Still in its pilot stages, Comoroz is currently exploring autoclaved aerated concrete.
Autoclaved aerated concrete, commonly referred to as “AAC” is a type of precast concrete composed of organic raw ingredients. It was originally conceived in Sweden in the 1920s, when an architect first merged the conventional concrete mixture of sand, line cement and water cement, with a miniature amount of aluminum powder. The aluminum powder operates as an enlargement instrument that triggers the concrete to soar, somewhat like bread dough. The outcome is a concrete that comprises roughly 80 percent air. AAC concrete usually is made into blocks or slabs and is utilized to build mortared walls in an approach comparable to that employed for standard concrete block construction.