Thursday Oct 19

Regulated Internal Temperature

Buildings constructed with AAC tend to be cooler in summer and warmer in winter as compared to clay or fly ash bricks. As a result, with the use of Ecolite AAC blocks, the air conditioning or heating required for interiors is reduced and further makes the use of additional thermal insulation unnecessary. Ecolite AAC blocks also are better than fly ash bricks. Although an eco-friendly material, fly ash bricks absorb more heat, making the temperature much warmer.

Energy Savings

Ecolite AAC blocks also assist in reducing energy costs considerably. Owing to moderated interior temperatures because of its unique properties, the demand on power facilities to heat or cool a room is reduced, leading to lower monthly energy consumption bills. On an average, the savings on cooling an AAC building is well upto 35% compared to constructions made from traditional materials. Thus Ecolite AAC blocks improves the comfort of living for occupant and reduces power consumptions at the same time.

Mold Resistance

A persistent concern has always been the formation of mold and fungi growth due to moisture lockage in constructions over a period of time. Ecolite AAC blocks made with inorganic materials does not allow growth of mold in the structure, thus ensuring better quality of living and reduced maintenance costs.

Improved Indoor Air Quality

Considering that most of the time is spent indoors, it is essential to ensure healthy quality of air for the occupant. Ecolite AAC block is an inorganic material that contains no toxic substances and does not decompose or off-gas. This maintains better quality of indoor air.