Cookie Img
Home » Products » Autoclave Aerated Concrete Plant

Autoclave Aerated Concrete Plant

Incepted in the year 1991, we are engaged in the business of manufacturing and exporting a superb range of Autoclave Aerated Concrete Plant like AAC Plant, AAC Production Line and AAC Block. These plants are used for making concrete blocks in different dimensions and thicknesses. We employ advance machines and quality approved materials to manufacture these plants, in accordance with industry set norms and standards. Our plants are replete with numerous attributes like energy efficiency, user friendly design and advanced service life.
564
AAC Plant, which stands for Autoclave Aerated Concrete Plants, are assemblies that are brought to use in the manufacturing of AAC block, has the full host of parts and machines that allow for a one step solution to make AAQC blocks. Not only are they relatively easy to install and maintain, they also facilitate routing, cutting and sanding in a single facility.
AAC Production Line
close
AAC Production Line
7456
AAC Production Line, as the eponymous name suggests, are production lines and the assembly of tools that are brought to use in manufacturing Autoclaved Aerated Concrete blocks, and happen to be a highly sought after commodity in the construction sector. They house the full set of amenities and tools used in pre-production, production and post-production stages of the whole cycle.
Laxmi AACB
AAC Blocks, which are commonly known as Autoclaved Aerated Concrete blocks, are concrete based, precast, light-weight construction materials, that have emerged as a much more viable and better alternative to conventional bricks. Not only do they offer higher structural strength, they are also known to provide improved insulation, superior fire resistance thanks to their porous structure and mold resistance.
45214
AAC line comprises of AAC plant used for manufacturing aerated concrete blocks which is produced from the reaction between silica & base material like, fly ash or sand, active lime and aluminum power. The lines are made available in latest design finish that provides easy operation interface as well as low maintenance. Offered plant is well equipped with ball mills, pulping and storing units, and mixing, pouring & bottom removing machines. Our AAC Line manufactures any type of blocks including solid and paving options.
AAC Lightweight Block
close
AAC Lightweight Block
laxmi10
Autoclaved Aerated Concrete blocks, which are also known as AAC lightweight blocks, are a form of highly porous, concrete based building materials, usually available in form of blocks, that are known for their far superior strength and insulation. Among the many advantages they offer, better thermal management, increased fire resistance, higher workability and reduced impact on the environment are the most prominent ones.
Autoclaved Cellular Concrete
close
Autoclaved Cellular Concrete
12345
One of the most productive innovations in the domain of construction and, building has been the development of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete block, which thanks to their porous material structure, are also known as lightweight cellular autoclaved blocks. These blocks have experienced a rapid surge in their popularity and are now used widely, thanks to the added assurance of increased strength, better heat management and functional life to an extent.
Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Machinery
close
Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Machinery
4782
The machines that are brought to use in the production process of lightweight, aerated concrete blocks are collectively known as Autoclave Aerated Concrete Machinery. These machines are responsible for carrying out the processes of manufacturing as well as post processing, such as mixing, drying, shaping, cutting and sorting among others, all of whom are regulated by a centralized control system.
AAC Plant Autoclave
close
AAC Plant Autoclave
N.A
AAC Autoclave Plants, as is clearly evident from the name, is the assembly of machines and tools or the whole plant that is brought to use in production of the eponymous autoclaved aerated, lightweight concrete blocks. These plants are an autonomous entity in themselves, as they are accoutered with all the requisite machines that not not only prove to be handy during the initial stages, but also in production and finishing.
Mould Box for AAC Plant
close
Mould Box for AAC Plant
LEFM
Benifite of our AAC Mould Well designed Easy to install & Use High quality row material used which provide more straight Size 4200 X 1260 X 660
AAC Autoclave
close
AAC Autoclave
N.A
The technique of aerated autoclaving to form light weight concrete blocks is accomplished via specially designed machines/apparatus called Autoclaves, which are seemingly hollow chambers where the former process is performed. The tubular structure has a cavity, wherein the raw materials in form of a big mass are placed to undergo the transformation in to their highly perforated form, which are later on, given their final form.
AAC Bucket Elevator
close
AAC Bucket Elevator
LEFB
AAC Bucket Elevators are used in AAC plants to vertically move raw materials up to points of higher elevation, and their mechanism involves scooping the material from the bottom and take them to the hopper installed ahead. Essentially they are employed for vertically hoisting granular materials after being crushed, and are then fed into other machine parts.
AAC Block Manufacturing Unit
close
AAC Block Manufacturing Unit
N.A
In order to streamline the whole operation and manufacturing process of autoclaved, aerated concrete blocks, the whole set of machines employed in the process are condensed into a single unit, that allow for a one place execution of all process requisites. The manufacturing assembly has mixing and grinding units, material handling wares as well as heating and cutting units to finish the whole process in a co-ordinated flow.
Fly Ash Silo For AAC Plant
close
Fly Ash Silo For AAC Plant
LEFM1
In the practice of manufacturing autoclaved aerated concrete blocks, the process of safe storage of raw materials like fly ash is of prime importance,from both commercial viewpoint to preserve the quality of materials as well as safety concerns. Fly Ash Silo for AAC Plants are specially designed to not only contain the health hazards posed by the aforesaid raw materials but also, prevent the quality of those raw materials from deteriorating.
AAC Block Plant Machinery
close
AAC Block Plant Machinery
N.A
The manufacturing of lightweight and perforated concrete blocks is no easy task, and it requires a number of tools and components to work in tandem, and generate positive results, which is why machines are used. The AAC plant machines are employed to execute a wide range of tasks ranging from material handling and movement to grinding, processing and cutting to name a few.
AAC Block Making Plant
close
AAC Block Making Plant
N.A
As far as the process of manufacturing autoclaved aerated concrete blocks is concerned, it can be broadly classified into a number of processes that include pulverizing, grinding, mixing to shaping, autoclaving, cutting and others. This makes it necessary to utilize a specific set of machines specialized to perform different operations, and they are collectively part of the whole plant assigned the task of making such blocks from scratch and also perform the actual manufacturing and execute the finishing task.
Autoclave Light Weight Concrete Blocks Plant
close
Autoclave Light Weight Concrete Blocks Plant
na
Light Weight Concrete Blocks are concrete based, thermally insulating building materials that are used for both external and internal constructions, and are highly appreciated for their material advantages. Not only they pave the way for better thermal management, but also exhibit superior fire resistance, thanks to their rather unique porous structure, alongside their high workability.


Laxmi En-Fab Pvt. Ltd.
25, Nilsin Plot, Near Patel Alloy Steel, Phase-1, GIDC, Vatva, Ahmedabad - 382445, Gujarat, India
Mr. Hitesh A. Patel (Partner)

Product Showcase
Send Inquiry Send SMS
LAXMI EN-FAB PRIVATE LIMITED All Rights Reserved.