clay brick

clay brick

[¦klā ′brik]
(materials)
Brick made from diverse types of clays and used for normal constructional purposes.

clay brick

A solid masonry unit made of clay, usually formed into a rectangular unit while in the plastic state and treated in a kiln at an elevated temperature to harden it.
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As a public company, we will be able to pursue our own distinct operating priorities and strategies, including pursuing new organic growth opportunities designed to increase net sales and profitability," Heidelberg officials note in their SEC filing, pointing most immediately to capital investment in steel pressure pipe and clay brick production capacity in Texas and the U.
Slag cement joins five related materials or products for which industry groups have enlisted ASTM to oversee PCR developments: Clay Brick and Clay Brick Pavers; Portland Cement, Blended Hydraulic Cement, Masonry, and Mortar Cement; Manufactured Concrete and Concrete Masonry Products; Segmental Concrete Paving Products; and, Expanded Shale, Clay, and Slate Lightweight Aggregate.
Tenders are invited for Construction Of Fly Ash Clay Brick Boundary Wall Around Community Hall Near Saraswati Block, D6, Vasant Kunj
Caption: Now producing unit masonry from its Wisconsin flagship plant and a new, larger Mississippi satellite, CalStar uses fly ash as an alternative to clay, thereby eliminating the need for kiln firing The process requires 81 percent less energy while emitting 84 percent less carbon dioxide compared to clay brick production.
The Brick Industry Association (BIA) announced the recipients of its 2010 Brick in Architecture Awards, which honor innovative use of clay brick in eight categories: educational, health care facilities, commercial, multi-family residential, houses of worship, municipal/government/civic, paving and landscape architecture, and single family residential applications.
Caption: The cast stone products are made with CalStar's proprietary process that incorporates up to 37 percent recycled content and eliminates the need for portland cement; calcium silicate materials, which require energy-intensive autoclaving; or for kiln-firing, typical of traditional clay brick.
It accomplishes this through a system approach that includes polystyrene insulation panels with pre-molded celts for masonry units, specially designed masonry units made of stone, clay brick and concrete brick, and a modified Type-S mortar with enhanced pumpabitity, strength and adhesion.
Tenders are invited for Bhilai Steel Plant Intends To Procure 1480000 Nos (14800 Hs/100S) Of Fire Clay Brick Mark: H-1 & 263100 Nos (2631 Hs/100S) Of Fire Clay Brick Mark: Km-2M Required For The F.
It's no mistake Shaw Brick is the key source of concrete and clay brick and veneer units within a 500- to 750-mile radius of its Lantz, Nova Scotia, base.
Contract awarded for Elementary morals clay brick manufacturing and purchasing bottom of the driveway paving
Description : Clay brick production in South Africa produces large emissions of greenhouse gases due to the use of old, energy-inefficient clamp firing systems.
At the same time, the parties will enter into a 5 year transportation contract under which Canada Cartage will provide trucking services to the clay brick and Canadian concrete products operating divisions.