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Addage Soluble Oil For AAC Blocks - Sakshi Chem Sciences Private Limited

Addage Soluble Oil is used in manufacturing echo friendly products like light weight Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Blocks..

Having competitive market of AAC, to minimize the cost of production and percentage of reduction in rejection of moulds, enhance us to develop different grades of soluble oils. 

These oils play important role in controlling rate of reactions between various ingredient like lime, silica, cement from fly ash etc. to meet the growing demands of today and future for ever evolving construction industry, We have developed a product called ADDAGE SOLUBLE OIL.

In manufacturing AAC block, during casting or green stage, controlling rate of reaction between various raw materials like aluminium powder, quick lime and silica from fly ash and cement etc is predominant to the stability of mould. 

ADDAGE SOLUBLE OIL is a liquid admixture miscible in water and designed to suit the different quality of fly ash.

ADDAGE SOLUBLE OIL catalyst as well as retardant based on fineness of fly ash quality. Chromium based De– oxidants are hazardous to health and banned for their carcinogenic nature in domestic use. 

ADDAGE SOLUBLE OIL contents a Plasticizer either a non-surface active polymer or usually a blend of all to improve the separation of particles and to prevent settling group of light particles available in raw materials like Fly Ash, Aluminium Powder, and quick Lime Etc.

It also contains mixture of some polymer to enhance Strength of cell walls at wet stage inside the mass during reaction between water and Metal Powder as well as liberation of H2 gas by increasing the surface tension of mass.

Surface tension plays a very important role as barrier in mould shrinkage as impurities like High carbon in fly ash affects the rate of reaction between various reactants like Lime (from cement & mixture) and Silica ( From Cement & Fly ash) which results in 1:1 nm Tobermorite( Calcium Silicate Hydrate ) which is principal final product (due to reaction between silicate phases of Portland cement and water) of AAC. 

Improper mixing of various ingredients in the formulation may results in unreactive Calcium Hydroxide which gives less than optimum block strength and also Lattice Shrinkage.

Benefits:
  1. Reduction in Mould shrinkage related Rejections
  2. Not hazardous to health like chrome based de- oxidant
  3. Sustainable and eco friendly product
  4. Increased profitability by increasing productivity and reducing percentage rejection.
Technical Specification:

1) Ph:                                    > 10
2) Appearance:                      Hazy Liquid
3) Odour:                             Characteristic
4) Fire& Hazard explosion:    Non - Inflammable
5) Sp.gravity:                         0.98 -1.02
6) Viscosity At15 Deg C:                 10 - 20 sec by B4 Cup Method.

Directions To Use:

Shake Well before use. ADDAGE SOLUBLE OIL is to be mix after pouring Slurry & water in to the mixture but  before dry material for homogeneous mixing in the mix. ADDAGE SOLUBLE OIL works at room temperature.

Dosage:  3 Ltrs Per Meter Cube.

Packaging: - 200 Ltrs Barrel

Storage: - 
Store at room temperature and keep away from strong Oxidizer like Potassium Permanganate and combustible material.

Shelf Life: - 12 Months from the date of manufacturing.

Sakshi Chem Sciences Private Limited

Mr. Sandip Agrawal
2nd Floor, Vishal Furniture,
Opposite Police Station, Sitabuldi
Nagpur - 440 012, Maharashtra , India

Phone: +(91)-(712)-2980028, 9422 146 423
Email: enquiry@sakshichemsciences.com
 


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