The customer asked: Are there any significant differences between sintered bricks and permeable bricks ? The following editors will answer your questions. Before solving the mystery, make a difference from the pictures:
The first thing that catches the eye is the sintered brick . Our factory's hot-selling models:
Secondly, it is permeable brick, which is specially used to create sponge cities in contemporary times, and the demand is also relatively large. The specifications and dimensions are various and support customization.
The permeable brick can be said to be a type of cement color brick. The previous color brick was generally made of stone powder and sand. The permeable brick is added with 0.5 stone stones, its hardness and water permeability. About 5 centimeters thick quartz sand. Permeable bricks in the natural world, rainwater naturally penetrates the ground to enter the ground, but nowadays, urban roads and squares are mostly paved with water-blocking materials such as traditional cement block bricks and ordinary ceramic sintered bricks. Rainwater permeability is blocked because of impervious concrete pavement, asphalt pavement, and the interception surfaces of various houses and buildings. In addition, due to long-term over-development and droughts in various cities, urban groundwater resources decay year by year, forming urban groundwater Bits dropped significantly. Therefore, the effect of the permeable brick is very significant. The strong permeable performance contributes a modest force to create a sponge city.
The sintered bricks are made of high-quality shale as raw materials, formed by hard plastic vacuum extrusion molding, and sintered with gas at a constant high temperature on the top of the tunnel kiln. The product has the advantages of high strength, heat insulation, sound insulation, low water absorption, freeze-thaw resistance, and never fade. Sintered bricks look like they are made by fire. They are generally produced by ceramic manufacturers. Sintered bricks can only be used on sidewalks or squares, other types can be used on sidewalks, squares, community lanes, etc.!
In summary, whether it is a sintered brick or a permeable brick, each has its own advantages. Users can choose the appropriate brick type according to their uses and needs.