Blue Class B Perforated K209 65mm Bricks (Pack of 400)

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(£1.46/brick)

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Height65mm
Width:102.5mm
Length:215mm

Blue Class B Perforated K209 65mm Bricks (Pack of 400) are a blue brick manufactured by 400.
Engineering bricks are specified for their physical characteristics and not their appearance. They have high compressive strength and low water absorption and are classified only by these properties. Their use for facing work should be avoided, as they are not subject to the same level of inspection for surface irregularities or colour variation as a facing brick. Where aesthetic performance is a major consideration, facing bricks should be used.

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circleExpress delivery by Wednesday 24th July
More info Order by 3pm for delivery on this date. £20 per pallet.
circleFree delivery by Thursday 25th July
More info Order by 3pm for delivery on this date. Subject to postcode.
circleSaturday delivery available
More info Available for £100 per order.
circleAM delivery available
More info Delivery between 8am and 1pm. £30 per order.

Product Information

Blue Class B Perforated K209 65mm Bricks (Pack of 400) are a blue brick manufactured by 400.
Engineering bricks are specified for their physical characteristics and not their appearance. They have high compressive strength and low water absorption and are classified only by these properties. Their use for facing work should be avoided, as they are not subject to the same level of inspection for surface irregularities or colour variation as a facing brick. Where aesthetic performance is a major consideration, facing bricks should be used.