Bricks, Blocks & Tiles
At Ashtech, we have an exceptional manufacturing setup to meet the market demand of Bricks, Blocks & Tiles of remarkable quality.
When it comes to construction Bricks, Blocks & Tiles are considered one of the most important categories to watch for. It certainly makes any building or construction solid and reliable and also enhances the life of the building. To create a profound building construction Bricks, Blocks & Tiles used in it must be of high quality standards.
Bricks, Blocks & Tiles manufactured with the use of Fly Ash are of high strength & durability and are made of improved technology. They are light weight and uniform in size and shape. As per requirement, Ashtech can manufacture it at construction site also.
There are so many advantages of Bricks, Blocks & Tiles made with the use of Fly Ash; some of them are described below.
when used in construction also saves
|Sl. No.||Parameter||ACC Block||Clay Block|
|1||Breakage and Utilisation||Negligible breakage almost 100% utilisation is possible||Average 10 to 12% breakage, so 100% utilisation not possible|
|2||Quality||Uniform and consistent||Normally varies|
|3||Carpet Area||More due to less thickness of walling material||Comparitively low|
|4||Soil Consumption||Zero soil consumption. Primary raw materials for AAC blocks is fly ash. This fly ash is ndustrial waste generated by coal based thermal power plants||One sq. ft of carpet area with clay brick walling will consume 25.5 kg of top soil|
|5||Fuel Consumption||One sq. ft of carpet area with AAC blocks will consume 1 kg of pet coke with controlled bricks emission.||One sq. ft of carpet area with clay brick will consume 8 kg of coal without any contrl on emissions.|
|6||CO2 Emission||One sq. ft of carpet area will emit 2.2kg of CO2||One sq. ft of carpet area will emit 17.6 kg of CO2|
|7||Energy Saving||Approximately 30% fro heating and cooling||None|
|8||Raw Material||Fly ash, Sand, Cement, POP, Gypsum & Aluminium||Valuable Top Soil and Coal|
|9||Breakage||Very less breakage||About 20-25%|
|10||Heat Insulation||Very good insulation||Poor insulation in comparision to AAC|