarged dimension ensure faster building process and thus reduced project turnaround time. While the masonry work is brought down, a swift completion means built spaces can be sold or rented faster.
There is no chance of breakage of AAC blocks for buyers of Bengaluru as Meghalite has a unit within the garden city. Also, you can expect timely delivery of blocks with no loss, thanks to the favourable unit location.
The perpetual pores in Meghalite AAC blocks are unvaryingly spread all over each piece, resulting in minimal absorption owing to subdued Capillary action. This trait provides the Meghalite AAC blocks with no water seepage and minimal absorption performance.
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