In the construction of residential buildings and industrial premises, specialists often use building materials, such as concrete blocks. They are considered the most popular for the installation of supporting structures and the construction of the foundation, but why?
Concrete is a versatile material that, thanks to such qualities as durability and water resistance, is used not only for low- and high-rise construction, but also for the construction of pavement roads and much more.
There are several reasons why developers prefer to use cement-concrete blocks for construction work:
Due to the size of the blocks, the speed of installation of the structure increases;
High strength and durability - the term of operation, built according to all the rules of construction, reaches a milestone of one hundred years;
Saving on mortar - concrete blocks fall on cement mortar;
Ability to install independently without the involvement of professional builders;
The stability of building concrete blocks to fire, water and temperature extremes.
Let's take a closer look at such products as concrete blocks, examine their basic properties and find out what concrete blocks are, as well as what advantages and disadvantages they have.
Conmach Machinery, one of the leading companies in this sector, produces briquette molds in accordance with the required standards .
So, what concrete blocks are? Concrete blocks are products made of solid concrete, which are used for the construction of structures of various functionalities.
Cobbles po paving: application and variations.
The main and most important advantage of paving stones is a high margin of safety. The cost of the material is relatively small, it is available for most domestic consumers. The life of paving can be calculated for years, which is the reason of its popularity.
Where used pavement , cobbles.
Usually pavement is laid where it is impossible to make asphalting tracks or platforms. Some consumers think that granite paving is the same concept as paving slabs. Nevertheless, there are differences between them, although they are not significant. They are produced from the same raw material, but at paving slabs the thickness reaches five centimeters, and at paving stones it exceeds ten centimeters.