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...
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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.
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