Automatic line for non-autoclaved concrete production

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Non autoclaved aerated concrete (NAAC) is a type of lightweight concrete which is used to produce blocks and replace bricks. NAAC is lighter then conventional concrete. It is formed by using portland cement, fly ash, limestone, aluminum powder and water. Aerated concrete has a good strength, durability, good thermal and sound insulation. Dry density of this material ranging between 600 kg/m3 to 1600 kg/m3. Non autoclaved lightweight concrete blocks can be used for housing and commercial purposes. 

We have developed a unique non autoclave lightweight aerated concrete recipe and can achieve densities from 250 kg/m2 (even less) with perfect compressive strength, thermal and sound insulation. 

PIONER GROUP supply lightweight aerated concrete infill for cold formed steel construction technology infill and we can supply dry mortars (plaster, floor screed, self leveling compound, lightweight aerated concrete dry mix etc.) production line with a good price and speed of delivery. 

Maximum capacity (filling) - up to 250 m3 of the output production per day.

Estimated capacity - up to 200 m3 of the output production per day.

Output production - labeled wall and partition blocks, with medium density D250 - D700, compression strength 0,8 - 4,0 MPa.

Mass volume - 1 m3.

Cast time of one mass - about 7 minutes.

Mass holding time before cutting - 3 - 4 hours.

Mass holding time before packing - 19 - 20 hours.

Concrete stock - 120t.

Filling mass stock - 120t.

Equipment capacity - 50 kW + 45 kW water heating.

Water consumption - 50 tons per day.
 
Service - 6 people.

Environment - in shop - floor areas under moisture-free conditions at the temperature of +5 degree C min.

Shop floor area - 2000 m2.

Filling area height - 7,5 m.

Rest area height - 3,5 m min.