Aerated concrete

Aerated concrete

Aerated concrete is a widely used building material around the world. We have already developed a number of systems and lines for different areas. Each system is individually tailored to the requirements and our goal is to analyze all relevant parameters with the client and to implement a high-performance system.

We stand for quality, continuity, innovation & trustworthiness. You can completely trust our processes.

The analysis and final installation processes are extremely important. We rely on more than 35 years of experience in the development of such aerated concrete plants. Details are recorded using a specific process developed by KB Engineering GmbH and these are incorporated into the development.

Our Advantages

Our qualified processes make our developed systems something special.

Excerpts from our developed systems

Below you can see some pictures of our installed systems. However, this is only an excerpt, as we are subject to confidentiality on most of our projects.

Bilder unterschiedlicher Porenbetonprodukte

In our system concepts, the following different products come off the conveyor belt:
  • Plan stones
  • U-cups
  • Plan elements
  • Assembly components (load-bearing elements)
  • floor height
  • Wall elements
  • Falls
  • O-stones
  • Insulation panels

Our spectrum ranges from small production lines to high-performance systems with a capacity of up to 2,200 m³/day. The aim is to design the plants as climate-neutrally as possible and to equip them with their own energy supply in order to be as independent as possible from the local energy network.

Clarifying your needs together with you forms the basis for successful project development. By taking into account the local infrastructure conditions, we develop a factory concept in which, in addition to the product variety, energy aspects are also taken into account in order to achieve the best yield results for you.

The needs analysis is followed by the creation of a detailed requirements and tender document, including a description and 3D representation of complex system areas. The visualization of process steps often illustrates the process functions and provides information about the achievable cycle time/cycle time for complex movement sequences. These results are then used in the final layout and machine design.