Jal stands for
autoclaved lightweight concrete. JAL was initially
developed in Europe and its technology was introduced
to Japan in 1955. It has been perfected and technologically
improved in Japan to fit in with any climatic
condition. Now it is widely used from general
houses to high-rise buildings.
The reason for its popularity include strong fire
resistance, excellent insulation, lightness in
weight and other excellent features.
- Jal panel is lighter in weight and is a substitute
- It is available in various beautiful designs
giving out an elegant glow to homes and high-rise
sky scraper buildings.
Designs & Patterns
Advantages of Jal panel
- Eco friendly product.
- Improves efficiency, and shortens the construction
- Structure of the building remains uniformed.
- Lightweight properties.
- Heat resistant, earthquake-resistant, sound
proof, water and weather resistant.
- Jal also contains fire proof material &
- Keeps building cool.
- Energy conservation.
- High Durability.