1. What is CLC?
CLC is called as Cellular Light Weight Concrete and it is also called as Foam Concrete. Cellular Light Weight Concrete (CLC) is a version of lightweight concrete that is produced like normal concrete under ambient conditions. It is produced by initially making slurry of Cement, Sand (optional), Fly-Ash & Water, which is further mixed with the addition of pre-formed stable foam. The Concrete is pumped into assembled moulds of blocks. The foam imparts free flowing characteristics to this slurry due to ball bearing effect of foam bubbles enabling it to easily flow into all corners and compact by itself in the moulds/forms without requiring any kind of vibration or compaction. Good Curing gives strength and dimensional stability to Bricks. Bricks are cured either by Water Curing or Steam Curing procedure.
2. What are the Raw Materials?
Raw Materials for making CLC Bricks / Blocks would be Cement, Fly-Ash / Sand, Foam, Water & Lime (If-Needed).
3. Is the Foaming Agent Available continuously and where should we get from?
Foaming Agent is continuously available from Nanolite in whatever quantities required.
4. What about Density?
Densities range of CLC would be between 400 – 1800 kg/m3 which are used for various applications.
5. What about Curing?
Curing of the Bricks / Blocks can be done by either Water Curing for 2 to 3 weeks or by Steam Curing for 8 Hours.
6. Steam Curing Plant
These Plants are generally suitable for Higher Production Capacities and the advantages with this system will be Faster Curing, Less Labor, Less Production Cost, Mass / Maximum Production
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