Through-Wall Brick East Amherst NY

Through-wall brick in East Amherst are called different names by different manufacturers. But they all have one thing in common: a finished surface on both faces.

E J Militello Concrete Inc
(716) 636-2288
6465 Transit Rd
East Amherst, NY
 
Ajax Smith, Inc.
(716) 877-1126
4000 River Rd.
Tonawanda, NY
 
Agl Land Design Inc
(631) 673-2854
19 Duncan Ln
Huntington, NY
 
J & C Masonry and Landscaping Inc.
(914) 941-8146
198 Spring Street
Ossining, NY
 
Mauriello Construction
(518) 283-5321
6 Bentley Ave
Albany, NY
 
DM Padovano Construction
(716) 553-7447
320 Irvington Dr
Tonawanda, NY
 
Kabinet King
(718) 291-5023
17605 Linden Blvd
Jamaica, NY
 
Lari Construction Limited
(315) 701-0444
2572 Erie Blvd E Ste 2
Syracuse, NY
 
Anastasio Inc
(631) 499-1777
1633 E Jericho Tpke
Huntington, NY
 
Schneid Construction
(315) 479-9004
210 6th St
Syracuse, NY
 

Through-Wall Brick

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Source: Masonry Construction
Publication date: September 1, 1990

By Todd Watson

Abstract: Through-wall brick are called different names by different manufacturers. But they all have one thing in common: a finished surface on both faces. Hollow through-wall units must meet ASTM C 652; solid units must meet ASTM C 216. Generally, through-wall brick is a load-bearing brick larger than standard brick and used in a single-wythe wall. The walls usually are reinforced and grouted to increase tensile and shear strength. The nominal through-wall dimension is usually 4, 6, 8, 10, or 12 inches and the bricks can be up to 16 inches long. Hollow units have more than 25% cored area.LESS TIME AND MONEYArchitects specify through-wall brick for several reasons: low cost, high strength, quick construction, and a ready-made finish on both wall faces. Single-wythe brick walls go up fast because the units are larger and two wythes aren't needed.REINFORCING ADDS STRENGTHIn seismic areas and in areas with high winds, single-wythe brick walls must be reinforced and grouted. The ultimate strength of the wall depends on the grout, amount of rebar, and the compressive strength of the brickwork.

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