A grey brick with shades of dark grey, brown grey and black.
A mix of different kinds of clay forms the basis for this facing brick. Löss, the local loam of Aeolian origin dating from the Ice Age, is the most important base material. This löss mainly consists of a silt-like fraction, suited for the manufacturing of hand form bricks. By using specific sand types for surface covering, the desired colour is achieved.
Features and benefits:
F10/110 Clay facing brickwork
F10/5 Facing brickwork
To BS EN 771-1.
Dark grey, brown grey and black, with a sanded-coated and grained structure.
Work size (length x width x height)
212 x 101 x 51 mm.
Mean compressive strength (minimum)
Tested to the bed face.
Water vapour permeability
Reaction to fire
Active soluble salts
Country of material origin
Country of product manufacture
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