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Updated in EWS Jan 13, 2021
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This project aims to replace burnt clay bricks with fly ash bricks/blocks manufactured in High Capacity Automation Plants (HCAPs) with a capacity of over 0.2 million bricks/day. The project introduces Solar Accelerated Curing System (SACS), developed by INSWAREB. These systems help to reduce 21-day curing to 36 hours with parallel strength development. This curing system is different from expensive-autoclave which is considered as an energy-guzzler.
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