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How to Set up the AAC Production Line?

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Welcome to our blog on how to set up the AAC production line - a comprehensive guide for those who are planning to start their own manufacturing unit. Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) is an innovative building material that holds great potential in the construction industry. The demand for this lightweight, durable and eco-friendly material has been increasing rapidly in recent years. However, setting up a fully functional AAC production line requires thorough planning and execution.

In this article, we will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to set up your own AAC production line from scratch. We will cover everything from selecting the right location and equipment to hiring skilled labor and managing your finances effectively. So whether you're an entrepreneur looking for new business opportunities or a construction professional looking to diversify your offerings, this guide will help you get started on the path towards success!

  • What is AAC?

  • Autoclaved aerated concrete - history, production process

  • The advantages of AAC

What is AAC?

When it comes to AAC production lines, there are a lot of acronyms and technical terms that can be confusing for those who are not in the know. One of the most common questions we get is “what is AAC?”

AAC stands for autoclaved aerated concrete. It is a type of lightweight concrete that is made with a mixture of cement, sand, water, and an air-entraining agent. The mixture is then placed in an autoclave, or large pressure cooker, where it is cooked at high temperatures and pressures. This process creates a product that is much lighter than traditional concrete and has a honeycomb-like structure full of tiny air pockets. AAC has a number of advantages over traditional concrete, including better insulation properties, fire resistance, and improved acoustic performance.

Autoclaved aerated concrete - history, production process

Autoclaved aerated concrete was first developed in the early 1900s by a Swedish architect named Nicholas Platzer. The material was originally used as insulation, but Platzer soon realised that it had potential as a structural building material. AAC is made from a mix of sand, water, cement and lime. The mix is then poured into moulds and left to harden. Once hardened, the blocks are cut to size and placed in an autoclave, where they are exposed to high temperatures and pressure. This process gives AAC its unique properties: it is lightweight yet strong, fireproof and thermally insulating.

Today, AAC is manufactured on large-scale production lines using highly mechanized processes. The raw materials are measured and mixed automatically, before being poured into moulds. The moulds are then moved into the autoclave where they are heated under steam at around 1 atmosphere of pressure and temperatures of between 100-130°C.  After autoclaving, the blocks are cut to required size by the cutting machine. The finished AAC blocks are then packaged ready for transportation.

The advantages of AAC

There are many advantages of using AAC in construction. Some of these benefits include:

AAC is a very strong and durable material. It has a high compressive strength and can withstand high temperatures, making it ideal for use in construction.

AAC is also an excellent insulator. It has a low thermal conductivity and can help to keep buildings cooler in hot weather and warmer in cold weather. This can save on energy costs and make buildings more comfortable to live in.

AAC is fire resistant. It does not burn and emits little smoke when it is exposed to fire. This makes it an ideal material for use in construction, where safety is a paramount concern.

AAC is environmentally friendly. It is made from natural materials and does not release any harmful chemicals into the atmosphere. AAC can also be recycled, making it a sustainable choice for construction projects.

In South Korea, Teeyer Intelligent once again achieved a company milestone. Mid 2021, with the help of Teeyer Intelligent, the autoclaved aerated concrete production line of the South Korean ES Group achieved a onetime trial production success, which is the first turnkey project in South Korea making use of an AAC production line imported from China. Teeyer Intelligent has written a new chapter for the journey of globalization.

The main product of TEEYER is the whole line equipment for AAC block and panel production. TEEYER aims to provide customers with satisfactory overall solution for wall material products.

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