What is CLC?
CLC is known as Cellular Light Weight Concrete and Foam Concrete. This is a light weight concrete developed like any normal concrete under suitable conditions. Blocks of CLC are developed from cement-bonded materials by mixing slurry of cement. Stable and pre-formed foam is injected into the slurry to develop foam concrete.
Worried About The Increasing Costs Of Projects of Construction?
If the answer is yes, then CLC blocks are the right solution for reducing the construction costs. They are cement-bonded materials developed using slurry of cement.
Why A CLC Block Plant Is Essential?
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Process of Developing CLC:
Aqueous foam is developed from the foam generators. It is properly injected into slurry of cement along with fly ash and water to develop varied small air cells that are consistently distributed throughout the concrete. This is developed with high compressive strength up to 200kg/cm2. The amount of air cells available in the concrete shows density as well as strength.