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Ecorex Buildtech Pvt. Ltd.,
Raipur, Chhattisgarh 492001



  • What is EcorexTM?

    A. Ecorex Mix is a perfect blend of high-performance Cement with washed plaster sand. It provides rapid strength gain, high durability and low shrinkage. It is used for horizontal, vertical and overhead plaster and concrete projects. It must be mixed with water and it will reach the structural strength in one hour.

  • Is this a modified cement product?

    A. No, the high-performance properties come from the Cement in the mix.

  • Are Bonding Agents necessary?

    A. Bonding Agents are not required. Proper surface preparation is the main component in achieving a good bond. If Bonding Agents are desired, they should be used as a supplement to good surface preparation, but not as a substitute.

  • Can I blend other products with EcorexTM ?

    A. Blending with other products may give unpredictable results, and is not recommended. The use of its approved additives and various colours are acceptable.

  • What should be the recommended thickness for applying this product?

    A. Only 3-4mm thick layer is good enough for the purpose that provides high bonding strength.

  • How do I mix it?

    A. You should add around 11-14 ltrs. of potable water with a Mortarex TM bag. The use of a mechanical mixer or drill-mounted mixer is recommended. To maximize working time, you should organize work so that all people and equipments are in their desired place before mixing.

  • How do I place and finish it?

    A. You can deploy traditional methods to place and strike-off to desired level. Mortarex TM is fast and does not leak water. Thus, you should apply your final finish immediately after placing. You should organize your tools and people for initiating the work quickly. On Flat work, you should fill to full depth and proceed horizontally. DO NOT place in layers.

  • How do I cure EcorexTM?

    A. The objective of water curing is to maintain a wet surface until the product has achieved sufficient strength. You should begin curing as soon as the surface loses its moist sheen, and continue this for a minimum of 1 hour.

  • How do I prepare the surface?

    A. You should roughen the surface and remove the damaged or contaminated concrete. Ensure that the repair surface is not contaminated by oil, paint, acids, dirt or other materials that will prevent a good bond. You should saturate the repair surface with water immediately prior to placement, and then remove any standing water.

  • How much do I need?

    A. One bag of Mortarex TM yields approximately 1.7 cubic meters.

  • What is the Shelf Life?

    A. Mortarex TM has a Shelf Life of 6 months when stored in a dry location.


  • What is AAC Blocks?

    A.Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) block is a precast, lightweight, mold resistant, cost effective, energy efficient and safe to use. It is specifically designed as a substitute for any building bricks and CLC blocks. Being thermal resistant, these are used in specialty applications like firewalls, sound walls and roof tiling. Ecorex manufactures these at its state-of-the-art production facility deploying world-class German technology in Raipur, Chhattisgarh under the brand name, Ecorex AAC Blocks.

  • Which materials are used to manufacture AAC Blocks?

    A. Cement, Fly Ash and Lime are the vital ingredients used for manufacturing AAC Blocks. They are curated using steam known as Autoclave. These products are certified under the green rating system due to its sustainable material envelope. They provide the advantage of credit points to the developers.

  • Are AAC Blocks environment friendly and certified Green products?

    A.Yes, these AAC Blocks are eco-friendly construction material. They help in conserving and protecting earth’s natural resources, unlike bricks, which consume the top layer of the soil. These are manufactured from Fly ash, which is an industrial waste produced by thermal power plant.

  • How are AAC Blocks different?

    A. Ecorex AAC Blocks are manufactured at the state-of-the-art manufacturing facility deploying semi-automatic German technology. This facility is fully equipped with latest technological innovations, including horizontal curing and green separation. This ensures that our clients receive superior quality products. In addition to these, we also provide our clients with a distinctive feature of Tongue and Groove along with Hand Grips for facilitating fast work, precise alignment and savings on joining mortar.

  • Is AAC Blocks a new product?

    A. AAC Blocks have been in use for over 90 years across the globe. Structures that have been built almost 80 years ago are still intact. However, it is still an evolving product in India.

  • When was AAC Block developed first?

    A. AAC Block was first developed in 1924 in Sweden by an Architectural Science lecturer. He was looking to develop an alternative building material exhibiting properties similar to that of wood, including good thermal insulation, strong structure, convenient to use and fire & termite resistant.

  • How durable is Ecorex AAC Blocks in various conditions?

    A. Durability of Ecorex AAC Blocks has been proven across all climatic conditions right from Northern Ireland to the dusty deserts of the Middle East. AAC Blocks demonstrate resistance to fire, termites, moisture and earthquake. They have a longer shelf life as they don’t decay like woods and bricks. At the same time, the millions of tiny cells in AAC Blocks provide protection from moisture and increases the survival possibilities during an earthquake.

  • What is the Thermal Insulation of Ecorex Blocks?

    A. The K value of Ecorex AAC Blocks is around 0.16W/Mk. This provides a strong thermal insulation of walls with an energy saving of up to 20%.

  • Is Ecorex AAC Blocks wall resistant to the earthquakes?

    A. Yes, Ecorex AAC Blocks are lightweight. Thus, they help absorb the impact of an earthquake on a fixed structure and improve the chances of survival.

  • What are the benefits of Hand Grips and Tongue & Groove?

    A. Hand Grips facilitate easy handling and placing of AAC Blocks. This helps reduce the wastage and aids in quicker completion of work. Tongue and Groove provide an automatic alignment of the wall. This helps eliminate the need to check plumb. In addition to saving time and money, these also help reduce mortar consumption and provide accurate wall.

  • Are AAC Blocks Advisable to use in high rise buildings?

    A. AAC Blocks are highly recommended for high rise buildings due to its light weight. These also help reduce the total dead load of the structure, which directly boosts the structural savings up to 20%.

  • Do AAC Blocks have any strength issue for walls being Lightweight?

    A. The strength of Ecorex AAC Blocks is as per IS: 2185:1984 (Part III). This makes them safe and strong to be used for any non-loading bearing walling applications.


  • Which Exterior Finishes are suitable for Ecorex AAC Blocks?

    A.All kinds of paints and putty can be applied to Ecorex AAC Blocks. Its dimensional precision helps reduce the thickness of plaster by 50%. Ecorex AAC Blocks require natural pre-curing. Every type of cladding is possible for them.

  • Which Interior Finishes are suitable for Ecorex AAC Blocks?

    A. When it comes to the interior, Ecorex AAC Blocks can be manufactured using plaster, POP or any other type of Interior Finish. It makes them easy to cut, chased, sawed and sanded. These AAC Blocks provide an opportunity for unlimited design possibilities.

  • What Special Skills are required for installation for Ecorex AAC Blocks?

    A.Experienced Masons and Labour can install Ecorex AAC Blocks with minimal training. Standard masonry practices, adhering to IS: 1905 (for Brick Masonry) and IS: 6041 (for AAC Block Masonry), are applied in the AAC Blocks’ masonry work. Adequate care should be taken to ensure savings on mortar and plaster. *Kindly refer to best practices guide for further explanation. It is essential to use the right tools to get maximum productivity and quality. Kindly refer to the Tools Section of our website – .

  • Which Special Tools are required for Installation of Ecorex AAC Blocks?

    A. It is important to use the right tools to get maximum productivity and quality to derive the maximum benefit and have contemporary walls. (You may refer to Tools Section for explanation on the Right Tools.)

  • Is It Possible to cut the Ecorex AAC Blocks as per requirement?

    A. Yes, Ecorex AAC Blocks are easy to work with and can be cut as per required dimensions using a saw with carbide tips. *Kindly refer to Smart Tools section for further explanation.

  • Can we do Chasing Conducting and plumbing in AAC Blocks?

    A. Yes, it is certainly possible. Chasing can be done by deploying an experienced hand or machine tools.

  • Will I need any Special Tool for Working Ecorex AAC Blocks?

    A. Daily Tools used in usual masonry work can be used. Special Tools are highly recommended for yielding desired results and increasing productivity.

  • Will my Cost of Construction increase with Ecorex AAC Blocks?

    A. Ecorex AAC Blocks provide a host of smart benefits. They should be considered from the initial design stage to enjoy maximum benefits. Ecorex AAC Blocks provide superior quality walls. Depending on the cost of resources, Life Cycle Cost can be reduced if you use these AAC Blocks as compared to Clay Bricks or CLC Blocks.

  • What is the Weight of Ecorex AAC Blocks?

    A. Ecorex AAC Blocks are designed to be lightweight. For example, 600 X 200 X 100 mm Block will weigh around 7.2 Kgs as compared to a Brick having dimensions of 230 X 115 X 75 mm weighing around 3.57 Kgs.

  • Can I use Ecorex AAC Blocks In Lead Bearing Walls?

    A. Ecorex AAC Blocks are not recommended for Load Bearing Walls.

  • Do I need to soak Ecorex AAC Blocks In water Before use?

    A. Ecorex AAC Blocks need not be soaked in water before or during the laying of walls. In case, the climatic conditions desire so, the top and the sides of the AAC Block may be moistened to prevent absorption of water from the mortar and ensure the development of the required bond with the mortar.

  • Do I need special storage during rainy season?

    A. During rainy season, the Ecorex AAC Blocks should be covered to prevent the extra absorption of water.

  • Do I need to waterproof Ecorex AAC Blocks?

    A. You will need waterproofing only if the walls are constantly exposed to water.

  • How to do curing of Ecorex AAC Blocks masonry?

    A. Since the water absorption coefficient of Ecorex AAC Blocks is very less, it is highly recommended to cure them at the masonry joints only.