Buildings constructed of HEBEL AAC provide substantial energy savings in both hot and cold climates. The unique closed celluar structure and the thermal mass contribute to a high R-value and air-tightness which reduce heating and cooling costs and improve indoor air quality. Buildings have seen a savings on air conditioning of up to 35% by using HEBEL AAC.
Increased installation efficiency with a
faster construction timeline and smaller
crew than typical building systems. An
experienced crew of eight can set
2,400 square foot of wall space and
3,600 square foot of floor space with
one small crane per day.
Faster build time.
Why build with Hebel?
Hebel floor panels installed
Hebel gives you more peace and quiet. HEBEL AAC's high surface mass dampens mechanical vibration energy; it functions as a sound insulation and absorption barrier to deliver quieter buildings. Once finished with other traditional construction materials, such as stucco, plaster, brick and drywall, Autoclaved Aerated Concrete can meet industry STC requirements.
Better Acoustic Quality.
With the incorporation of wire rebar cages, Hebel AAC can be engineered for load-bearing applications. The thin bed mortar applied between units works like an adhesive creating a bond between units that is stronger than the material alone. Hebel AAC is up to 4 times lighter than traditional concrete, representing great advantages in transportation and material handling. Plus you will see a huge reduction in your home owners insurance.
hour fire rated sheetrock is fully penetrated within 37 seconds. Under the same test conditions, an 8” block Hebel AAC wall maintains its structural integrity and the water hose instead cleans the Hebel AAC wall.
Qualifies for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) points from United States Green Building Council (USGBC) because Hebel does not emit gasses or particles that contribute to indoor air pollution