Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC)
Aerated Autoclaved Concrete (AAC) is one of the many well-known and widely used building materials in the world. It has many advantages and benefits, not only in terms of construction, but maintenance, and energy costs. However, the most important and critical benefits of AAC lie within its fire resistance and environmentally friendly characteristics.
Residential homes and low and high-rise structures and those with significant temperature swings are ideal applications for AAC. Buildings that use AAC require less steel and concrete for structural members due to their reduced density. Because there are fewer seams, less mortar is required when installing AAC blocks. Similarly, because of AAC's dimensional accuracy, less material is needed for depiction. AAC's improved thermal performance makes it suited for usage in hot climates since it eliminates the need for separate building and insulation materials, resulting in quicker construction and lower construction costs.
AAC’s biggest manufacturers and consumers are currently China, Central Asia, India and the Middle East. A common characteristic of these countries is their warmer climates. In order to be suitable for Canada's severe weather conditions, the formulation of the currently popular AAC needs to be modified.
KANTEX continues to outperform alternatives in terms of its thermal efficiency, acoustic properties, and environmental friendliness. Hence why the AAC market has been expanding recently all over the world. However, Canada and parts of North America have not been quick to adapt to these new building materials and it is leading to the high emissions being released into the earth’s atmosphere paired with extremely high construction costs. With an increased demand for real estate development due to the low supply of affordable homes in parts of Canada, KANTEX can be a step toward reducing both Canada’s environmental footprint and construction costs.
In comparison to other major options, KANTEX is more environmentally friendly, recyclable, strong, and energy and thermally efficient. It also improves indoor air quality because it is resistant to pests and mould and emits fewer gases into the atmosphere. The lack of designated green building materials for existing structures in Canada is intriguing. It would be a fantastic chance for us to advertise our environmentally friendly products, which will benefit the environment in Canada.
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