Technical Notes - Brick
Technical Notes on Brick Construction are FREE bulletins that contain design, detailing, and construction information based on the latest technical developments in brick masonry.Drawings, photographs, tables, and charts illustrate appropriate topics. Technical Notes on Brick Construction are recommendations on the use of fired clay brick.They are explicitly written for fired clay brick which,BS EN 771-1 BS 3921 British Standard Specification for,,Solid bricks have no perforations or frogs. Perforated bricks have holes not exceeding 25% of the gross volume of brick. The area of any one hole should not exceed 10% and the amount of solid clay across the width should not be less than 30%. Frogged bricks may have depressions in one or more of the beds but this should not exceedBrick - Wikipedia,A brick is a type of block used to build walls, pavements and other elements in masonry construction. Properly, the term brick denotes a block composed of dried clay, but is now also used informally to denote other chemically cured construction blocks. Bricks can be joined together using mortar, adhesives or by interlocking them. Bricks are produced in numerous classes, types, materials, and sizes which vary with region and time period, and are produced in bulk quantities.