What Is Bricks Masonry?
Brick is obtained by the molding a clay into a clay block and burnt them on the fire and then set them to cool. This is the one of the oldest building material used in construction process.
The standard size of brick are 190mm x 90mm x 90mm without mortar, and 200mm x 100mm x 100mm with mortar (10 mm thickness).
Sun dried bricks shall be made of stiff clay free from stones, lime and other impurities.
Burnt clay (handmade or machine made) to be hard square and well burnt, event in size, and to be free from modules of lime. Bricks may be either sand or soap molded.
Fire bricks to be of best quality, country made of same size as ordinary burnt brick and to be of approved quality.
Size of Bricks
The standard size of brick are [190mm x 90mm x 90 mm]
Sun dried bricks shall be of any size. [229 mm x 115 mm x 75mm]
Handmade burnt brick shall not be less than. [220 mm x 105 mm x 67 mm]
Machine made burnt bricks shall not be less than.
[228 mm x 114 mm x 76 mm]