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Isolite is known to be the best thermal, fire-‎resisting, sound-proof insulator, used for ceiling, roofs, walls, partitions, roads, water and petroleum tanks, whether underground, or‎ on the surface, etc.‎

Isolite is a light-weight cellular foam concrete made of ‎fine sand, cement, water, and a special  chemical which causes air cells to spread ‎evenly. This resulting mixture can be prepared ‎mechanically on the spot, and to the requested density.‎

Isolite can be produced at several densities varying ‎between 300 Kg. and 1400 Kg/cu.m. (between 19 lbs. ‎and 90 lbs./cu.ft.) to which corresponds a variation of ‎mechanical resistance, as well as thermal conductivity ‎coefficient .‎


Thermal Insulator


Acoustic Insulator


Resistant to Chemicals


What is foam concrete?‎

Isolite is a lightweight cellular foam concrete made of filler cement, sand &/or fly ash…, and a foaming agent which produces air cells or foam.

What are the applications of foam concrete?‎

Voids, Roofs, Walls, Roads, Partitions, Water tanks, Petroleum tanks, Artificial stones, Blocks, Reversed beams, Floors.

What are the types of admixtures?‎

Following are the types of concrete admixtures:‎

- Air entraining concrete admixture.‎

- Water reducing admixture.‎

- Retarding concrete admixture.‎

- Accelerating concrete admixture.‎

- Calcium chloride.‎

What are the Benefits of foam concrete use?‎

Eco-friendly, Excellent fire resistant properties, Lightweight., Easy to cut, Non corrosive, Thermal insulator, Sound-proof, Resistant to chemicals, Impermeable, Free flowing, self-leveling, Once placed requires no maintenance, Excellent resistance to earthquake, Does not impose lateral loads, Excellent fire resistant properties, Highly cost effective, Non-hazardous, Reliable quality control.

Where to use foam concrete?‎

Foam concrete is a versatile material. Its ability to flow easily under its self-weight has led to its use in void filling, reversed beams, old sewerage pipes, wells, cellars, buildings basements, storage tanks, tunnels and subways.‎ It is used too as insulating material on roofs, in housing foundations and floors. Its inherent fire resistance has also been exploited in a wide range of uses. Foamed concrete has also been used in bridge foundations. Other applications include precast elements, in raft foundations of houses, as a foundation-layer for sports fields and athletic tracks, backfilling the voids behind tunnel linings.


Foam concrete in Roofing Insulation?‎

Foam concrete has two benefits when used for roofing. It provides a high degree of thermal insulation and  used to lay a flat roof to falls, i.e. to provide a slope for drainage. Foam concrete is also much lighter than slopes made from mortar screeds. This means that a roof with a slope made of foamed concrete imposes a lower loading on the structure of the building.

What about our experience?‎

We have been in the foam concrete business since 1964.

The future prospect of foam concrete?‎

Foam concrete may well be used in the runway organization system, shipping dock collision wall etc.

How long is the service life of foam concrete?‎

The service life of foam concrete is nearly similar to ordinary concrete.

What is the capacity of our foam concrete’s machinery ?‎

The minimum output of machinery produced by our company is 6 cubic m³per hour and the maximum 48 cubic m³ per hour. 

What are the different types of Isolite?‎

Our Isolite-RTUC foaming agent is sold in 2 different types: Dissolved & Concentrated. Isolite is well known in the market since it’s first launching in 1964.

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