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Not pretty but tough and hard wearing; engineering bricks are often used for projects where appearance is not paramount, within tunnels or groundworks for example.

What is an Engineering Brick?

If you are looking for a strong and durable brick then an Engineering brick is the one for you. They come in two separate classes, A and B, with each class being useful for different construction needs. Class A bricks also have a low level of water absorption and can withstand frost damage too. Class B bricks are the most common and can withstand large amounts of compression when used in building work.

Engineering Quality Concrete Brick

Tobermore
If using Tobermore Engineering Quality Concrete bricks in conjunction with other walling products (e.g. clay bricks) we would recommend that you refer to the general mechanical properties (including movement/shrinkage) of both products to ensure they are...

Class "B" Engineering Brick

Raeburn Brick
Please Note: This brick range is manufactured in metric (65mm) and in imperial sizes....