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Product Focus – Aircrete Full Height Wall Panels

We are proud to be working with innovators and leaders in the industry when it comes to manufacturing products in line with the construction industry’s demands of quality, reliability but most of all, speed of build. The latest products which have been thoroughly tried and tested across Europe are storey high, Aircrete interior wall panels. They are highly versatile, for use in any non-load bearing wall and partition requirements. Because they are not sensitive to moisture, they are particularly suitable for kitchens, bathrooms and storage rooms.

Being impermeable to moisture also means they can be delivered to site early, which offers flexibility and has a positive impact on the build programme.

The key benefit to be recognised though, is the effect these panels have on the speed of build, without compromising on quality. In fact, the quality is superior when you consider the ease of installation, their durable and uniform finish, and the properties and performance values of aerated concrete. It is a material that combines strength, design flexibility and an effective acoustic barrier through its micro cellular construction, not to mention fire resistance.

Both of our Partners H + H Celcon and Xella manufacture these Aircrete internal wall panels, and we are proposing to use these panels on our upcoming project at Whyteleafe in Surrey where we’ll be working with PDR Construction to deliver the superstructure of a 118 apartment project, across 5 blocks in just 26 weeks.      

If you would like to find out more about the products we recommend and the impact they can have on your build programme, speak to a member of our team today.


Autoclaved aerated concrete

Lightweight, precast building material

"Aerated concrete" redirects here. For cellular concrete (foamed concrete), see Types_of_concrete § Cellular_concrete. For lightweight blocks, see Expanded clay aggregate.

Aerated autoclaved concrete - close-up view
Autoclaved aerated concrete tiles of various shapes and sizes
Uncured "green" AAC blocks (on the right) ready to be fed into an autoclave to be rapidly cured into a finished product under heat and pressure

Autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) is a lightweight, precast, foam concretebuilding material suitable for producing concrete masonry unit (CMU) like blocks. Composed of quartz sand, calcined gypsum, lime, cement, water and aluminum powder, AAC products are cured under heat and pressure in an autoclave. Invented in the mid-1920s, AAC simultaneously provides structure, insulation, and fire- and mold-resistance. Forms include blocks, wall panels, floor and roof panels, cladding (façade) panels and lintels.[1][2]

AAC products may be used for both interior and exterior construction, and may be painted or coated with a stucco or plaster compound to guard against the elements, or covered with siding materials such as veneer brick or vinyl siding. In addition to their quick and easy installation, AAC materials can be routed, sanded, or cut to size on site using standard power tools with carbon steel cutters.[3][4]


Other names for the product include autoclaved cellular concrete (ACC), autoclaved lightweight concrete (ALC), autoclaved concrete, cellular concrete, porous concrete, Aircrete, Thermalite, Hebel Block, Starken, Gasbeton, Airbeton, Siporex, and Ytong.[citation needed]


AAC was perfected in the mid-1920s by the Swedish architect and inventor Dr. Johan Axel Eriksson,[5][6] working with Professor Henrik Kreüger at the Royal Institute of Technology.[5][6] The process was patented in 1924. In 1929, production started in Sweden at the city of Yxhult. From "Yxhults Ånghärdade Gasbetong" later became the first registered building materials brand in the world: Ytong. Another brand “Siporex” was established in Sweden in 1939 and presently licences and owns plants in 35 locations around the world. The second major international cellular concrete Hebel brand goes back to company founder and technicians Josef Hebel from Memmingen. In 1943, the first Hebel-plant was opened in Germany.

Originally Ytong autoclaved aerated concrete in Sweden was produced with alum shale, whose combustible carbon content was beneficial in the production process. Unfortunately, the slate deposits used for Ytong in Sweden also contain a very low level of natural uranium, which makes the material give off radioactiveradon gas in the building. In 1972, the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority pointed out the unsuitability of a radon-emitting construction material, and the use of alum slate in the production of Ytong ceased in 1975. By using new formulations, containing only quartz sand, calcined gypsum, lime (mineral), cement, water and aluminum powder, Ytong produced a new type of aerated concrete which no longer contains alum slate and thus has eliminated the problem of radon exposure from this raw material. The production of this white autoclaved aerated concrete is now state of the art and similar formulations are used by all producers around the world.

In 1978 The Swedish team of Siporex Sweden opened the Siporex Factory in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia - the "Lightweight Construction Company - Siporex - LCC SIPOREX" which have supplied the Middle-East and Africa and Japan by most of its need. The LCC SIPOREX FACTORY has operated for more than 40 years. Today aerated concrete is produced by many companies, particularly in Europe and Asia. There is some production in the Americas and in Africa, there is one plant in Egypt. AAC production in Europe has slowed down considerably, but the industry is growing rapidly in Asia due to strong demand in housing and commercial space. China is now the largest aircrete market in the world with several hundred factories. China, Central Asia, India, and the Middle-East are the biggest in terms of AAC manufacturing and consumption.[7]

The product aircrete is sold, like other masonry materials, under many different brand names. Ytong and Hebel are brands of the international operating company Xella headquartered in Duisburg. Other more internationally renowned brand names in Europe are H + H Celcon (Denmark), or Solbet (Poland).


AAC is a highly thermally insulating concrete-based material used for both interior and exterior construction. Besides AAC's insulating capability, one of its advantages is quick and easy installation, because the material can be routed, sanded, or cut to size on site using standard power tools with carbon steel cutters.[citation needed]

AAC is well suited for high-rise buildings and those with high temperature variations. Due to its lower density, high-rise buildings constructed using AAC require less steel and concrete for structural members. The mortar needed for laying of AAC blocks is reduced due to the lower number of joints. Similarly, the material required for rendering is also lower due to the dimensional accuracy of AAC. The increased thermal efficiency of AAC makes it suitable for use in areas with extreme temperatures, as it eliminates the need for separate materials for construction and insulation, leading to faster construction and cost savings.

Even though regular cement mortar can be used, most of the buildings erected with AAC materials use thin bed mortar in thicknesses around 3.2 millimetres (1⁄8 in), depending on the national building codes. AAC materials can be coated with a stucco or plaster compound to guard against the elements, or covered with siding materials such as brick or vinyl.


Unlike most other concrete applications, AAC is produced using no aggregate larger than sand. Quartz sand, calcined gypsum, lime (mineral) and/or cement and water are used as a binding agent. Aluminum powder is used at a rate of 0.05%–0.08% by volume (depending on the pre-specified density). In some countries, like India and China, fly ash generated from coal-fired power plants, and having 50–65% silica content, is used as an aggregate.

When AAC is mixed and cast in forms, several chemical reactions take place that gives AAC its light weight (20% of the weight of concrete) and thermal properties. Aluminum powder reacts with calcium hydroxide and water to form hydrogen. The hydrogen gas foams and doubles the volume of the raw mix creating gas bubbles up to 3 millimetres (1⁄8 in) in diameter. At the end of the foaming process, the hydrogen escapes into the atmosphere and is replaced by air.

When the forms are removed from the material, it is solid but still soft. It is then cut into either blocks or panels, and placed in an autoclave chamber for 12 hours. During this steam pressure hardening process, when the temperature reaches 190 °C (374 °F) and the pressure reaches 800 to 1,200 kPa (8.0 to 12.0 bar; 120 to 170 psi), quartz sand reacts with calcium hydroxide to form calcium silicate hydrate, which gives AAC its high strength and other unique properties. Because of the relatively low temperature used, AAC blocks are not considered to be a fired brick but a lightweight concrete masonry unit. After the autoclaving process, the material is ready for immediate use on the construction site. Depending on its density, up to 80% of the volume of an AAC block is air. AAC's low density also accounts for its low structural compression strength. It can carry loads of up to 8,000 kPa (1,200 psi), approximately 50% of the compressive strength of regular concrete.

In 1978, the first AAC material factory - the LCC SIPOREX- Lightweight Construction Company - was opened in the Persian Gulf state of Saudi Arabia, supplying Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries with aerated blocks and panels.

Since 1980, there has been a worldwide increase in the use of AAC materials. New production plants are being built in Australia, Bahrain, China, Eastern Europe, India and the United States. AAC is increasingly used worldwide by developers, architects, and home builders.


AAC has been produced for more than 70 years, and it offers several advantages over other cement construction materials, one of the most important being its lower environmental impact.

  • Improved thermal efficiency reduces the heating and cooling load in buildings.
  • Porous structure gives superior fire resistance.
  • Workability allows accurate cutting, which minimizes the generation of solid waste during use.
  • Resource efficiency gives it lower environmental impact in all phases of its life cycle, from the processing of raw materials to the disposal of waste.
  • Lightweight saves cost and energy in transportation, labour expenses, and increases chances of survival during seismic activity.[8]
  • Larger size blocks leads to faster masonry work.
  • Reduces project cost for large constructions.
  • Environmentally friendly: It produces at least 30% less solid waste than traditional concrete. There is a decrease of 50% of greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Due to less weight the blocks can be handled easily
  • Fire resistant: As with regular concrete, AAC is fire resistant.
  • Great ventilation: This material is very airy and allows diffusion of water. This reduces the humidity inside the building. AAC will absorb moisture and release humidity. This helps to prevent condensation and other problems that are related to mildew.
  • Non-toxic: There are no toxic gases or other toxic substances in autoclaved aerated concrete. It neither attracts rodents or other pests nor can it be damaged by such.
  • Accuracy: The panels and blocks made of autoclaved aerated concrete are produced to the exact sizes needed before leaving the factory. There is less need for on-site trimming. Since the blocks and panels fit so well together, there is less use of finishing materials such as mortar.
  • Long lasting: The life of this material is extended because it is not affected by harsh climates or extreme weather changes. It will not degrade under normal climate changes.


AAC has been produced for more than 70 years, however, some disadvantages were found when it was introduced in the UK (where cavity wall with clay brick two-skin construction has been the norm).

  • Installation during rainy weather: AAC is known to crack after installation, which can be avoided by reducing the strength of the mortar and ensuring the blocks are dry during and after installation.
  • Brittle nature: they need to be handled more carefully than clay bricks to avoid breakage.
  • Attachments: the brittle nature of the blocks requires longer, thinner screws when fitting cabinets and wall hangings. Special, large diameter wall plugs (anchors) are available at a higher cost than common wall plugs.[9]
  • Insulation requirements in newer building codes of northern European countries would require very thick walls when using AAC alone. Thus many builders choose to use traditional building methods installing an extra layer of insulation around the entire building.

As with other concrete products, the carbon footprint of manufacturing and transporting can be high, and should be considered when comparing to other building prodects.


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Aicrete Europe

Kovalska engages Aircrete to set up the most modern AAC plant in Eastern Europe

Next to the usual portfolio, Kovalska will be able to produce a full range of reinforced products such as lintels, facade panels,

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Aircrete exhibits at trade fairs again

Now that lockdown restrictions have eased in many regions, we will take part in exhibitions in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Russia until the end of this year.

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Green Construction with AAC Prefab Products

AAC technology has developed over the last years and brings green and durable living closer to all of us. Energy-saving buildings are now more than a trend across many countries.

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Flexible and fully automated reinforcement configuration for AAC panel production

Fully automated reinforcement area is the front side of Aircrete Flat-Cake production line, an integral part of our AAC panel factory solution.

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Advantages of a panel based building system – The Aircrete Building System

The Aircrete Building System is a well-organized system that boasts multiple advantages over traditional construction ways.

10 June, 2021 Read More

A great AAC expert is no longer amongst us

It is with great sadness that Mr. Willem van Boggelen, the founding father of Aircrete, passed away on 12 May 2021. Willem has dedicated his entire life to the world of AAC.

13 May, 2021 Read More

Expanding footprint in China with a new panel plant

With a new AAC panel plant in China, we have realized yet another project in the world’s largest AAC market. Luoyang Evergreen Building Technology Co. Ltd. engaged Aircrete

15 April, 2021 Read More

The Aircrete Building System and its AAC components

Aircrete Building System is an established modular construction concept that uses reinforced prefab AAC panels and specials to create a customized building solution.

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AAC production is under total command with Aircrete Plant Control System

In order to facilitate automatic communication at high volume production rates, we have integrated all levels of control on a single

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Unique Technology

The Only Flat-Cake Panel System

Aircrete Europe is the distinct global leader in the AAC panel market. One of the most important innovations brought to the market by Aircrete is the Flat-Cake cutting technologywhich allows for the production of the largest variety of AAC products (including thin panels) with high dimensional accuracy and SUPER SMOOTH surfaces to minimize finishing requirements. The Aircrete brand is widely recognized for its quality and exceptional finishing and – as a result – products are sold against premium pricing.

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Our Solutions

Aircrete has the ultimate experience across all levels of the entire AAC value chain allowing to be a true technology partner for its clients. Based on our unique technology proposition, complemented by in-depth production process know-how and building application experience, we support our clients in every step of the process, whether it is a full turn-key greenfield project or just a technical consulting visit. Our vertically integrated business model allows us to truly understand your objectives and challenges and together implement solutions that make your business more successful.

Together we build your success.

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Our project (with Aircrete Europe) is very ambitious. The total investment is €45 million. The total capacity of the future enterprise is 1.2 million cubic meters of AAC products per year. In almost every decision and every detail, this company will have no analogs in Europe. We are introducing Industry Standard 4.0 — this is the basis of technology that should provide the highest level of automation, productivity, as well as unique product quality.

Sergii Pylypenko -

CEO, Kovalska Group, Ukraine

In order to be a reliable supplier to our customers, reliability, efficiency and quality of our equipment is a core element in our strategy. For these projects we therefore engaged Aircrete Europe as the flat-cake technology specialist. In addition, their reputation of executing complex projects with limited downtime was a decisive factor as well. We are very satisfied with the end results.

Ion Secareanu -

General Director, CELCO S.A., Romania

We seek investments in emerging markets that spur economic growth, create jobs and protect the environment. An Aircrete factory is a great example of a green, sustainable and attractive Dutch investment, whereby besides local job creation, Aircrete’s panel-based system is seen as a solution to the massive affordable housing deficits many countries are facing.

Arnold van Garderen -

Senior Investment Officer, FMO NL Business

We engaged Aircrete Europe as we were looking for an experienced long-term technology partner that understands the process of AAC panel production.

Mike McCormick -

General Manager, Aercon, USA

Aircrete Europe’s role as a partner, not just a machine supplier, was tremendously important in our upgrade project. They truly understood the challenges and objectives of us as an AAC producer and have managed to translate this very well into an innovative design and very efficient installation.

Mr. Yoo -

Owner, SYC ALC, Korea

For this complex assignment, we were looking for a true technology partner, and not just an engineering firm or machine supplier. Through their in-house process know-how resulting from their involvement in their own plants in Latin America, combined with over 4 decades of engineering experience, Aircrete Europe was perfectly positioned to fulfil this role.

Stuart McQuillan -

Head of Engineering, Forterra, United Kingdom

Our goal is to provide solutions to the building industry, not just panels, and to achieve that goal in our new plant, we needed to partner with solution providers who are agile in design whilst bringing proven base capability. We selected Aircrete Europe based on their proven panel technology and profound knowledge of AAC systems as well as dynamic engineering capabilities which allowed us to design making panels the way we want to make panels.

Steve Zebib -

COO, CSR Hebel, Australia

Global markets are shifting towards a prefabricated construction solution. This push is very favourable for the AAC panel + steel frame building system. The super smooth flat-cake technology from Aircrete is globally recognized and best suited for AAC panel making.

Hiroaki Yanagida -

Recognised Building Materials Expert, Japan

Thanks to Dutch technology, home construction in Argentina is becoming more sustainable and cost efficient for a very energy intensive industry. Given the size of the Argentine market and the dominance of traditional bricks, the growth potential for Brimax is huge.

Janet Nieboer -

Head of FMO NL Business, The Netherlands

We were looking for the right partner that could assist us introducing high-quality AAC products in Argentina. From our Phase 1 assessment it turned out that AAC panels would fit in a wide variety of local building applications. As Aircrete Europe possesses both the relevant technology and process knowhow when it comes to producing AAC panels, we approached them for this project. The close cooperation between our people have been a determining factor in the success of building the plant and so far during the start-up phase.

Iván Brajcovic -

Owner, Brayco, Argentina

I am very excited about the product quality that we are producing. The smooth surface of the product stands out from the rougher surface of competitive products and first feedback from our customers confirm their enthusiasm about this aspect as well.

Gabriel Pierre -

CEO, Brimax, Argentina

Aircrete Building System

We create solutions.

The Aircrete Building System is a modular and complete building system from diverse AAC products, to offer a fast and efficient building solution that is customized to meet local market requirements. An AAC panel-based building system is almost completely made from prefabricated AAC elements and ensures that perfect standardization is achieved throughout the supply chain. As a result, the total cost per installed square meter is reduced significantly compared to conventional, more complex building systems. The Aircrete Building Systems is particularly used, and growing in demand, in housing development projects worldwide.

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Affordable aircrete machine to making wall panels

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Gaodetec is a professional affordable aircrete machine to making wall panels manufacturer and supplier in China. The foaming concrete of the cast-in-place foam concrete is foamed mechanically by the foaming system, and the foam is uniformly mixed with the cement slurry, and then the pumping system of the aircrete machine is used for the cast-in-place construction or the mold forming, and the natural a new lightweight insulation material enriched by a large number of closed pores.

Affordable aircrete machine

foam generator

Foam concrete made by affordable aircrete machine can be used to wide road, fill void, floor and roof cast in place, etc., also can be used to make precast foam concrete products, such as, CLC blocks, lightweight wall panels, etc.
Aircrete machine to making wall panels:

aircrete machine to making wall panels

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The features of the wall panel:

1. Use coal ash and industrial solid waste as raw materials to save energy and protect the environment;

2. Increase the building area of the building;

3. Soundproofing effect is good;

4. High strength, lightweight shock resistance;

5. The panel can be reused;

6. Insulation;

7. Moisture-proof;

8. Water insulation;

9. Level 1 fire prevention;

10. Installation is quick and easy, shortens duration, saves labor and reduces overall costs.

The advantages of using cast-in-place foam concrete in road widening and expansion projects are mainly reflected in the following aspects:

1. The expansion of the roadbed can be filled straight, saving land resources and preventing or reducing the demolition of buildings.

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2. The expansion of the embankment on the soft foundation section can greatly reduce the load, which can save the soft foundation treatment of the extended roadbed or reduce the soft foundation treatment intensity; and it can be used to reduce the differential settlement of new and old roadbeds and the additional settlement damage of adjacent building.

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3. The cast-in-place foam concrete is pumped and constructed by the pipeline. The construction takes up little space and hardly affects the existing traffic, and keeps the existing road facilities (anti-collision bars, drainage ditch, etc.) from damage.

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4. The widening and expansion of the mountainous road section can prevent the stability of high filling and excavation, and maintain the shape of the natural mountain and maintain the natural environment.

5. Convenient construction and short construction period. Use foam concrete as material to build buildings, the working efficiency will improve greatly and the cost is lower.

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Aircrete machine is specially used to make foam concrete, we can provide small and big full foam concrete machine production line. If you are interested in foam concrete, please feel free to contact us. Email address: [email protected]

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AERCON AAC is the leading manufacturer of Precast Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Products and prides itself on maintaining the highest level of customer service and support.

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We are the only Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) provider that manufactures their product in the United States!

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AERCON is available in several different load bearing and non-loading bearing forms

  • Large blocks with hand holds which can be quickly and easily placed with thin bed mortar
  • Lightweight wall partitions
  • Lintels - Large reinforced panels for floors and roofs
  • Vertical load bearing and non-load bearing wall panels
  • Horizontal Cladding Panels
  • Blocks and panels are available with tongue and groove joints for easy and sure connection
  • They can be used in single and multi-story buildings and are ideal for residential, commercial, educational, industrial and public buildings.

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AERCON AAC products are perfect for your project and they have been implemented successfully in numerous commercial, educational, military, and residential projects.


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A Construction Methodology

Aircrete Building System consists of standard-sized panels of different use; such as floor panels, load-bearing wall panels, roof panels, partition panels, cladding panels and lintels. Precise product dimensions, ease of handling and lightweight contribute to Aircrete Building System, resulting in direct time and cost savings in construction.

Building technologies and infrastructure systems improve continuously along with the growing need for cheap and efficient construction. Aircrete Europe applies a unique industry approach and supports the AAC producers in customizing their plant to manufacture a full scope of prefab elements for an integrated building solution. We help in designing new solutions or converting existing building projects into an optimized AAC building system.

Aircrete Building System is fully supported and powered by our production engineering solutions, making sure that every plant can manufacture the complete range of Aircrete Building System elements needed to assemble the designed building.

Do you have a new design project with AAC? Do you want to convert an existing building project into an optimized AAC building system? Contact us now.

Modular-type construction with AAC panels using Aircrete Building System (ABS) allows faster building, reduction of installation materials and labour. Here is why:

  • ABS is applicable to any type of building, covering all variables at the local climate zone and seismic activity
  • AAC producers work directly with their end-users enabling simplified construction process.
  • The optimal cutting sizes determined in the project drawings minimize waste levels in the AAC production process, resulting in lower costs
  • All prefab building materials come from a single source. This one-stop-shop concept simplifies purchasing and transportation processes on the construction site
  • All elements arrive on-site is waste-free, there is no need for cutting on-site
  • Large-sized AAC panels are easily installed, minimizing labour costs and construction times
  • The SUPER SMOOTH surfaces of the panels enable a fast and economic finishing
  • The total light weight of the complete building positively affects the foundation works
  • Improved thermal homogeneity of the building contributes to better microclimate and comfort inside living and working spaces


Construction Methodology - Housing

The Aircrete Building System has a unique proposition in residential applications, whereby – when building up to 4 stories high – it can provide a full panel-based solution, eliminating all other structural building materials like traditional concrete columns.

For high-rise buildings, partitioning and cladding panel applications allow for a faster realization of the construction project due to the lightweight and accuracy of the material.

In addition, the use of AAC allows for an overall lighter structure, resulting in additional savings on the (steel or concrete) structure of the building and lighter foundation requirements. AAC cladding panels can also perfectly complement existing building structures, like a steel or wood frame building, whereby the AAC panels are used as a non-combustible, insulating panel providing comfort and safety to the living environment.

Industrial & Commercial

For industrial and commercial applications, AAC load-bearing panels can serve as an all-in-one wall structure, eliminating the need for multiple layers of different building and insulation materials. Wall panels can be horizontally or vertically applied and be fixed to existing wood, steel or concrete columns.

AAC based walls, floors and roofs are the number one choice of construction material for many industrial warehouses and commercial shopping centres, driven by increasingly stringent fire regulatory requirements and an overall reduction in delivery time of the construction project.

Besides, all elements in Aircrete Building System perform superior thermal and sound insulation capabilities. These qualities deliver outstanding benefits to builders, developers and designers for any project that range from low-rise industrial and commercial developments to high-rise constructions.

Product Specifications

Aircrete products meet the most requirements of building standards and rules, offering a wide range of innovative, efficient, durable and sustainable solutions for works of any size.

Learn more about the variety of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) products made in AAC plants using technology from Aircrete Europe:

Industrial Panels
Roof and Floor Panels
Partition Panels
Cladding Panels
Structural Beams

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