About A Bare Fact
More than 80% of power generated in India is from thermal power stations. Ash content of 40-50% in coal generates nearly 130 million tonnes of flyash every year, reaching upto 200 million tonnes by the year 2018.
Besides air and water pollution, the disposal of this flyash results in extensive land wastage. Today, there is an urgent need of well planned programmes for the proper management of flyash to protect our perilously imbalanced environment. Research & development indicates that bricks, portland pozzolana cement, sintered aggregates, tiles, light weight aggregates and hollow blocks can be produced using this flyash as raw material. The properties of the materials made from flyash have been found to be better than conventional materials for use in construction work. Besides these uses, flyash can be utilised for backfilling of mines, lining irrigation canals, agriculture, aggregates in road construction etc.
About A Bare Fact
Eco Vision Flyash Bricks & Blocks are made using BIS 12894-1990 revised 2002 specification
Fal-G (flyash-lime-gypsum) is a technological renaissance of age-old pozzolanic chemistry, proven for its longevity for thousands of years. A process of blending flyash, lime/cement and calcined gypsum for making a useful product, named Fal-G has been developed. Flyash lime mix is mixed in predetermined proportions with calcined gypsum which produces-Fal-G having strong binding proportions and can be used as a cement. It can be mixed with sand and I or aggregate to produce building blocks of any desired strength. Approved, accepted and promoted by various Government agencies like BMTPC, SERC, HUDCO, DDA etc., these products have substituted the conventional products used for construction.