Thin Brick Wall Systems: Embedded
Thin Brick is generally utilized in two primary installation methods: Embedded or Adhered.
The Embedded method is where Thin Bricks are cast integrally into a concrete substrate in conjunction with a Form Liner positioning device (also creates the mortar joint).
By using actual clay masonry products ( Thin Brick ) cast directly into concrete members ( either precast or site cast, tilt up ), these traditional building materials become more versatile -yielding greater architecture to concrete and structural integrity to brick. Thin Bricks are cast integral to a concrete substrate, usually precast or tilt-wall construction, using a form liner type positioning device. We recommend our single-use vacuum-formed plastic liner system for its flexibility, user-friendliness, and recyclability.
Superior load carrying capacity
Ease of maintenance
All buildings have a structural frame and an architectural facade. Using Thin Brick in concrete combines these two normally separate systems into a single building component. This application requires the use of Form liner for brick coursing/positioning and to create the joints.
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