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A brown facing brick with multi-shades of dark brown, blue and anthracite.
The bricks are mainly produced from alluvial clays from the sedimentary region of the river Meuse. The river eroded the Ardennes rock formations and carried along the eroded materials. In the flooded region of the river's lower course, these materials were eventually deposited as sediments. Judicious mixing of the clay deposits produces just the right kind of base material for the production of hand form bricks.
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F10/110 Clay facing brickwork
F10/5 Facing brickwork
To BS EN 771-1.
Brown, dark brown, blue and anthracite, with a sanded-coated and grained structure.
Work size (length x width x height)
209 x 101 x 51 mm.
Mean compressive strength (minimum)
Tested to the bed face.
Water vapour permeability
Reaction to fire
Class A1 to BS EN 13501-1.
Active soluble salts
Country of material origin
Country of product manufacture
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