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Red Clay Bricks

Red clay brick, “The traditional bricks” are man-made materials that are widely used in building, civil engineering work and landscape design. Red clay Bricks are produced with best quality filtered soil & sweet water and fired by coal at a high temperature. Size of our bricks is standard by ensuring that you get most out of the money spent. Red clay bricks are typically used for building the decorative arch and optional sides around the oven vent and vent landing, and can be used for any decorative feature. Clay bricks have the natural and warm colours of burnt clay which are permanent and resist fading. As wall materials, clay bricks make walls heavy and dense and conduct heat slowly.

Fly-ash Bricks

Flyash Bricks “Eco friendly product” is a Pulverised ash brick (PAB) technology is a process of converting industrial waste materials into quality building materials. At present, the technology is well established in converting thermal power plant waste into quality bricks. These bricks are machine made & uniform in shape and size, therefore, here is no variation in size of the bricks & require less mortar in. The thickness of plaster can be reduced substantially. Fly-Ash Bricks is lighter & manufacturing process is also faster than the conventional clay bricks. The bricks are ready for dispatch within 12 hours of manufacture. These bricks are manufactured throughout the year, even during the monsoons. FLY ASH is the extremely fine ash ‘flying’ along with flue gases is trapped in electro-static precipitators (ESP) and is collected.

AAC Blocks

AAC Stands for Autoclaved cellular concrete & CLC stand for Cellular Light Weight Concrete. Blocks are about 50% lighter than clay bricks of equivalent size. This translates into less dead weight of a building and allows entire structure to be lighter therefore reducing amount of steel and concrete used in structural components like beams, columns and roof/floor slabs. These blocks are very easy to work with and can be cut accurately reducing the amount of waste generated. Manufacturing of AAC & CLC blocks does not consume high amount of energy. Moreover since blocks are light weight & environment friendly, it saves energy required for transportation and leads to reduced CO2 emissions by transport vehicles. Buildings can be built with AAC blocks 50% faster compared to clay bricks. This translates to lower project completion times benefiting project developers. A sound absorption & property of blocks makes it ideal material for reducing ambient noise. AAC blocks are well-suited for establishments like hospitals and offices situated in noisy areas.

CLC Blocks

AAC Stands for Autoclaved cellular concrete & CLC stand for Cellular Light Weight Concrete. Blocks are about 50% lighter than clay bricks of equivalent size. This translates into less dead weight of a building and allows entire structure to be lighter therefore reducing amount of steel and concrete used in structural components like beams, columns and roof/floor slabs. These blocks are very easy to work with and can be cut accurately reducing the amount of waste generated. Manufacturing of AAC & CLC blocks does not consume high amount of energy. Moreover since blocks are light weight & environment friendly, it saves energy required for transportation and leads to reduced CO2 emissions by transport vehicles. Buildings can be built with AAC blocks 50% faster compared to clay bricks. This translates to lower project completion times benefiting project developers. A sound absorption & property of blocks makes it ideal material for reducing ambient noise. AAC blocks are well-suited for establishments like hospitals and offices situated in noisy areas.

Aggregate

Aggregate plays an important role in concrete, the purpose of the aggregates within this mixture is to provide a rigid skeletal structure and to reduce the space occupied by the cement paste. Usually it is supplied in one of two main forms: precast (blocks, tiles, pipes, bridge beams, flooring systems, etc) or ready-mixed (as a liquid paste ready for pouring). It is used for the foundations, walls, floors, roofs and partitions of buildings, as well as bridges, dams, power stations and many other kinds of physical structures.

River sand

River sand is a widely used construction material and is the most preferred choice as a fine aggregate material. High quality of river sand makes it perfect to be used for plastering house.

Coarse Sand

Coarse Sand plays a very strengthen role in concrete, Coarse aggregates are particles greater than 4.75mm, but generally range between 9.5mm to 37.5mm in diameter. The compressive strength is an important factor in the selection of coarse sand. When determining the strength of normal concrete, most concrete aggregates are several times stronger than the other components in concrete and therefore not a factor in the strength of normal strength concrete.

Stone Dust

Stone dust is a multipurpose material for yard construction & also named as Fine aggregate or Crushed stone. The global consumption of natural sand is very high, due to the extensive use of concrete. In India, we are facing shortage in good quality natural sand as its being depleted and causing serious threat to environment as well as the society. In the experimental study of strength characteristics of concrete using crushed stone dust as fine aggregate it is found that there is increase in compressive strength, flexural strength and tensile strength of concrete & can replace with natural sand.

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