MasCh1F07

MasCh1F07 - Textures available Smooth face Speckled Matt or...

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Introduction to Masonry
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Modern Brick
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5 Major Types Standard Brick or Modular Most frequently used Weighs 4-4 ½ lbs 3 5/8” 7 5/8”
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5 Major Types Cont. Norman Brick Longer than standard brick 3 5/8”
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5 Major Types Cont. Roman Brick Popular for fireplaces Thin brick
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5 Major Types Cont. Engineered Brick/ Oversized Brick 3 5/8” 7 5/8”
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5 Major Types Cont. Utility / Economy Brick 3 5/8”
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Characteristics of Brick
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Unformatted text preview: Textures available Smooth face Speckled Matt or scored Sand-finish antique Hand molded colonial, etc. Mortar joints can be used to enhance brick texture Brick Forms Solid With cores (vertical holes) With frogs Screen block Fluted block Splitblock Metal Wall Ties Corrugated wall tie Z-ties Strap Anchors Steel joint reinforcements...
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