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nodullär  aggregates are round in shape with matt texture,  ivory white in  color  with a  cellular structure inside , are pelletized and  processed  resulting in light ,porous,aerated modules with a tough outer shell aggregates ,used for lightweight roof treatment for waterproofing and heat insulation .

Each of the  nodullär  balls also acts to form of geometric barrier which helps to displace and irradiates heat over a larger surface area the air entrapped thus , reduces the rate of heat  transfer compared with dense, natural aggregates. Resulting  the use of nodullär    in concrete improves, (i.e. reduces) the thermal conductivity. Therefore , the thermal properties of nodullär  have been used widely to improve thermal insulation in buildings and structures.  

Advantages of nodullär  :

# 100% eco-friendly/green material 

# Light Weight,aids in internal curing   

#  Enhanced Geometrical Advantage 

# Good  Compressive Strength

# Excellent thermal  properties                                  

 #  soundproofing, fire resistance properties

 # Less Water Absorption   

# Reduction  of  dead loads 

 #   High Durability, Long-lasting     

# Easy to apply

IC( Internal curing) is the process where increased hydration of cement occurs because of the availability of additional internal moisture /water that is not part of the mixing water. Typically concrete has been cured from the outside IC is process  occurs curing from the inside out. Internal water is supplied via internal reservoirs found in wetting lightweight aggregates. Time dependant improvement in the properties  of  mineral based light weight aggregates is greater than with normal weight aggregates. The reason is better hydration of the cementious materials provided by moisture available from the slowly released reservoir of absorbed water within the pores of light weight aggregates

 Application of nodullär 

 Waterproofing cum Roof Insulation

# Lightweight Roof / Floor fill

# Drainage for Roof Gardening /Landscaping  

# Light Weight Concrete 

# Cavity Wall Filling                           

 #  Precast (blocks/walls) elements