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Intro


Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Panels

Autoclaved Aerated Concrete is effectively concrete with lots of closed air pockets in it, enclosing thick steel mesh. It is lightweight and energy efficient, and is produced by adding a foaming agent to concrete in a mould, then wire cutting blocks or panels from the resulting ‘cake’, and ‘cooking’ it with steam (autoclaving).

 

 

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Intro


Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Panels

Autoclaved Aerated Concrete is effectively concrete with lots of closed air pockets in it, enclosing thick steel mesh. It is lightweight and energy efficient, and is produced by adding a foaming agent to concrete in a mould, then wire cutting blocks or panels from the resulting ‘cake’, and ‘cooking’ it with steam (autoclaving).

 

 

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Why Build With AAC

Autoclaved Aerated Concrete is an alternative building product used in residential and commercial construction.

AAC panels are made up of mainly sand, cement and lime with a thick reinforced steel mesh inside to bind and strengthen the panel. Panels are made to very exacting dimensions with less waste and a lot less on-site mess to clean up.

The panels are fully biodegradable as the main part can be crushed down to powder form and reused in road base and the steel melted and reused, making it a substantial eco-friendly choice.

AAC panels are ideal for owner builders and established building companies alike whom are looking for an alternative building product to mainstream brick and foam. Whether it be a new building or adding additional storeys or renovations to an existing home AAC is the perfect choice.

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Capability


The sound properties of AAC make the product great for party walls, music rooms or anywhere noise needs to be kept to a minimum or reduced, including double/multi storey buildings as flooring, and can be built on immediately after laying.

Capability


The sound properties of AAC make the product great for party walls, music rooms or anywhere noise needs to be kept to a minimum or reduced, including double/multi storey buildings as flooring, and can be built on immediately after laying.

Structural Capability

Lightweight yet solid and tough as masonry…

AAC Building Panels ensures lighter loads on structures compared to traditional masonry, this can lead to substantial savings in supportive concrete floors in multi-storey developments. Panels can be used as internal load bearing and room divider walls and take the weight of a roof quite easily, it also provides a high degree of security between units (party walls) with the application of direct fixed plasterboard or render providing the solid feel associated with masonry.

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Insulation


For different finishes Dulux Acratex gives a rendered result while Stucco can be sprayed on or for a more individual look, or there are a range of stone mouldings available on the market that can be adhered directly to the panel. Inside divider walls can be white set or a better alternative is to gyprock the walls.

Insulation


For different finishes Dulux Acratex gives a rendered result while Stucco can be sprayed on or for a more individual look, or there are a range of stone mouldings available on the market that can be adhered directly to the panel. Inside divider walls can be white set or a better alternative is to gyprock the walls.

Superior Insulation

A comforting thought for a comfortable living environment.

AAC Building Panels unique construction provides superior insulation qualities for a masonry product. The unique combination of thermal resistance, along with thermal mass, makes building with AAC Ecopanels a smart choice for meeting Australia’s increasing building efficiency regulations.

For home owners, the thermal efficiencies of AAC reduce the reliance on heating and cooling appliances – the combined effects of using a heater less in winter and fans or air conditioning less in summer can have a big impact on rising energy costs.

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Installation


Panels can be used solely as the main structure of a wall of a dwelling or a cladding with the use of a frame either timber or steel. They can be used for internal divider walls of a dwelling also. Flooring panels also come in various lengths and thickness, 75mm and 100mm panels use joists at 600mm centre, with the 240mm thick flooring panels that can span 4m with no joists and will carry 4kn or 400kg per Sqm.

Installation


Panels can be used solely as the main structure of a wall of a dwelling or a cladding with the use of a frame either timber or steel. They can be used for internal divider walls of a dwelling also. Flooring panels also come in various lengths and thickness, 75mm and 100mm panels use joists at 600mm centre, with the 240mm thick flooring panels that can span 4m with no joists and will carry 4kn or 400kg per Sqm.

Fast Installation

Sustainability for a better world in the long term starts now.

AAC can be installed a lot quicker than most building methods with one 3 metre panel being the equivalent of 80 bricks. This ensures faster construction times with no down time when laying flooring as it can be built on immediately. This saves on costs including prolonged house renting while waiting for your house to be built and many other expenses.Building with AAC results in savings, less mess on-site, a cleaner, safer work area and less clean-up at completion of building.