Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) (Beton Cellulaire) was produced in terms of industrial means in Sweden for the first time in 1923,and later on developed in Germany. For its superior features, AAC (Beton Cellulaire) is now widely used in almost all types of modern building constructions.
AAC (Beton Cellulaire) building products can be used for all applications including every type of masonry walls, roofs and floors. AAC (Beton Cellulaire) is largely preferred specifically in many developed countries such as Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Japan, USA, Australia and Gulf countries (GCC) such as U.A.E., Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Kingdom of Bahrain, Qatar and Sultanate of Oman.
AAC (Beton Cellulaire) is lightweight concrete that is produced under special circumstances, by adding aluminium paste which creates a porous shape into the mixture of cement, finely grounded quartz sand, gypsum, water and limestone. AAC (Beton Cellulaire) is a very firm and the most durable construction material that provides heat insulation by its porous texture, security against earthquakes through its lightweight structure, and safety against fire by i t s n on - f lammable feature.
This very precise material AAC (Beton Cellulaire) that is easily processed by not harming the environment at all has the characteristics of being produced very accurately in terms of dimensions.
Furthermore, it enables you save money in transportation, workmanship, use of steel and cement. That’s why AAC (Beton Cellulaire) is largely used in residential, industrial, commercial, social and public constructions.
EACICO has been manufacturing as per DMS 1 Part 3 in accordance with DIN 4164, DIN 4165, DIN 4166 and DIN 4223 Standards since 1994 and has TS-EN ISO 9001:2000, CE-EN 771-4 Quality Systems and has been awarded by TS-EN ISO 9001 quality assurance system.