A facing brick with red and white shades, and a sanded-coated and grained structure.
The raw materials are excavated in Weichsel loam layers, the local loam of Aeolian origin dating from the Ice Age. This löss mainly consists of a silt-like fraction, suited ideally for the manufacturing of hand form bricks. By using specific sand types for surface covering, the desired colour is achieved.
Features and benefits:
F10/5 Facing brickwork
F10/110 Clay facing brickwork
To BS EN 771-1.
Red and white shades, and a sanded-coated and grained structure.
Work size (length x width x height)
214 x 101 x 65 mm.
Mean compressive strength (minimum)
Tested to the bed face.
Normalized compressive strength: ≥20 N/mm².
Initial rate of water absorption, to EN 771-1:2011 - 5.3.8:
Water vapour permeability
Reaction to fire
Class A1 to BS EN 13501-1.
According to Annex ZA 3.
Country of material origin
Country of product manufacture