1. The exposed surface of a wall or masonry unit.
2. The surface of a unit designed to be exposed in the finished masonry.
Any material, forming a part of a wall, used as a finished surface.
The expanse of wall between openings, corners, etc., principally composed of stretchers.
|Filter Block|| |
A hollow, vitrified clay masonry unit, sometimes salt-glazed, designed for trickling filter floors in sewage disposal plants. See ASTM Specification C 159.
|Fire Clay|| |
A clay which is highly resistant to heat without deforming and used for making brick.
|Fire Resistive Material|| |
See Non-combustible Material.
Any material or combination protecting structural members to increase their fire resistance.
1. A thin impervious material placed in mortar joints and through air spaces in masonry to prevent water penetration and/or provide water drainage.
2. Manufacturing method to produce specific color tones.
A depression in the bed surface of a brick. Sometimes called a panel.
A method of finishing the interior face of a masonry wall to provide space for insulation, prevent moisture transmittance, or to provide a level surface for finishing.
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