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Brick Strenght

THE USE OF INTERLOCKING BRICKS FOR BUILDING NON EXPENSIVE HOUSES.
  • Posted by: Bolyn
  • Category: Brick machines, Brick Strenght, Cement sabilized soil, Dry stacked brick, General Construction, Interlocking brick, Latrite soil, Low cost construction, Manual brick presses, No mortar brick, Stabilized bricks, Structural performance

ELDER RUFUS BOLYN BRICKS AND TILES ENTERPRISE constructions company limited came across a housing delivery system using the Interlocking bricks for the construction of houses around 1994/95 through a customer of ours who brought a sample of this brick to our office and demanded that we design a brick making machine for the type of…

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BUILDING WITH THE LOCALLY FOUND LATERITE SOIL WITH OR WITHOUT CEMENT CAN REDUCE YOUR HOUSING COST.
  • Posted by: Bolyn
  • Category: Brick machines, Brick Strenght, Cement sabilized soil, General Construction, Manual brick presses, Stabilized bricks, Standard bricks, Structural performance

        Laterite soil is a type of soil that can be found in most part of Nigeria. The soil can be used with or without the addition of Cement. When we decide to add Cement, the recommended ratio can be 1:20 or 1:25. This quantities of Cement when added to the soil…

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PART 4. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON THE USE OF LATERITE SOIL FOR LOW COST HOUSING
  • Posted by: Bolyn
  • Category: Brick machines, Brick Strenght, Cement sabilized soil, Fibre concrete Roofing., Floor paving bricks., General Construction, House Renovation, Latrite soil, Low cost construction, Manual brick presses, Metal Roofing, Roofing Tiles vibrating table., Stabilized bricks, Standard bricks, Structural performance, Super bricks/blocks.

        31]. Can I use the Laterite Cement bricks for the foundation of my house? Answer- No, it is not advisable to use these type of bricks¬† in any underground construction. Your best bet is to adopt the conventional foundation materials available in your locality e.g. Concrete and Stone etc. We advise…

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