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The uses of AAC panel have been used around the world for over 70 years.
AAC panels (ALC panels)are made up of mainly sand, cement and lime with a thick reinforced steel mesh inside to bind and strengthen the panel. Panels are made to very exacting dimensions with less waste and a lot less on-site mess to clean up.
The panels are fully biodegradable as the main part can be crushed down to powder form and reused in road base and the steel melted and reused, making it a substantial eco-friendly choice.
The Fire retardant properties are above average, 4hrs plus which makes them perfect for construction of rooms to house fire hazardous and flammable materials or in high risk bushfire areas.
The Thermal aspects make it a great choice for massive savings on Heating and Cooling costs, as rooms are kept at a constant temperature, also eliminating excessive insulation costs. AAC is also good for coastal areas as there is no leaching from the panel, also insects, vermin or other pests are not attracted to it for food.
AAC is load bearing and can be used as internal divider walls and is able to support quite large loads.
The sound properties of AAC make the product great for party walls, music rooms or anywhere noise needs to be kept to a minimum or reduced, including double/multi storey buildings as flooring, and can be built on immediately after laying.
Tiles, carpets, timber flooring etc can be laid directly to the panels.
The installation of floor and wall panels is a quick process, (3m panel is equivalent to approximately 80 bricks) which results in faster construction time.
The panels are finished with a variety of coatings to seal and make the panels water resistant, a wide range of colours can be sourced and never needs to be painted again unless you want to change the colour.