Bricks are made using various manufacturing techniques that produce a wide range of aesthetic and performance characteristics.
Architects choose different brick types based on various construction projects' needs and requirements.
But what if we tell you there’s a versatile brick that fits any project? You’ve read it right.
Waterstruck bricks offer the fine aesthetic of a reclaimed brick while it benefits from the latest technical performance. So whether you’re doing a discrete or bold, modern or traditional project, waterstruck bricks are perfect for almost any project.
After this article, you’ll have a clear understanding of waterstruck bricks. Including how waterstruck bricks are made, when architects should use waterstruck bricks, and where to get free samples of best in class waterstruck brick.
Waterstruck bricks have a distinctive soft texture that mimics the faded look of reclaimed bricks but utilises the latest new bricks technology for enhanced performance.
Waterstruck bricks are becoming increasingly popular. Their distinct personality lends them exceptional adaptability, allowing them to design magnificent structures in both modern and classic styles for projects ranging from home complexes to large-scale commercial projects.
UK-Brick offers the best in class selection of waterstruck bricks, with a broad range of colours, textures, and sizes to fit any project.
A Waterstruck Brick's surface is not smooth but has a subtle roughness.
Our Waterstruck brick collections colours range from black, brown, buff, yellow, red, grey and more.
Regular waterstruck bricks DNF format is 228 x 108 x 54mm. However, if what you are after is a design-driven statement, our linear collection of waterstruck bricks are twice the industry norm (38mm length).
The waterstruck manufacturing process gives bricks their distinctive aesthetic.
Firstly, we must look into the clay properties. The soil biodiversity encompasses an essential characteristic of how the brick will look.
Additionally, each Waterstruck Brick has a unique texture because the moulding and demolding procedures employ water.
In contrast to wirecut bricks, the wet clay is compressed into moulds moistured with water to avoid adhering. Then, the surplus clay is struck off the tops of the moulds, thus the name. Like all other brick manufacturing processes, the last step is to dry and fire the bricks.
This brick-making technique creates a natural texture and a gorgeous rustic finish not achieved with any other brick manufacturing process.
The unique finish can give structures much personality. In addition, our wide range of colours, sizes and textures allows for much customisation – helping you achieve the look and feel you are after. The result is a brick collection consistent with high quality and a sophisticated appearance.
The waterstruck characteristics provide architects with versatile construction material to help achieve the desired look of every project.
Indeed, your project will stand out whether it’s a bold or conceptual, traditional or modern project.
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