Sustainable Solutions

Raw Materials

AAC products contains approximately 80% of pore contents. That is the reason why 1m3 of raw material can be produced 4m3 of constructuin materials. The low consumption of raw materials contributes to their conservation compared to other construction materials.


By-products of AAC production such as condensate from the autoclaving, hardened AAC waste and unhardened AAC mixture can be recycled back into the production of AAC. Besides, other industrial waste like fly ash and slag can be utilized as main raw materials too.

Product weight

The dry density of AAC is approximately one-quarter of normal high density concrete, resulting advantages in transportation as a good ratio of volume to weight permits full utilization of transport capacity, and means effectively 1 truck of normal materials equal to 5 trucks of AAC products.

Thermal Control

With excellent thermal insulation properties, AAC building has very good thermal resistance quality and therefore in many instances the use of supplementary insulation is unnecessary. It also takes less energy to heat or to cool an AAC building.

Production Emissions

Emissions of gasses such as CO2, CO and NOx which originate from the steam generation while producing AAC are relatively low compared, for example, with burning processes in bricks industry.

Moisture control

AAC is breathable and effective in moderating the moisture levels and maintaining the correct relative humidity to achieve a comfortable and mould-free living environment.

Sales Office Address:

No 11, Juruanalisisi Satu, U1/35A,

Hicom Glenmarie Industrial Park, 40150,

Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia


Phone: +603-55679119

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