Enviro AAC Cladding Panel

Aerated concrete panel for plaster systems

Enviro AAC Cladding Panel

is a cavity based autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) panel system. Enviro Panel is used for exterior wall cladding, fencing, and can now be used as flooring solution with our new 75mm panel.


Enviro™ AAC Panel System is a solid and lightweight, aerated concrete substrate that is available from Masons applicators, who provide details for installation.
  • Lightweight and solid concrete construction
  • Attractive monolithic textured finish
  • Flattens walls and hides joints
AAC ENVIRO Panels must be installed as per the details shown in this manual to ensure the quality of the cladding system.  AAC ENVIRO Panels must not be installed in any situation where it will come into contact with the ground.  AAC ENVIRO Panels cannot be used as retaining walls. Pre-Installation checks and installation guide can be found on page 7 of the CodeMark Assessment Brief # CMA-AB 130241  
AAC ENVIRO Panel Properties:
Dry Density: 525kg/m³
Intensity: 4.0Mpa
Dry Shrinkage Value: 0.6mm/m
Water Absorption (by volume): Up to 24 – 35%
Thermal Conductivity: 0.13w/mk
Sound Transmission Class (STC): 33 (50mm bare panel)
Fire Resistance: 1.5 hours
Panel Size: 2200mm x 600mm x 50mm
AAC ENVIRO Panels fixed in accordance with the instruction and details in this manual will meet the requirements and relevant section of the New Zealand Building Code including:
  • B1 – Structure
  • B2 – Durability
  • E2 – Moisture
  • F2 – Hazardous Building Materials
In terms of NZS 3604:2011 incorporating amendments 1 & 2, AAC Panels fied as per this manual are able to withstand all earthquakes and wing loadings in all areas of New Zealand.
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Alteration, Addition or Reclad, Insulation Cladding, Insulation Cladding, Lightweight Cladding, Lightweight Cladding, Lightweight Concrete, Masonry Substrate, New Home