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Hebel AAC Building Systems

Hebel AAC Building Systems

Hebel AAC Building Systems are a game-changer in the world of sustainable construction, bringing forth a blend of efficiency, durability, and eco-friendliness that's unparalleled in the industry. At its core, Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC), a lightweight yet robust material, forms the foundation of Hebel's innovative offering. This material sets itself apart with its unique cellular structure, providing a combination of benefits rarely seen in traditional building materials. It's not just about building structures; it's about crafting environments that are energy-efficient, safe, and conducive to well-being. Hebel AAC products stand as a testament to the future of green construction, embodying principles of environmental stewardship while not compromising on performance.

Delving deeper into the features of Hebel AAC Building Systems, one finds an impressive array of qualities that make it an ideal choice for a diverse range of construction projects. From residential homes to commercial buildings and industrial facilities, Hebel AAC's versatility shines through. Its exceptional thermal insulation properties mean that buildings stay warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, leading to significant energy savings. This thermal efficiency is about ten times higher than that of aggregate concrete, a testament to its superior design. Furthermore, its fire-resistant nature, capable of withstanding temperatures up to 1200°C, offers unparalleled safety, making it an optimal material for firewalls and high-risk areas. Hebel AAC also boasts excellent acoustic properties, providing a peaceful and quiet environment, essential in educational and healthcare settings. All these features culminate in a building material that doesn’t just meet the needs of today but paves the way for a more sustainable, cost-effective, and safe future in construction.

Key Features of Hebel AAC Building Systems

  • + Lightweight Composition
  • + Energy Efficiency
  • + Fire and Heat Resistance
  • + Structural Integrity
  • + Non-toxic and Pest resistance
  • + Cost savings
  • + Moisture resistance
  • + Sound insulator

Our Commitment to Providing Hebel AAC Solution

We are dedicated to offering Hebel AAC Building Systems, an innovative solution for sustainable and efficient construction. Our team ensures you receive the highest quality, environmentally friendly AAC products, tailored to your specific project needs.

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Hebel AAC's cellular structure makes it lighter than traditional concrete, simplifying transportation and handling.

AAC is an excellent insulator, which means that it is easy to maintain the internal environment and usually does not require any supplemental insulation when it is used. Autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) is an energy-efficient building material due to its cellular structure, which gives it a thermal efficiency 10 times higher than that of aggregate concrete and two to three times better than clay brick. Consequently, buildings made of AAC are warm in winter and cool in summer. AAC systems also lead to tight building envelopes, reducing air leaks and improving energy efficiency, and physical testing shows heating and cooling savings from 10 to 20 percent compared with conventional frame construction.

Overall, the cellular structure of AAC, its tight building envelopes, and its ability to reduce air leaks and save on heating and cooling costs make it an energy-efficient building material.

The thermal conductivity of AAC is very small, making heat conduction slow and effectively resistant to fires.

Autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) is a good fire-resistant material due to its excellent fire and heat resistance. According to the European Autoclaved Aerated

Concrete Association (EAACA), AAC provides the highest security against fire and meets the most stringent fire safety requirements. AAC is classified as a non-combustible building material because of its purely mineral composition. AAC is both resistant to fire up to 1200°C and heat-resistant, unlike other construction materials. For every square inch of AAC block, you get an hour of protection from flames.

This makes it an ideal solution for firewalls, elevator shafts or any other application where fire protection is a must.

AAC combines insulation properties with structural integrity for walls, floors, and roofs. It is available in a variety of forms and sizes and is a recyclable material. AAC is highly resistant to compression, making construction on several levels possible.

AAC is an inorganic substance that will never burn and will not produce harmful gases even at high temperatures. Additionally, it neither attracts rodents or other pests nor can it be damaged by such. No mold and mildew.

AAC is suitable for people with chemical sensitivities because it does not contain toxic materials.

Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) can help save construction costs in several ways.

AAC is a lightweight material compared to traditional concrete, which makes it easier to transport and handle on-site, resulting in lower labor costs. AAC products come in larger formats (blocks and panels) than traditional building materials, which means fewer pieces are required to construct a wall, further reducing labor costs.

AAC has excellent thermal insulation properties, which means that it can help reduce heating and cooling costs, especially in areas with extreme temperatures. This can result in long-term energy savings for homeowners, making it a worthwhile investment.

AAC can help reduce construction time and save money, due to it larger formats, AAC building systems can reduce the number of pieces required and the amount of mortar, concrete, steel needed for construction. This can help reduce the time needed to construct a building, resulting in lower labor costs and total materials cost.

Overall, while AAC building systems may have a higher initial cost compared to traditional building systems, the long-term cost savings in terms of energy efficiency, maintenance, reduced labor costs, and reduced construction time can make it a cost-effective option for construction.

Due to its internal closed cell structure, water has a hard time to travel through it, making of AAC a high moisture resistance product. Depending on the application and when combined with the proper air barrier and waterproofing, the system will create the best building envelope for any type of projects.

AAC (Autoclaved Aerated Concrete) has acoustic properties due to its unique porous structure. The high surface mass and porous internal structure of AAC result in remarkable sound insulation and absorption qualities. AAC has been shown to be an effective sound barrier in tests conducted on walls made of this material.

AAC has excellent acoustic performance, this makes it an ideal solution for buildings that require sound insulation, such as schools, hospitals, and multi-family housing.

Additionally, AAC products are GREEN, supporting the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) and the U.S. Green Building Council's commitment to sustainability.