Views: 4 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2020-03-25 Origin: Site
Until now, autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) panel 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.
AAC as a lightweight material, with excellent thermal, fire, and acoustic properties. It is a key material to take a leading role for cost effective and versatile new green building systems. Already for some years, suppliers of different materials tried to find market openings for ready walls, roofs, or even complete houses built in an industrial environment. These elements are built around structures from steel, concrete, timber, or carbon fibers in latest years. They bring it to site with heavy special transport and position, assemble it with big cranes in the building.
there are some innovative applications coming from new players to the market using an integrated combination of building materials such as light-steel framing, profiled steel sheet in combination with insulation products, and AAC panels. Steel offers the strength in a construction, and reinforcement in ALC panels will offer easy lightweight manageable strong elements. Insulation materials such as mineral wool, polyisocyanurate (PIR), EPS, or super lightweight AAC (SLAAC) will finish it to easy sizable wall, roof, floor, and partitioning thicknesses with the required properties.