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Product Details

Property Description
Material Type Lightweight Concrete
Composition Cement, Lightweight aggregates, and water
Density Ranges from 300 KG/CBM to 1600 KG/CBM
Colour Grey
Strength 10 Mpa to 30 Mpa (varies according to density)
Thermal Conductivity Good insulation properties due to lightweight aggregates
  • Sunken filling
  • Insulation material
  • Soundproofing
  • Lightweight Structural elements
Advantages - Reduced deadload
- Improved thermal insulation
- Easy application
- Can be customized

The light weight concrete’s uses in buildings and infrastructure projects are the smartest choice in many aspects as it is cost saving and time saving and environment friendly. We JB International supply the all types of light weight concrete needs in south India for the projects as the rapid speed solution provider depends the need of the projects.

The usual concrete density is 2200 kg/cbm.The light weight concrete is the concrete with lighter weight than normal structural concrete. It is used for many not structural applications in constructions and buildings as sunken slab filling material and light weight floor filling material as well as the insulator for roof for its special characters which supports constructions in many aspects. The light weight concretes are made with different fillers instead of coarse aggregates which we used for normal concrete.



Light weight cellular concrete used the rigid foam as a filling material which doesn’t have any weights create the voids inside the concrete and makes the concrete light is foam concrete has its own benefits like fast ,cheap and is easy to pump, level with fast.


EPS lightweight concrete, known as expanded polystyrene concrete, one of the types of lightweight concrete that utilizes pre-formed EPS beads as the lightweight aggregate. The expanded polystyrene beads are light weight and its density around 40 kg/cbm which fills the concrete as filler and reduces the concrete weight. EPS concrete doesn’t have coarse aggregates .it is made by adding EPS beads into cement sand slurry. The density can be adjusted by adjusting the ratio of EPS beads into the concrete.


Vermiculite is the light weight material made by burnt and expansion process from the mineral extracted in earth. The density of the vermiculite is depends the size of the vermiculite. The higher the size has lower and the lower the size has higher density. The cost of the vermiculite material is higher than its other counterpart light weight cellular concrete and EPS beads concrete. Due to its cost the instant availability of the vermiculite in bigger volume in the market is lesser than other light weight concrete aggregates.


Cinder is the waste product from steel factory furnaces. Cinder can be filled directly to the required areas or mixed with cement sand as filling materials used for lightweight concrete floors, and sunken. Though the Costs equal to other counterpart its irregular shape and size can create empty spaces in the concrete. More over the shifting the materials to the floors is a high time oriented and man power demanding.


A bio composite material made from hemp fibers and lime binder. It offers good thermal insulation, breathability, and can be considered sustainable alternative filler for light weight concrete. Hemp Crete is an emerging sustainable construction material made by blending the inner stem of hemp plants with a lime-based binder. It is light in weight and has excellent thermal insulation qualities that help regulate indoor temperatures throughout the year. Hemp Crete also promotes good indoor air quality due to its breathability. Though it is not suitable for structural purposes, it can be used for filling walls and provides some fire resistance. Its renewable nature and ability to store carbon make it an attractive option for environmentally conscious construction projects.


Perlite is a glass formed from volcanic activity that resembles popcorn, is a useful addition to light weight concrete as light-weight filler. The tiny air pockets that make up perlite catch air, which drastically reduces the overall weight of the concrete mixture. This results in concrete that is lighter, making it easier to construct floors and reduce the weight of buildings. Additionally, perlite's natural thermal insulation properties make lightweight concrete more energy-efficient. However, because of its powdery texture, it must be handled with care during mixing and may require changes in the concrete mix design. Despite these challenges, perlite is still a popular choice for creating lightweight, well-insulated concrete for a variety of building applications.

Rice husk

Rice husk ash is the ancient filler for light weight concrete. A useful material for making lightweight concrete. It is a byproduct of rice milling and is made by burning rice husks. The ash is lightweight and contains silica, which makes it resistant to fire. However, it is not in practice we JB international not dealing with rice husk based light weight concretes.