From solid bricks to hollow bricks passing through concrete blocks, there is the right brick for every type of garden construction. Knowing the differences between the various types of bricks will help you tackle the Tänavakivi paigaldus job competently. Whether it is to give structure or to cover something, in the article you will find the right type of brick for your garden.
They are good thermo-acoustic insulators and very resistant to compression and stress. Solid clay bricks are obtained by mixing clay, sand and oxides of different types.
Cellular concrete brick
Cellular concrete bricks are lightweight and malleable. Concrete has excellent insulating properties (thermal, acoustic and fireproof). An economical and versatile brick can be found in many shapes and sizes.
Sturdy and mighty, one of the main advantages is the great strength of the concrete and therefore much more convenient to use in the construction phase. They can be used for both load-bearing and non-load-bearing structures.
The semi-solid brick can be made of various materials. It has a lower percentage of the hollow and is exactly halfway between the solid and the perforated. They can be type A and type B, widely used in indoor construction.
Extruded and pressed brick
The extruded brick is a type of semi-solid or hollow brick obtained with an extrusion technique in which the dough is compressed and passed through a machine. The pressed brick is a brick obtained with the pressing technique. Unlike extrusion, here the dough is formed in a machine that presses the solid brick into a mold.
The porous brick is a type of brick made with an advanced technique that combines raw clay with lighteners, giving the brick a structure rich in cells.
Clinker is a brick material obtained by cooking the raw material at high temperatures. They can be found in different shapes, colors and finishes, both perforated and not, made both by extrusion and by pressing.