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What is CLC

House made of Lightweight Concrete Blocks

Cellular Lightweight Concrete (CLC) is conventional concrete, where natural aggregate (gravel) is exchanged for the best insulation medium available, namely air, embedded in an organic and bio-degradable foam that offers no chemical reaction but solely serves as wrapping material for the air. Consequently CLC behaves, like conventional concrete, in particular concerning curing, hardening and most important “ageing “. CLC infinitely increases its strength by hydration (forming of crystals in cement) as long as exposed to humidity in the atmosphere.


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Advantages of CLC

CLC Blocks cut to custom sizes on site.

  • CLC Bricks have excellent compressive strength in excess of regular clay bricks / solid blocks, guarantees min. Compressive strength of 3N/mm2.
  • Bending strength is 15 to 20% of compressive strength.
  • CLC Bricks density is 800kg/m2 which reduces dead load on structures.
  • Huge saving in foundation and structure savings upto 30% on beam costs.
  • Good earth quake resistance properties.
  • Easy handling. Lightweight CLC is easy to transport and stock.
  • Faster construction. CLC blocks are easily cut to custom size requirements on size using basic power-tools.

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Applications of CLC

CLC is excellent for strong yet light walls, noise insulating floors and leakproof roofs

Cellular Lightweight Concrete, also known as foamed concrete or cellular concrete is not an autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) product, it is conventional concrete with a wide range of densities, choice of aggregates and mix designs.

It is widely used in the manufacture of single skin lightweight concrete wall panels, employing tilt-up construction. This is an ideal situation for the manufacture of light commercial structures and factories as well as residential housing.


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