concrete brick


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concrete brick

A solid concrete masonry unit, rectangular in shape, usually not larger than 4 in. by 4 in. by 12 in. (10 cm by 10 cm by 30 cm); made from portland cement and suitable aggregates; may include other materials.
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An Indian worker, B.H, said he was informed by another worker that while a group of workers were mixing concrete, one of them tried to place concrete bricks together but one brick fell on the victim's head.
Armed with technology for vacuum-packed concrete mixes--covered by two North American process patents likely to be issued in early 2013--they have launched TEC Products to extrude and market a line of thin concrete brick for architectural precast panel inlays and a variety of veneer applications, including tilt-up concrete.
A TEENAGER driving to a party to celebrate his 19th birthday escaped with his life when thugs dropped a concrete brick on his car from a Cardiff bridge.
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.