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It's a long way from raw materials through the mixture to the finished stone. Many plant components are involved in this process. Only if the system components are matched, can one be assured of a smooth process and economical operation of the block making plant. Learn about our Concrete block production plants.

It's a long way from raw materials over mixture to the finished (Kerb)stone. Masa Kerbstone presses were developed to fulfill among other criteria, the special requirements of the "British Standard" kerbstones. This "British Standard" is still a condition in countries of the Middle East and the UK. Learn about our Kerbstone production plants.

The manufacturing of autoclaved aerated concrete products demands high standards for mixing and dosing of the aggregates, the control of the fermentation process and the control of each production step. Masa's aerated concrete installations are proven advanced technology processes, designed according to customers specific requirements. This approach allows complete solutions to ensure highly efficient, optimised processes resulting in consistent final product quality. Learn more about our plants for the production of AAC.

It's a long way from raw materials through the mixture to the finished sand lime bricks. Many plant components are involved in this process. Only if the system components are matched, can one be assured of a smooth process and economical operation of the sand lime brick production plant. Learn about our Sand lime brick production plants.

Our service:

Masa plants and machines are installed and commissioned by our own experienced fitters. Masa relies on qualified personnel, trained in Germany. Read more about the assembly and commissioning of your production line.

The Masa Lifetime service extends far beyond the actual assembly and commissioning of a plant. Masa can rely on specific know-how and an industry experience of more than 110 years. Find out more about the wide range of Masa Lifetime services.

Do you need support with your machine? Masa Support scores in both quality and significantly improved accessibility. Whether "first aid" for technical problems, updates, functional expansions of your production plant or technical questions, the know-how provided by Masa Support covers a wide range of services. Get information now.

One of the keys to increasing productivity and quality is continuous training of the machine and maintenance personnel.
The acquired know-how will pay off quickly: You and your employees only know how good a Masa machine or plant actually is, if all functions, tricks and fine adjustments are known. Learn more about Masa Customer training.

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New cooperation between Masa and MFL

Porta Westfalica 6 Jun 2024 - Masa GmbH and the Austrian company Maschinenfabrik Liezen Faserzementanlagen GesmbH (MFL Fibre Cement) recently entered into a cooperation agreement to serve the global market for lightweight construction materials with joint solutions.

Both companies are among the leading suppliers in their industry: Masa, as a premium manufacturer of machinery and plants for AAC, sand-lime brick and concrete block production, and MFL Fibre Cement, as one of the leading suppliers of fibre cement technology, see this partnership as an opportunity to serve their respective customers more comprehensively.

Both companies are thus responding to the growing demand from customers who want to have both AAC and fibre cement products in their range in order to be able to exploit the market potential of both building materials.

AAC, Sand-Lime Brick and Fibre Cement: What raw materials and manufacturing processes have in common

The raw materials silica sand and cement play an important role in both AAC and fibre cement production. In the manufacturing process, starting with sand grinding, the products obtain their final strength through steam pressure hardening in autoclaves. Operators of AAC and fibre cement plants can draw synergy effects from this on the one hand and offer their customers complementary products for construction applications on the other. For example, the combined use of AAC and fibre cement in residential construction is conceivable. While components made of AAC are very well suited for exterior and interior walls due to their properties, high-quality fibre cement products are used for facade cladding, roofing and as decorative wall/floor cladding, e.g. in bathrooms.

Both companies are looking forward to being able to support manufacturers of building materials even more comprehensively with their plant concepts and solutions in the future.