clinker brick


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clinker brick

A very hard burnt brick whose shape is distorted by nearly complete vitrification; used mainly for paving or as ornamental accents.
See also: Brick

clinker brick

A very hard-burnt brick whose shape is distorted, owing to nearly complete vitrification; used for paving.
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The clinker brick had been imaged previously at the microtomography facility in 1996, at a voxel size of 6.
The sources said no cement or clinker bricks had been exported since the ban was imposed.
Here there are samples of the different joinery techniques the Greenes and their collaborators, Swedish brothers John and Peter Hall, used as well as examples of the "honest" building materials they employed in their architecture, from Clinker bricks and native bird's-eye maple to exotic Honduras mahogany.