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Catalog of autoclaved aerated concrete masonry

The new edition of the “Mauer­werk” catalog from the German company Porit GmbH offers well-prepared information on all aspects of masonry made of Porit autoclaved aerated concrete. It serves a reference manual and introduction to the area of autoclaved aerated concrete masonry.

In addition to introductory explanations of autoclaved aerated concrete as construction material, the catalog presents the various Porit products for masonry construction. All of the information provided is based on the currently applicable standards and regulations for implementation of this construction material.

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