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Acoustics
Masonry blocks and there use in conjunction with other products can obtain the statutory requirements needed to meet current sound attenuation as set out in the BCA. Contact Premier Bricks for further information. More>>

Acoustics $poa
Clean-Out Courses
This is generally the first course of blockwork. Specific blocks are used which allow for the inside of the block walling to be cleaned-out prior to core-filling. Refer to Course Lay-out diagrams for further information in regards to method of construction and components required. More>>

Clean-Out Courses $poa
Coloured Honed
The honing process grinds 2-3mm from the block surface producing a matt exposed-aggregate finish. Production lead in times apply. More>>

Coloured Honed $poa
Coloured Polished
This involves producing a denser block which is honed and then buffed. Polishing enriches the colour of the aggregates.. The finely finished polished surface is ideal for feature walls, trims, banding, etc. Production lead in times apply. More>>

Coloured Polished $poa
Coloured Shot Blast
This process subtly exposes the aggregates producing a weathered, sawn stone like finish. Production lead in times apply. More>>

Coloured Shot Blast $poa
Coloured Split Face
Blocks made in pairs and the splitting process produces a bold texture, exposed aggregate finish. Readily available. More>>

Coloured Split Face $poa
Control Joints

Control joints must be incorporated into all masonry walling. They should extend the full height of the wall and be spaced as follows:

8000mm centres for concrete blocks.

6000mm centres for light weight units where walls are not interrupted by full height doorways or window openings. ... More>>


Control Joints $poa
Core Filling

All retaining work and some structural blockwork is core-filled. That is, the walling when finished is then filled with a concrete mix. This combined with steel re-inforcement incorporated into the blockwork will provide it with substancial strength and longevity. This construction method is u ... More>>


Core Filling $poa
Fire Resistance
Block work used in construction where a fire rating is required should be the subject of specific engineering and design. The specific fire resistance for particular block types can be obtain by contacting Premier Bricks. More>>

Fire Resistance $poa
Smooth Coloured
A finely textured finish created through the standard moulding process. Readily available. More>>

Smooth Coloured $poa
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