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Acoustic Autoclaved Concrete

 

 

ACOUSTIC AUTOCLAVED CONCRETE TAMES
UNWANTED NOISE !

A Cost Effective Alternative for the silencing of Engine-Generators and Packaged Power Systems

 

What is AAC? 

Acoustic Autoclaved Concrete (AAC) is a revolutionary building material produced from inorganic materials - lime, sand, cement and water and offers many advantages over conventional building materials. Virtually no other solid building material offers better workability than AAC.  And like wood, AAC can be cut or sawed, drilled, nailed and milled easily.  AAC can be field-cut accurately and wiring chases and switch outlets drilled precisely.

Thermal-Acoustic Properties

A distinct benefit of acoustic autoclaved concrete construction over conventional construction is itsí excellent thermal-acoustic properties. This exceptional energy performance for both acoustical and thermal efficiency is achieved through the generic AAC modulus of section. AACís porous structure provides high acoustic/vibration dampening for noise control and very low thermal conductivity (U-value); resulting in a structure that has a R-20 equivalent rating for an 8" thick wall!

Fire Resistance

Because of itsí inorganic structure, AAC is non- combustible - even when exposed directly to fire. An 8" wall, without any finishing materials, provides a 6 hour fire rating - exceeding even the most stringent requirements of the Standard Building Code and offering effective protection against loss of property and life.

Features and Benefits
 

  Product Available Dimensions, inches (cm) Strength
Class
1 AAC - Precision Block
(Handholds 8 inch wide
blocks or greater)
Length:
Height:
Thickness:
23.9"(60.8)
7.9"(20)
3"(7.5), 4"(10), 4.5"(11.5), 6"(15), 8"(20), 10"(25), 12"(30)
AC2
AC4
AC6
2 AAC - Tongue and Groove Precision Block
(Handholds 8 inch wide
blocks or greater)
Length:
Height:
Thickness:
23.9"(60.8)
7.9"(20)
3"(7.5), 4"(10), 4.5"(11.5), 6"(15), 8"(20), 10"(25), 12"(30)
AC2
AC4
AC6
3 AAC - Modular Block
with tongue and groove ends
Length:
Height:
Thickness:
23.9"(60.8)
23.7"(60)
4"(10), 6"(15), 8"(20), 10"(25), 12"(30)
AC2
AC4
AC6
4 AAC - Lintel Length:
Height:
Thickness:
96"(245) max
7.9"(20)
3"(7.5), 4"(10), 4.5"(11.5), 6"(15), 8"(20), 10"(25), 12"(30)
AC2
AC4
AC6
5 AAC - U-Block Length:
Height:
Thickness:
23.9"(60.8)
7.9"(20)
8"(20), 10"(25), 12"(30)
AC4
6 AAC - Clean-out Block Length:
Height:
Thickness:
7.9"(20)
7.9"(20)
8"(20), 10"(25), 12"(30)
AC4
7 AAC - Interior Wall Panel Length:
Height:
Thickness:
23.9"(60.8)
120"(305) max
3"(7.5), 4"(10), 4.5"(11.5), 6"(15)
AC4
8 AAC - Loadbearing Wall Panel Length:
Height:
Thickness:
23.9"(60.8) max
116"(294.6) max
 8"(20), 10"(25), 12"(30)
AC2
AC4
AC6
9 AAC - Floor Panel Length:
Height:
Thickness:
240"(609) max
23.9"(60.8) max
8"(20), 10"(25), 12"(30)
AC4
AC6
10 AAC - Roof Panel Length:
Height:
Thickness:
240"(609) max
23.9"(60.8) max
8"(20), 10"(25), 12"(30)
AC2
AC4
AC6
bullet Acoustically Superior
bullet Durable
bullet Fire Rated
bullet Energy Efficient
bullet Non-Rusting
bullet Vermin and Pest Resistant

 

bullet Economical
bullet Weather Resistant
bullet Hurricane Resistant
bullet Impact Resistant
bullet Corrosion Resistant
bullet Maintenance Free
Let a qualified AEC engineer assistyou to establish an effective design.
Let our 30 years of experience with NOISE make your job easier.
 

 

ENGEN / COGEN ENCLOSURES:

 

FROM . . .

 

ARCHITECTURALLY & ENVIRONMENTALLY COMPATABLE
  TO . . .
VAULT RATED / BALLISTIC HARDENED
TO . . .

OR, ALL UNIFIED INTO A SINGLE SYSTEM !

 
bullet ACOUSTICALLY SUPERIOR
bullet ECONOMICAL / COST EFFECTIVE
bullet 8-INCH SECTION FIRE RATED
AT OVER 6-HOURS (8-HOURS. ISO)
bullet 8-INCH SECTION HAS INTRINSIC R-20
NO ADDITIONAL INSULATION REQUIRED
bullet TOTAL CORROSION RESISTANCE
bullet BALLISTIC RESISTANT (BULLET PROOF)
bullet QUICK AND EASY INSTALLATION
bullet TURNKEY SYSTEM AVAILABLE


 

INTEGRATED EPG BUILDING SYSTEMS

 

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Last modified: March 03, 2011