building tile

structural clay tile

structural clay tile units
A hollow masonry building unit composed of burnt clay, shale, fireclay, or mixtures thereof, having parallel cells or cores (or both) within a single tile.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The sky and road tiles were placed into the easy piles, building tiles with only one window were put into the medium, and all other tiles placed into the difficult pile.
ITRI's Spray IT uses a tin-oxide material laced with minute amounts of lithium and fluorine that can be sprayed on glass or building tiles. The material is less costly than the silver-based films that are commonly used in reflective materials, ITRI says, and can be applied without specialized equipment.
Inside the building tiles have been laid and windows fitted.
Search no further than Hexabits--colorful, flexible building tiles that combine the creativity of crafting, the simple pleasure of puzzles, and the challenge of construction toys.
Broken glass is already being crushed up and recycled to produce new road surfaces and an innovative way of steam washing domestic refuse is producing a fibre which could be used to make building tiles in the future.
The suspended workers are from two factories that make exterior building tiles in Tokoname, Aichi Prefecture, and Ueno, Mie Prefecture.

Full browser ?