Mepcrete AAC blocks are more competitive than conventional bricks. AAC blocks help in saving overall construction costs. Consistent quality of Mepcrete AAC blocks has brought ample advantages to modern construction. 80% of the volume of an AAC block is air. We manufacture the AAC blocks in a variety of sizes. From lightweight blocks to jumbo blocks to AAC tool kits, we have it all. The raw materials we use to manufacture the AAC blocks are cement, sand, fly ash, gypsum, lime and water.
The key ingredient to manufacture AAC blocks is fly ash or pond ash. Fly ash is mixed with water to form fly ash slurry. Slurry thus formed is mixed with other ingredients like lime powder,know more +
As the name implies, AAC Nano blocks are small sized blocks. They are extremely small and are used to fill up empty spaces or groves. It is lightweight and ensures easy flexibility and durability.know more +
We at Mepcrete manufacture AAC roof tiles. These tiles are made from a durable water-shedding material that most often lasts the lifetime of a building. AAC roof tiles have a weather coating shield.know more +
AAC jumbo blocks are unreinforced solid pieces for adjustments in doors, windows or ends in the wall panel system. It can be used on load bearing and non-load bearing walls.know more +
AAC lintels are reinforced elements similar to panels. They are precast beams used to cover windows, doorways and other openings on both load and non-load bearing masonry walls.know more +
We also manufacture broken AAC blocks called AAC rubble. AAC broken blocks are best alternative to lightweight cinder, coal lumps, burnt tar lumps and other filling materials.know more +
For thorough and effective AAC blocks installation, use our AAC tool kit. Our tool kit provides the most cost effective AAC installation. Let’s take a look at what comes in the Mepcrete AAC tool kit.know more +