Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Plant AAC Block Plant Lightweight Block
1. AAC block plant preparation work(FLY ASH)
1). Land of 4 Acres is Required
2). Workshop area –approximately 30000 Sq Mt or 30000 sft
3). Total Plant area( construction area ) = 4500 Sq Mt or 45000 sft
4). Power connection needed – 500 KVA
5). Ideal manpower requirement is 40 nos. (Skilled – 10,
semi-skilled-10 and unskilled 20)
6). Skill division 40 workers = Main plant 2 nos of 10 hour shifts
15 people each + Boiler & Autoclave section 3 people in 3
shifts of 8 hours
7). Water requirement approximately 225 Tons per Day.
8). Fly Ash requirement approximately 225 Tons per day
9). The above power and plant calculations are based on Fly ash
based AAC without Lime Crushing Unit and Ball mill for sand. If the
process so require, we may add them at a later stage. But surely we
give provisions for them at site right from installation stage
10). 300 working days is considered in a year through 333 days a
year is possible.
11) Fly to be provided free of cost by power plants. Only
transportation to be arraigned by Project. Average distance of 250
12) Carbon Credit is estimates are for reference purpose. The
Project owner must handle his part of CDM project to get Carbon
credits, through independent consultants. Please check the form of
CDM after 2012
13) AAC Blocks of all sizes will be manufactured according to the
market requirement, though mainly stipulated sizes as per the BIS
2. AAC Block PLANT RAW MATERIAL(FLY ASH)
Fly-Ash: A lot has been said about this raw material in this
Project Profile itself. But this Raw material is freely available
in Thermal Power plants. There are no taxes on this item
whatsoever. Transportation charges are only to be attended by the
Lime: Active powered lime is a requirement for giving the real
aeration to the product. In phase 1 we can aim to buy the active
lime directly. In phase -2 we can think of having backward
integration and making a lime powering unit at site to have a more
competitive advantage, we can also think of a lime burning klin
inside the factory premises. The project financials however have
not considered the costs of powering unit, and the lime kiln in
this project. Different qualities of lime are available, and
depending on the raw materials, the mix design can be chosen to get
the optimal quality of production.
OPC: This Project aims to utilize OPC cement as main binder
material. It will give faster strength to the bricks, besides
giving improved consistent quality. It also ensures a better cost
effectiveness for the same. Using OPC will be a standardized
practice. The other prime advantages of using OPC (compared to
other binders) is it’s easy availability locally through nationwide
Retail Network of Cement Companies.
Gypsum: This also is an industrial waste. This is available as an
industrial byproduct of Fertilizer Plant. Gypsum is responsible to
give long term strength to the Blocks.
Aluminum Power: Finely ground Aluminum power is used in very
limited quantity ( less than 0.5%), so that it reacts with active
lime, and silica in base material to make the aeration
3. AAC block advantages
1. Environmental friendly: needs no burning/backing
2. Strength: Higher Strength Bricks.
3. Uniform Shape: Easier and faster Brick working.
4. Uniform Shape: Less Mortar in Brick work.
5. Uniform Shape: Less Mortar in Plaster.
6. Natural Concrete: Gains strength over time.
7. Natural Concrete: Walls can be left exposed/un pl
8. Better heat & sound insulation compared to red B
9. Far Lesser brakeage during handling & transporta
10. Better Vibration resistance compared to red Brick
11. Light weight : Faster and easier transportation
12. Light weight : Faster and easier brickwork
13. Light weight : saves structural concrete by 35%