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.
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clinker brick

A very hard-burnt brick whose shape is distorted, owing to nearly complete vitrification; used for paving.
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producer of clinker brick, whose slightly bloated, misshapen appearance stems from overheating in what are dubbed periodic kilns--coal-fired vessels that are heated to nearly 2,000[degrees], then turned off to let brick cool over four-day cycles.
In the period, Iran exported 3.842 million tons of clinker bricks and 3.802 million tons of cement, he said, adding that compared to the same period of the previous year, there was 13.6 and 7 percent increase, respectively.
The sources said no cement or clinker bricks had been exported since the ban was imposed.