cement consumption in aac blocks

Quantity of Cement Consumption per M 3 wall with 1:6: 0.5 bag of Cement: 1.4 bag of Cement: 11: Construction Time per mason: Very High due to bigger in Size , light weight , less no of Joints: Comparatively lower: 12: Chemical Composition: Fly ash used app. 60 % which reacts with binders (Lime & Cement) to form AAC which is an inert material

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    AAC Blocks Advantages amp Disadvantages in Construction

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