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Question 4: What’s the features of CLC?
2015/5/21

1. Lightweight: Dry bulk density 300 kg/m^3 -1500kg/m^3 , 1/8-1/2 as light as common concrete, imposing a minimum loading on the building, excellent in earthquake resistance.

2. High Compression Strength: compressive strength ranging from 0.6 MPa to 25 MPa, 4 times as traditional aerated concrete.

3. Thermal Insulation: Low thermal conductivity, good heat preservation and good thermal insulation.

4. Impermeability: Low water-intake rate and high impermeability.

5. Energy-saving: permanent measure of energy-saving, coming up to 65% of the requirement of the National Building Energy Saving specifications.

6. Labour-saving and Time-saving: Smooth and level in wall surface after solidification. The procedure of interior wall plastering can be omitted, direct roughening, paint filling, coating and wall bricking are practicable.

7. Close Associativity: The combination between cast –in-place and foundation architecture ensure fastness instead of generating common Faults of quality as hollowness, peeling, unevenness, collapse, crack, etc ., due to the main raw material of LP foamed concrete being cement .

8. Good Totality: one-off cast can well join such structures as cast cast-in-situfloor slab, mortar bed, column and beam bottom, etc.. Without producing cracks and interruptions.

9. High Durability: LP foamed concrete cast-in-situ of walls ensures the same warranty as the main construction .

10. Comprehensive Low Cost: LP foamed concrete proves the advantages of comprehensive low cost and high rate of progress compared with clay bricks, baking-free bricks and steaming-free aerated concrete blocks.

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