AAC Block

AAC is an acronym for Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) Block. It is the new age, smart & green building materials used in India. This has helped us emerge as the most viable substitute of the conventional Red Clay Bricks used in building walls in residential, commercial and institutional construction activities.

AAC Block is made from 60-65% Fly Ash (by weight), OPC cement, Quicklime, Aluminum powder and Gypsum. They are extremely strong and durable despite their light weight. AAC's solidity comes from the calcium silicate and from the process of curing in a pressurized steam chamber called an Autoclave.

Experience the AAC’s Power of 5

AAC provides a host of 5 distinct advantages over the conventional Red Brick.

Cost Effective

AAC Blocks result in significant reduction in the cement used for construction. Even the steel required is less. These and other qualities of AAC blocks bring down the overall cost of construction down significantly.

Energy Efficient or Heat-resistant

The porous nature of AAC Blocks makes them an excellent heat-resistant material. AAC wall reduces in tonnage and the overall air-conditioning requirement of a building. This also brings down the electricity bills by up to 30%.

Provides Safety

AAC Blocks walls are known to provide safety from unwanted events such as fire and earthquake. Their porous nature provides an improved fire resistance, while their lightweight nature keeps the occupants safe during earthquakes. In addition, the inorganic material used to make these AAC Blocks also helps prevent the growth of mold in the house.


AAC Blocks are made from a non-toxic material, unlike the Red Brick that uses our fertile agricultural soil. These blocks comprise about 65% Fly Ash, which is a national waste. Besides, AAC Blocks are five times more energy efficient. As a result, they are eco-friendly, and when used they contribute maximum points in LEED certification.

Low Maintenance

AAC Blocks prevent seepages in the walls due to their discontinuous microscopic structure, which disallows any capillary action of water through them. Besides, they also prevent efflorescence due to which inhabitants can enjoy long-lasting putty and paint. Thus, they help reduce the overall maintenance and operational cost of the building and increase the life cycle cost.

 Essential Tools

Grooving Tool

This handheld tool is designed for wall chasing. It is especially designed for routing of wire and plumbing works.

Hand Saw

This tool is operated just as the traditional Hand Saw. It is convenient to use, reduces cutting wastage and provides fast, yet better results.

Carbide Tipped Hand Saw

This tool is designed to last longer. Its Carbide teeth provide a good stroke and cutting curves.

AAC Notched Bucket Trowel

This is a perfectly designed tool with notched teeth for ensuring an even mortar. It comes in different sizes - 4”/6”/8”.

Right Angle Guide

This unique tool is perfect for marking the AAC Blocks for cutting. It enables to mark the top and side portions at a time. The side wings measure 8” long approximately.

Rubber Mallet

This tool helps to position the AAC Blocks and stamp the mortar bed without damaging the material or injuring the manpower.