Fly Ash Bricks

It’s a Proven fact that Fly ash bricks which is made with following the BIS standards in India are 100 % reliable and long lasting than normal red clay bricks of any other conventional building material.

1.  Flyash bricks are light weight material compared to clay bricks, so it is suitable for multi storey building, Less weight means Less stress on building , safety assured.

2.  Low absorption of heat, FAB (fly ash bricks) absorbs less heat than normal bricks, it keeps your building cool even in summer, hence most suitable for Indian conditions.

3.  Uniform shape – hence no plastering required if used for compound wall or godowns.

4.  Less mortar required in construction, because all bricks are machine made and even in shape.

5.  High compressive strength compared to normal bricks – No more wastages during transport.

6.  Less porous, absorbs very little water, whereas burnt clay bricks absorbs more water during construction. Saves money on water during construction and even keeps your building strong during rainy seasons.

7.  High Strength-can be used for load bearing walls.

8.  Plaster of Paris, Putty can be applied directly without a backing coat of plaster.

Readymade Compound Wall

Precast concrete is a construction product manufactured by casting concrete in a reusable mould or "form" which is then cured in a specially-controlled environment factory. It is then transported to the construction site ready to be installed, often as it is lifted off the truck, it is fixed into place. Stunning finished results can be achieved by adding colouring agents and/ or using textured moulds to produce intricate 3D effects.

The benefits in using Precast concrete products for your building design project or structure are:

1.  The concrete of superior quality is produced as it is possible to have better technical control on the production of concrete in factory.

2.  It is not necessary to provide joints in the precast construction.

3.  The labour required in the manufacturing process of the precast units can easily be trained.

4.  The moulds employed for preparing the precast units are of steel with exact dimension in all directions. These moulds are more durable and they can be used several times.

5.  The precast articles may be given the desired shape and finish with accuracy.

6.  The precast structures can be dismantled, when required and they can then be suitably used elsewhere.

7.  The transport and storage of various components of concrete for cast in situ work are eliminated when precast members are adopted.

8.  When precast structures are to be installed, it is evident that the amount of scaffolding and formwork is considerably reduced.

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