Vision Company UDK is to provide Ukrainian developers of premium material that improves the quality of life, as well as:
The company's mission UDK - is to maximize profits for shareholders in accordance with our values and vision.
UDK is a socially responsible company. We value long-term and mutually beneficial cooperation with our employees, customers, suppliers. Our production is environmentally-friendly and non-polluting. Our Code of Conduct:
Empoleyrs: Company UDK build honest and consistent relationships with the staff and fulfills all legal obligations to them. In addition, UDK provides its employees with good social and economic package.
Customers : The company offers customers UDK provides the building blocks of autoclaved aerated concrete of the highest quality, which are made using the latest technology with modern equipment. Company UDK understands the responsibility that from our building materials to build houses yet, so we are committed to providing our customers with honest and accurate information and provide technical support at all stages of construction and operation of buildings.
Suppliers : the company with its suppliers UDK builds long-term partnerships that ensure the supply of raw materials of the best quality. The main criteria for the selection of our suppliers are professional ethics, honesty and environmental safety of products supplied.
Environment : Autoclave aerated concrete - this is an environmentally friendly product. Due to the excellent thermal insulation properties of aerated concrete use helps reduce the cost of energy consumption, which in turn helps save the environment. Furthermore, for the production of aerated concrete requires considerably less energy and raw materials to produce than other building materials. Moreover, production is environmentally friendly, not harmful toxic waste released into the atmosphere. UDK team will continue its mission to preserve the environment!
Production of AAC on wide scale started in the 20s of the XX century in Sweden. Since then production technology has significantly improved in terms of automatization of technological processes and evolution of equipment, which in turn has allowed producing AAC blocks with excellent physical and mechanical characteristics, low density and high strength maintaining same raw material base. AAC blocks with gross dry density D400 and D500 and concrete class В2,0 and В2,5 are construction and thermal insulation materials used for building bearing walls and at the same time providing required thermal insulation of walls without any additional insulation.
“UDK” LLC. is the largest AAC producer in Eastern Ukraine. “UDK” LLC. plant has modern technological equipment by “Masa AG”, a renowned world leader in equipment for producing building materials.
Raw material base for AAC production is crushed quartz sand, cement and unslaked lime, water and additions of gypsum and aluminum gasifier for creating porous structure of the material. AAC is baked in forms and cut into blocks by special machines with wire strings. This allows obtaining product with precise dimensions with tolerance of not more than ±1,5 mm, which allows to lay blocks on thin-layer glue like UDK TBM.
After cutting, the blocks undergo autoclaving under special regime, with temperature up to 195 °С and pressure of 12 atm. Hot air autoclaving provides several advantages for AAC blocks in comparison to unautoclaved blocks. AAC blocks have a higher class of strength and do not require additional holding before application.
“UDK” LLC. AAC blocks are stored on wooden pallets and packed with special shrinkable film.
By providing outstanding thermal insulation, UDK wall blocks make a major contribution to environmental protection by dramatically reducing the energy needs (and cost) of space heating and cooling in buildings. Furthermore, our blocks are easy to use and allow accurate cutting that reduces the generation of solid waste during construction. UDK wall blocks do not need to be used in combination with insulation products that sharply increase the cost of construction and the environmental impact.