MATERIAL Sustainability

Starken AAC is sustainable material and contained up to 20% of recycled materials.  It provides long life span and is also recyclable,  making it an exceptionally green building material.   Taking into consideration the dynamics of the building requires a “Total Approach”  that considers each component and element of a building.  This “ Total Approach”  is rather complex,  which requires architects, designer, engineers, suppliers and last not least, product manufacture to think creatively using system integration throughout their product  portfolio.   Due to its key physical properties,   Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) is already in the frontline for adding value to the green building concept.

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Starken AAC products are manufactured in standard sizes for ease installation and compliance to Industrial Building System (IBS) requirement.

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Starken AAC production incorporates recycled material and employs strict waste minimization scheme while the transport fleet use less fuel (energy) to deliver goods to job sites.

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Starken AAC products have better dimensional tolerances, can be cut easily and accurately. Consequently, superior finishing can completed walls meeting CIDB’s QLASSIC requirement can be achieved. Available in sizes larger than conventional bricks/blocks, Starken AAC products can be erected up to 3 times faster than brick wall.

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Starken AAC products are not only lightweight technology, but also provide high-performance features such as thermal comfort, energy saving, high-impact, water & fire resistance.

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Starken AAC blocks are fully applicable for recycling to create new construction materials. Building made of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete can be altered easily according to specifications to avoid the hassle of demolishing and rebuilding.