As a common outdoor brick, permeable bricks are increasingly used in outdoor plazas, social routes, social activities and other needs. So so many locals are using permeable bricks , so what are the characteristics of permeable bricks as pavement, what is the difference between permeable bricks on the ground and ordinary bricks, what is the good, what is the difference, what are the advantages, What are the flaws. What are the benefits? Next, the Bosch Brick Factory will give you a detailed answer, allowing you to comprehensively and comprehensively understand the characteristics and effectiveness of permeable bricks .
Many gaps of the permeable brick can absorb fine crops such as urban pollutants, dust and particulates, and can reduce pollution by dust and sand.
The permeable brick can increase the permeable, breathable life and living area of the city, can adjust the city's climate and temperature, and reduce the surface temperature effect, which is beneficial to alleviate the city's heat island sign.
There are dozens of colors of permeable bricks , and the thickness of the surface layer of the outer surface is different. Different styles of permeable bricks can be selected for mixed deployment according to actual conditions and building construction specifications, and pictures, colors can be fully integrated with the surrounding conditions.
The permeable brick also has the characteristics of absorbing noise from vehicles and pedestrians during construction, which is conducive to the invention of calm and stable traffic and living conditions.
Permeable bricks can increase the relative humidity of the ground, preserve the humidity of the soil, increase the increasingly dry groundwater resources in cities, improve the living conditions of urban surface plants and soil microorganisms, and mediate the ecological balance.
并且还能减轻集中降雨时节路途排水系统的担负 。 The permeable pavement of the permeable brick has drainage and water permeability after laying, can add walking safety and comfort, and can also reduce the burden of the road drainage system during concentrated rainfall .