In modern life, we also pay more attention to the use of modern building materials, but when we usually use it, we still get entangled in whether to use sintered bricks or terracotta bricks. This is still the choice between sintered bricks and terracotta bricks. If you don't understand the difference, and you don't know the difference between them, you will have such doubts about the use.
Sintered bricks not only have strength, but also have better heat insulation and sound insulation performance. There will be no condensation on indoor walls in winter, and the price is low. Although a variety of new wall materials continue to appear, sintered bricks will still be used as a main material in masonry projects for a period of time in the future. Sintered bricks can be used for building maintenance structures, masonry columns, arches, chimneys, kiln bodies, trenches and foundations. It can be used with heat-insulating materials such as lightweight aggregate concrete, aerated concrete, rock wool, etc., to form a lightweight wall with bricks on both sides and lightweight materials in the middle. Appropriate steel bars or steel mesh can be configured in the masonry to become a reinforced masonry, instead of reinforced concrete columns, beams, etc.
The high-quality sintered ordinary bricks are used for the masonry of the dry wall, and the first-class and qualified products can be used for the masonry of the mixed water wall. Bricks with medium frost should not be used on wet areas. Then clay bricks are a kind of clay bricks, mainly solid bricks! The nature of clay bricks is low temperature bricks, the firing temperature is about 800 ℃, and the water absorption rate is high. When we usually choose to use sintered bricks or clay bricks, we still need to choose according to our own environment, which can facilitate our use.