Ceramic bricks are made of clay or clay containing masses with or without additives. Additives such as sawdust, paper or polystyrene balls reduce the bulk density, while an addition of heavy material increases them. The natural color of these bricks is red to red-brown. They can also be produced as frost-proof stones, so-called clinkers.
Essential stages of ceramic brick production
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