Autoclaved aerated concrete - Wikipedia
Autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) is a lightweight, precast, foam concrete building 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.CN102875073A - Aerated brick - Google Patents,The invention discloses an aerated brick. The aerated brick is prepared from the following raw materials by the conventional process for preparing the aerated brick: 30 to 35 weight parts of iron ore tailing, 5 to 10 weight parts of cement, 10 to 15 weight parts of quick lime, 5 to 10 weight parts of modified nano powder, 5 to 10 weight parts of broken glass powder, 3 to 5 weight parts of,Autoclaved Aerated Concrete - cement.org,Cured blocks or panels of autoclaved aerated concrete are joined with thin bed mortar. Components can be used for walls, floors, and roofs. The lightweight material offers excellent sound and thermal insulation, and like all cement-based materials, is strong and fire resistant.