Uses of bricks, Civil Engineering

Uses of Bricks

In the following civil works Bricks are used:

a. in building blocks.

b. For lining of ovens, chimneys and furnaces.

c. As aggregates in providing water proofing to R.C.C. roofs

d. For defending steel columns from fire.

e. For lining sewer lines.

f. For pavers for footpaths and cycle tracks.

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