Brick making process involves mixing of different types of clays in proportionate amounts at fixed moisture contents before extrusion or pressing can be done. The real challenge here is the main ingredient, clay itself which is a constant variable. Thereafter, drying and firing durations as well as temperatures are controlled to be able to make the perfect brick. Brick making is a skill that is perfected through generations. At Dharshini Bricks, with the first generation working in the brick making business now, we have always focused upon customer satisfaction as the key to business success.
Brick properties like compressive strength, water absorption, efflorescence and warpage are carefully monitored to deliver the best quality. Brick and related products never fade, peel or rot. Therefore, you will never need to paint and will hardly ever have to clean. Compare a brick home with others and soon you'll realize how much money, effort and time brick home owners save. So, use brick and just keep all your time for more important things in life!
For the process of extrusion, a dough of clay is made, which is then extruded as a slab and thereafter cut by using wires.
For pressing, powdered clay at a certain moisture content is pressed into a mould to make cladding tiles, bricks or pavers
Press Cladding Tiles have a coat of silicon on their surface and rely on the property of water absorption to stick with the plaster.
Face brick is the term used for brick that isn't needed just for the structure, but also for look, energy efficiency and value.
Wall cladding is a type of decorative covering intended to make a wall look like it is made of a different sort of material than it actually is.
Concrete blocks, also called cinder blocks and cement blocks, come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. They are made out of a mixture of Portland cement, sand, gravel and water.
An Ecobrick is a plastic bottle packed to a set density with used, clean and dry plastic to achieve a building block that can be used over and over again.
As spark machining, spark eroding, burning, die sinking, wire burning or wire erosion, is a manufacturing process whereby a desired shape is obtained by using electrical discharges (sparks).
Bricks which, before burning, have been subjected to pressure, to free them from the imperfections of shape and texture which are common in molded bricks.