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  • 2021-01-27

    The Difference between Autoclaved Aerated Concrete and Non-autoclaved Aerated Concrete The autoclaved aerated concrete block (known as AAC block) is a porous concrete product, which is made of cement, lime, silica sand, and plaster as raw materials, aluminum powder as a foaming agent, through the

  • 2020-12-28

    Hangzhou Huafei Express Import and Export Co., Ltd is an enterprise authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Trade of the People’s Republic of China with the right to comprehensive import and export. As the marketing center of Ecotrend (Cambodia) New Building Materials Development Co., Ltd, Huafei Expr

  • 2020-12-22

    China Huadian Group Co., Ltd. (known as “China Huadian”) is an oversize national enterprise supervised by the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council. Its main businesses are power production, thermal production and supply. In 2019, the company ranked 386th

  • 2020-10-14

    Until now, autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) was widely used in the construction industry mainly as a relatively simple (commodity) wall building material. The need and regulatory pressure for green, energy neutral buildings for residential housing and nonresidential constructions is becoming stronger every day. Consequently, we must challenge our construction designs and way of building to deal with increasing regulations, climatic and seismic conditions around world's geographical areas. This article presents new generation panel construction methods and a realized case study for a passive residential housing project designed with mid‐size modular AAC panels. The role and importance of this building method, applied with light‐ and heavy‐reinforcement panels, is also highlighted. The structural AAC panel design will be complemented and finished with autoclaved lightweight concrete (ALC) blocks, drywall sheets, and AAC partition panels. This partnership of building materials with insta