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The difference between bread brick and Dutch brick permeable brick

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更新时间:2018年11月21日11:09:25 打印此页 关闭 Clicks: 889 Updated: November 21, 2018 11:09:25 Print this page Close

What is a bread brick? What is a Dutch brick? What are the differences between them? The following editor of Guangzhou Wanxin Pipe Industry Co., Ltd. will tell you about bread bricks and Dutch bricks.

First, bread brick

Originating in the Netherlands, also known as bread bricks, during the process of building the city by the Dutch, it was found that after the sea water was discharged, the ground would continue to settle because it could not touch the water for a long time. Once the dykes on the coastline are washed away, the seawater will be actively washed to cities much lower than sea level, engulfing all the cities facing the sea. In order to prevent the ground from sinking, the Dutch made a small pavement brick with a length of 100 mm, a width of 200 mm, and a height of 50 mm and a height of 60 mm. Crevice. When it rains like this, the rainwater will enter the ground through the gap between the bricks. This was later famous Dutch brick.

Second, Dutch brick

Permeable bricks originated in the Netherlands. During the Dutch's process of building a city by the sea, it was found that after the seawater was discharged, the ground would continue to settle due to the inability to touch the water for a long time. Once the dykes on the coastline are washed away, the seawater will be actively washed to cities much lower than sea level, engulfing all the cities facing the sea. In order to prevent the ground from sinking, the Dutch made a small pavement brick with a length of 100 mm, a width of 200 mm, and a height of 50 mm and a height of 60 mm. Crevice. When it rains like this, the rainwater will enter the ground through the gap between the bricks. This was later famous Dutch brick.

After a while. In order to strengthen the compressive and flexural strength of the brick body. Technicians use crushed stones as data to participate in cement and adhesive admixtures so that their water permeability and strength can meet the needs of urban roads. This kind of brick is a permeable brick used on municipal roads. The price of this kind of brick is relatively cheap.

Due to its better water permeability, durability, non-slip and other advantages, Dutch bricks are widely used in urban pavement reconstruction. It can be seen in parks, squares, walking paths, etc.

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