Class B Engineering Brick (H)65mm (D)102.5mm (W)215mm

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This smooth texture CE approved terracotta class b engineering brick is ideal for building construction and suitable for use below ground level and below damp proof courses. It's frostproof to withstand severe frosts.

  • Guarantee - 1 year
  • Suitability - Suitable for use below ground level and below damp proof courses

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Features and benefits

  • High compressive strength and density and low water absorption properties
  • F2 frost resistant category

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Class B Engineering Brick (H)65mm (D)102.5mm (W)215mm
Depth 102.5mm
Height 65mm
Weight 2.16kg
Texture Smooth
Frost protected Frostproof
Colour description Terracotta
CE Approved CE approved

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