cement brick

cement brick

[si′ment ‚brik]
(materials)
A type of brick made from a mixture of cement and sand, molded under pressure and cured under steam at 200°F (93°C); used as backing brick and where there is no danger of attack from acid or alkaline conditions.

cement brick

Brick fabricated from a mixture of cement and sand; molded under pressure and steam-cured at a temperature of 200°F (93°C); used behind face brick where it will not be exposed to acid or alkaline conditions.
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The paper is crushed or shredded into pieces and mixed with wood shavings and water into a pulp then poured and compressed into brick moulds that are about the half the size of ordinary cement brick moulds.
Or perhaps train until you could stand to have a three-inch-thick cement brick smashed on your chest with a sledgehammer?
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