Foam concrete

Many customers may not know what is foam concrete? Where can I use foam concrete?
There are also some customers for foam concrete awareness, foam concrete mixing equipment for roof insulation, and pouring of wall castings and cellular lightweight concrete blocks.
Foam concrete, also known as cellular lightweight concrete, is a lightweight mortar made of water, Portland cement, fine sand, or fly ash alone and prefabricated foam. Foam is produced by a foam generator using a blowing agent. The air content is usually between 40% and 80% of the total volume. Bubble diameters range from 0.1 to 1.5 mm. Foam concrete differs from (a) gas or aerated concrete in that bubbles are chemically formed by reacting aluminum powder with calcium and other alkali oxides released by the hydration of cement, and (b) entrained with air Durability of air concrete volume concrete.
Foam concrete application:
1. Foamed concrete used for insulation of slabs or freezers on bricks, bricks or in the field, or used as a non load-bearing wall for RCC / steel structures or building load-bearing walls.
Foam concrete fire rating than brick or dense concrete is much better.
3. Fill excess sewer, abandoned basement, storage tanks, tunnels, subways with lower strength materials.
4. Fill arch arched shoulder wall.
5. Backfill to the retaining wall and abutment.
6. Stabilize soils, such as embankment slopes.
7. Foamed concrete enters the tunnel.
Application of foam cement machine:
Cast-in-wall
2. Exterior insulation.
3. Insulation roofing.
Hot floor
5. Vertical beam foundation ditch filling.
6. Sound insulation and firewall.
Playground and track construction.
Sound insulation layer, tunnel lining.
9. cellar, basement and arch stuffing.
10. Sewer and drainage filling.
Elevated floor level.
12. Tank and tank building.
Platform to fill and repair.
14. Garden and rockery.
15. Foam concrete blocks.
16. Foam concrete precast, hollow wall casting.