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Fly Ash Bricks

Fly Ash Bricks

8.25 INR/Piece

Product Details:

  • Bricks Type Fly-Ash Bricks
  • Color Gray
  • Size Standard
  • Shape Rectangular
  • Feature Non-Polluting
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Price And Quantity

  • 8.25 INR/Piece
  • 10000 Piece

Product Specifications

  • Rectangular
  • Gray
  • Standard
  • Non-Polluting
  • Fly-Ash Bricks

Trade Information

  • Cash Advance (CA)
  • 10000 Piece Per Day
  • 1-7 Days
  • Tamil Nadu

Product Description

Fly ash bricks are building materials made from a mixture of fly ash, cement, sand, and water. Fly ash is a byproduct of coal combustion and is collected from the exhaust of coal-fired power plants. The use of fly ash in construction has been gaining popularity due to its numerous advantages.Fly ash bricks are known for their high compressive strength, low water absorption, and durability. They are lightweight and have good insulation properties, which make them ideal for construction in areas with seismic activity. Fly ash bricks also have a lower carbon footprint compared to traditional clay bricks, as they require less energy to manufacture and emit fewer greenhouse gases.


1. What are the benefits of using fly ash bricks?

The benefits of using fly ash bricks include: increased strength and durability, reduced water absorption, improved thermal insulation, increased fire resistance, reduced carbon footprint, and cost savings. Fly ash bricks are also lighter than clay bricks, making them easier to transport and handle. 

2. Are fly ash bricks eco-friendly?

Yes, fly ash bricks are considered eco-friendly due to their reduced environmental impact. Fly ash is a by-product of coal-fired power plants, and is often disposed of in landfills. By using fly ash to make bricks, this material is recycled and repurposed, reducing the amount of waste in landfills. Additionally, fly ash bricks require less energy to produce than clay bricks.

3. What are the drawbacks to using fly ash bricks?

The main drawback of fly ash bricks is their cost. Fly ash bricks are more expensive than clay bricks due to their complex production process. Additionally, fly ash bricks are not as aesthetically pleasing as clay bricks, and are not as widely available. 

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New No 1, Alwarpet Street, Alwarpet,Chennai - 600018, Tamil Nadu, India
Mr ARUN J (Proprietor)
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