What is Autoclaved Aerated Concrete?

AAC, which provides buildings with multifarious contributions, and which is the first preference of contemporary world as a bricking material.

  • It is a porous and light building material.
  • In terms of volume, 70-80% of it consists of pores.
  • AAC is a massive material with low density.
  • Furthermore, it is the masonry wall material with the lowest heat conductivity.

Why AAC?

Being used commonly across the whole world thanks to its high performance, AAC is being produced in many countries from the USA to Japan. It is used in the most popular buildings of the most prestigious cities around the world, and meets a significant market demand on account of improving fire and earthquake safety of buildings with its high heat insulation properties.

A Building Material that Adds Value to Projects

With its superior properties, AAC is used in any kind of residences, social and touristic facilities as well as commercial and industrial buildings thanks to its economic nature and to quality, comfort, and speed it provides.

Insulation Is Achieved with AAC

The large part of heat loss occurring in buildings takes place on exterior walls. The practical and economic solution for ensuring heat insulation on exterior walls of buildings is using AAC. Walls consisting of materials such as bricks, stones, and briquettes are able to attain the insulation power AAC solely provides, only through additional materials and costs.

AAC Is Non-Combustible

With heat resistance up to 1200 C, AAC, which is classified as "A1 Class non-combustible" material according to the regulations on the protection of buildings from fire, is an indispensable choice for the construction of buildings with fire safety as well as for "firewall" and "fire safety corridor" solutions, being able to endure fire more than 240 minutes.