glazed block

glazed block

A concrete block that has been glazed on one side, thereby providing the side with a smooth, hard surface; often colored.
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The glaze weight at release of blocks of fresh frozen fish from the manufacturer should be from 2 to 4% in relation to the mass of fish in the glazed block, the temperature of each block is not higher than minus 18 oC.
The 32,200-square-foot outpatient clinic stands like an oasis, with blue glazed block veneer shining in the Rio Grande Valley sun.
I cannot help with that search but my attention was drawn to the glazed block wall which can be seen behind the group in the photograph.
The problem is in a glazed block which provides a link between two of the main office blocks.
Wiel Arets' building for Dutch arts organisation Amsterdam Arts Metropole is a coolly refined six-storey glazed block wrapped in a complex, warped lattice of steel members.
There will also be a central glazed block to the stable courtyard and 137 car parking spaces across the site.
The purpose of this Invitation for Bid (IFB) is to solicit bids for asbestos abatement of windows, doors and glazed block demolition and removal to support new window installations.
We used colored brick and glazed block to add accent to the outside.
The organisation of Check's house in Singapore places a square, predominantly glazed block in the centre of a narrow, rectangular site.
Supply and installation of all doors with glazed block lacquered steel, supply and installation of electromagnetic locks headbands, conducting glass facade awning
Located on an approximately 3-acre site, the building's mountain lodge-style ex terior combines split face and glazed blocks with a standing-seam metal roof and prominent windows.