hollow tile[′häl·ō ′tīl]
A hollow building block of concrete or burnt clay used for making partitions, exterior walls, or suspended floors or roofs. Also known as hollow block.
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A structural clay tile unit with vertical hollow cells; used to build interior masonry partitions and as a backup block for brick veneer.See also: Tile
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structural clay tile
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.
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