HF220 Blocks

220The HF220 block is the standard block and is suitable for external 9″ thick walls. The block shape is interlocking with beveled / champhered edges. Interlocking blocks can be used in dry masonry or with mortar slurry. First course (above DPC), lintel and top courses are mortar layered. It is recommended to consult the local building codes and structural engineer for suitable application.

Block dimensions (in mm) are:
Length: +- 120 – 240 mm
Width: 220 mm
Height: 115 mm

HF220 conduit block

HF220 conduit block is similar in dimension and application as HF 220 block above with additional provision for conduit for horizontal reinforcement applications in Earthquake resistant construction applications.

Block dimensions (in mm) are:
Length: +- 120 – 240 mm
Width: 220 mm
Height: 115 mm

It is recommended to consult the local building codes and structural engineer for suitable application

HF150 block

150-mm-2HF150 block is suitable for external / partition 6″ thick walls. The block shape is interlocking with beveled / champhered edges. These blocks can be used with mortar slurry. First course (above DPC), lintel and top courses are full mortar layered. It is recommended to consult the local building codes and structural engineer for suitable application.

Block dimensions (in mm) are:
Length: +- 120 – 240 mm
Width: 150 mm
Height: 115 mm

In Fill, Partition Walls & Thinner Outer Walls

wall2HF 150 Block has interlocks, allowing a mason to construct using minimal cement slurry between them. These blocks are used as an inexpensive alternative to walls build with standard 220mm blocks. The applications can be framed building walls – internal /external, boundary walls etc.

Twin Bricks can be made from Interlocking Block making  machine using special mould. These bricks are practically double of standard brick with beveled / champhered edges for better aesthetics and handling. Twin brick is useful for internal / external wall applications and can be used on 115 mm as well as 150 mm wall thickness with additional advantage of saving the mortar due to twin brick.

Paver Blocks can be made from Interlocking Block making machine using special mould. Paver blocks of 115 mm thickness and appropriate cement and coarse sand for making drifts.