What is Autoclaved lightweight concrete?
Autoclaved aerated concrete or Autoclaved cellular concrete (AAC) - or Autoclaved lightweight concrete (ALC) was invented by Johan Axel Eriksson- a Sweden engineer and architect in the mid-1920s to serve needs to build the station in military. This is a kind of lightweight building materials, prefabricated or assembly-line production. It is used in structures, capable of sound insulation, thermal insulation, fire-resistance, anti- permeability... products of ALC include concrete tiles, wall panels, floor panels, waterproof panels, scaffold pole beams, etc...
Autoclaved lightweight concrete is used extensively in insulation concrete materials for structures both indoor and outdoor use. Besides good insulating ability of ALC, it also has other advantages including made fast, easy installation for materials, easy to cut, chisel and drill.
About ALC GAKIBI
GAKIBI ALC is a brand for high quality ALC block manufactured according to German technology, with several processes of improvement, upgrading and modern techniques.
GAKIBI ALC is produced by gas absorption technology with clean materials including concrete, fly ash, lime, gypsum, water, powdered aluminum (forming gas additives). Products are precisely cut with automatic cutter and put on specialized autoclave equipment under high temperature and pressure.
With superior features such as high strength, light weight, thermal insulation, sound insulation, good thermal stability and explosion protection... GAKIBI is called ALC block high quality suitable for all types of projects, particularly high buildings. Moreover, ALC GAKIBI has economic efficiency better than traditional clay bricks.
Due to the aboved features, GAKIBI ALC has won the trust of investors and has been used in large projects such as The National Assembly Office, Keangnam Landmark Tower, Time City, Royal city, Trung Yen Plaza building, Trung Yen 1 building, and N04 building...