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Jan 23, 2017 : Patent granted to No Aggregate or Nano Concrete

Oct 29, 2016 : Collaborative research with NIT-Warangal

Jul 05, 2016 : Lr to Hon'ble Members of Parliament seeking to support National Action Plan on fly ash brick

Jul 02, 2016 : Letter to Hon'ble PM seeking FaL-G to be taken up as National Action Plan

Nov 30, 2015 : Video link to see Construction of Sri Sai temple with INSWAREB's advanced concrete technology

Dec 07. 2015 : Press meet on COP21 and FaL-G to save mother earth

Mar 09, 2014 : Punah Pratishta of sacred Temple Post (Dhwajasthambham)

Sep 21, 2014 : Theme note on CDM-Cheque Distribution Ceremony

July 01,2014 : Concrete in India-Need for Transition: Article in Master Builder

July 27, 2014 : Dynamic Concrete-Hindu Coverage

Jul 26, 2013 : Video link to see the interaction of INSWAREB with UNFCCC, as Observer

Aug 9, 2013 : Video Link to see the casting of Dome with Nano concrete

Apr 09, 2013 : Eanaadu coverage on NAC cast in-situ slab

May 19, 2013 : The Hindu on Nano Concrete

Jul 26,2013 : INSWAREB's inputs as Observer to COP

Aug 18, 2012 : photos of 6th CDM workshop

Aug 18, 2012 : Theme Note to 6th CDM Workshop

Nov, 2010 : FaL-G: CDM Project; Article published by Master Builder

Aug 08, 2012 : Innovations in Development pub.by Min.of Finance, GOI and World Bank

March 24, 2012 : Joint Research with GVP College of Engg, Visakhapatnam on No-Aggregate concrete

Aug 27, 2011 : Salient Photographs of 5th National Workshop on CDM, Chennai, Saturday, the 27th August, 2011

June 12, 2011 : Open letter to the CM of Tamilnadu for promoting biomass based power and, creating employment through fly ash brick activity as the State-owned program

June 01, 2011 : Award of Rs. One million to demonstrate parallel technology to FaL-G in Sustainable Development point of view

September 02,2010 : Photos of IV National workshop on CDM

September 09,2010 : Pictural Overview of Fal-G Mansion renovation

February 10,2010 : Note on FaL-G Mansion Renovation

January 18,2010 : Press Note on Concrete without C.Ag

August 09,2009 : III National Workshop on CDM & Cheque distribution ceremony

July 09,2009 : Letter to Prime Minister on FaL-G-Climate Change

May 23,2009 : Press Release on Pune Workshop

April 09,2009 : News Release on Bharath Oman Refinaries Ltd (BORL) Assignment

March 03,2009 : News Release on GMR Assignment

January 20,2009 : Message to President of USA

January 20,2009 : Press note on Message to President of USA

December 9,2008 : Response to the Draft Notification dated 6-11-08 from MOEF, GOI, on fly ash

November 6,2008 : Draft Notification on fly ash

August 4,2008 : Carbon Credit revenue for the year 2007-08 from World Bank

March 31,2008 : Collaboration between Besser and EcoCarbon

August 30-31, 2007 : National Workshop on Capacity Building in CDM Projects Brouchure

July 23, 2007 : National Workshop on Capacity Building in CDM Projects

July 20, 2007 : Fal-g Bricks for better homes

March 27, 2007 : INSWAREB Press Release 20-03-07

February 28, 2007 : Letter to FinanceMinister on CDM Revenue

February 28, 2007 : Letter to Finance Minister on waival of Excise Duty on fly ash Bricks & Blocks

August 18, 2006 : Certificate of Appreciation from World Bank

July 26, 2006 : Signing of ERPA between World Bank and Eco Carbon Pvt. Ltd.

July 26, 2006 : Press release from World_Bank

May 10, 2006 : Letter to Editor EconomicTimes on Dr Chand article

April 19, 2006 : India-FaL-G Brick and Blocks Project No.1

April 10, 2006 : Flyash buliding blocks for the future -V.Suresh

January 23, 2006 : Letter to PM on Employment generation through FaL-G

December 15, 2005 : Counter to A.P Govt stand on use of Fly Ash

December 03, 2005 : Translation to Eenadu News

December 03, 2005 : Rejoinder to Eenadu News on Fly Ash Blend

December 03, 2005 : Tie up with Japan Carbon Finance

June09, 2004 : WorldBank - Letter of Intent - For Carbon Credits from FaL-G Brick Activity.

October 27, 2003 : FaL-Gfor Mass Housing Scheme

September,2003 : Fly Ash - Rice Husk Ash Workshop

July,2003 : Inaugural Address

July,2003 : Valedictory Address

July,2003 : Recommendations

July,2003 : Metabolism- Cement Chemistry

December 18, 2002 : Panchayat Raj : FaL-G for structural concrete

December 06, 2002 : FaL-G Bricks to offer Carbon Credits to World Bank



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   FaL-G is a technological renaissance of the age-old pozzolanic chemistry proven for its strength and durability. FaL-G is a ground blend of fly ash (Fa), lime (L) and gypsum (G) in suitable proportions which, upon hydration, yields strengths in the range of 6 - 40 MPa, rendering a highly water impervious hard matrix, with the formation of mineralogical phases during hydration similar to those of Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC). The proportions of lime and gypsum are dependent upon the chemical constituents and the behaviour of fly ash. The technology is thus custom built with process parameters to yield a product of superior technical virtues.

Use of FaL-G does not confine only to brick but also gets extended to concrete, be it PCC or RCC.

As a further advancement in research, No-Aggregate Concrete (NAC) has been developed, dispensing away the inputs of sand and stone, using fly ash as pozzolan and also micro-aggregate whereby the latter rendered the performance that is supposed to be rendered by conventional coarse and fine aggregates.

Whenever lime is in short supply, Portland cement can be used as source of lime. Thus, this technology can be practiced both in 'lime route' and 'cement route' without disturbing the ultimate technical parameters and economics.To read more about Fly ash visit to Brick India Site.

This technology got international recognition. CANMET/ACI the techno-sciientific body of Canada and USA, have awarded Dr Bhanumathidas and Kalidas for their invention and services in the dissemination of this technology at National level.

FaL-G for Infrastructure applications:

FaL-G does not confine its role as walling bricks alone; because of flexibility in technology to manufacture bricks and blocks with a strength of 8 to 40 MPa, FaL-G blocks do find their use in infrastructure applications also such construction of water bodies, canal lining, check dams and Khadanza pavements. INSWAREB offers at least 100-years of performance assurance to Khadanza pavements made with FaL-G blocks. A technical note is submitted to Min. of Rural Development for the large scale use of FaL-G Khadanza pavements in 'Pradhan Mantri Grameen Sadak Yojana (PMGSY). Once government encourages this avenue of utilisation, INSWAREB guarantees that there would be no accumulation of fly ash in the country. 

Advanced concrete technology for structures with long service life:

INSWAREB also promotes concrete based on advanced concrete technology. It has masterised Self Compacting Concrete (SCC) developed by Japanese during 90's. The uniqueness is that INSWAREB gives mixes with high volumes of fly ash, as high as 500-650 per cu.m, ensuring strengths 40-60 MPa. In this approach fly ash is used not only as pozzolan, but also as micro aggregate by which sizable inputs of fine and coarse aggregate do come down. The video on Advanced Concrete Technology (https://youtu.be/kpLZMgllWc8)  opens up new vistas of concrete technology.  




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