AAC is a form of precast concrete made from natural raw materials that has been autoclaved. AAC concrete is normally formed into blocks or slabs and used to create mortared walls in the same way as ordinary concrete blocks are. AAC concrete modules produced by MAP are extremely workable and can be cut and drilled using standard woodworking equipment like band saws and power drills. The concrete must be evaluated for compressive strengths, moisture content, bulk density, and shrinkage because it is lightweight and low-density. Cured autoclaved aerated concrete blocks or panels are bonded with thin bed mortar, using the same processes as normal concrete blocks. Walls may be strengthened with steel or other structural components that run vertically through gaps in the blocks for added strength. Because of its low weight, AAC concrete may be used for walls, floors, and roofs, making it more flexible than ordinary concrete.
The material is sturdy and fire resistant, and it provides great sound and thermal insulation. The advantages of employing MAP's Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Sterilisers include a good soundproofing and acoustic insulation material, as well as the equipment's high fire and termite resistance. It comes in a range of shapes and sizes, has a high thermal mass storage capacity, and releases energy over time. Material that can be recycled, Due to its modest weight, it is simple to handle and install. Chases and holes for electrical and plumbing lines are simple to cut. When compared to poured concrete or concrete blocks, shipping and handling costs are lower.