Solid concrete block KLASIK
hollowfor wallsfor facade

solid concrete block
solid concrete block
solid concrete block
solid concrete block
solid concrete block
solid concrete block
solid concrete block
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Characteristics

Type
solid, hollow
Applications
for walls, for facade
Technical characteristics
high-performance

Description

The KB KLASIK walling cement brick is a new alternative to the classic rough walling. It is made in the format of a classic Czech brick. It comes to the market in two variants – a hollow brick and a full brice for maximum load. It is very good for facade masonry, in particular for multilayer claddings; so-called sandwiches. When building new houses, we can see that many builders prefer this proven, aesthetic and time-enduring facing masonry over the classic plaster. The claddings of the face bricks boast a tradition that has been proven over many centuries. These take a well-earned place in architecture even today, and will continue to do so in future. There is nothing to comment upon concerning this system in an aesthetic aspect; the facing masonry in its double-skin form is a sought-after element in the building and engineering aspects, too. Builders can use our KB KLASIK cement brick not only as facing masonry. It has a place not only as and facade walling, namely for multi-layered enclosures, so-called composites, but also as and neat fencing with pillars, ground walls or switchboards, and in gardens where we can use it for decorative walls, sidewalks, stairs, fireplace lining and other accessories. The advantage of using the KB KLASIK shaped brick in facing masonry is its tradition, timelessness, low maintenance and repair demands, excellent thermal insulation properties and use of double-skin walling, its antifreezing property, low absorption (4 - 6%) and wide colour variability.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.