Official manufacturer of Leca® lightweight expanded clay aggregate 10-20mm (LWA)
- Stability – reduces the risk of embankment landslide and deformation
- Reduced settlements - to road structures, rail beds, pipelines and other structures
- Reduced earth pressure - in structural backfill against foundations, retaining walls and bridge abutments
- Limited compaction – approximately 10 - 12%
- Low density and Resistant to Fire
- EPD Verified and certified
- Tested to conform: EN 15732, EN 13055-1 & 2, CE Declaration
Easy installation and Fire Resistant (Euroclass A1)
- Leca® Insulation Fill is a lightweight expanded clay insulation that cuts foundation time by hours
- Leca® Uno Pre-Mix Concrete for filling floors, applied in a single layer - increasing thermal and acoustic improvement of floors.
- Leca® Chimney & Flue Backfill provides a lightweight, stable and insulating surround to the flue improving draw and retaining heat
- Leca® Flower Soil provides drainage solution underneath growing soil or as a soil improvement solution when mixed with traditional soil
- Storm Water Management - Water interacts with Leca® Lightweight Aggregate in a way that allows the material to provide water detention and drainage
- Leca® Aerotop - a solution to reduce Ammonia emissions on lagoons, through its ability to float on the surface of water and to effectively prevent & reduce Ammonia (NH3) emissions
One of the primary benefits of using Leca® Lightweight Aggregate Concrete (LWAC) in lightweight concrete production is its reduced weight. The aggregate's unique porous structure significantly decreases the overall weight of the concrete, making them easier to handle and transport.
- Leca® Lightweight Concrete (Block Solution, Floor Base, Precast & Screed Solution)
- Leca® High Density Concrete (Wind Turbines, Barges, Floating Fish Farms, Floating Bridge Foundations)
Leca® LWA is used extensively as a lightweight aggregate for civil engineering and structural applications. Through promotion and specification, our client base is continually finding further solutions and interesting uses for this special lightweight aggregate.