Temperature affecting AirCrete?
I live in Iowa, U.S. where in the summer we can reach to 115 degrees Fahrenheit and in winter we can hit -40 degrees Fahrenheit. Would AirCrete be usable in this zone? Could we create an AirCrete dome in this climate?
@Cbloc Hi, my cursory research, from home fire statistics indicates that cellular concrete can withstand much higher temperatures before spalling than solid concrete; curing non-aereated concrete traps moisture pockets that explode when heated above 500 degrees, while cellular concrete has withstood temps of 800 degrees plus, without failing.