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Compare Fly Ash Brick and Clay Brick

Compare Fly Ash Brick and Clay Brick

An average house of 10 squares will need approximately 22,000 clay bricks (conventional) of 230mm x75mm x100mm size. If fly ash bricks are used, you will need only 2750 of them. They come in sizes 400mm x 200mm x 150mm.

One such fly ash brick can replace eight clay bricks. Thus, you can save more than half of your budget for bricks.

A fly ash brick contains fly ash to the extent of 60 per cent and other components are gypsum, lime and coarse sand. Alternatively, they are made using the combination of fly ash, cement and coarse sand. As you know, fly ash, which is an industrial waste, can be utilised for various purposes such as making of bricks, blocks, concrete, tiles, kerb stones, paving slabs, survey pillars, door and window frames, inter-locking bricks and flowerpots.

The bricks are lighter in weight by 10 per cent compared to clay bricks. It is said that fly ash bricks absorb less water compared to clay bricks (10 to 12 per cent as against to 15 to 20).

Fly ash can be manufactured in different sizes and colours with ash content being 35 per cent. They are strong and less susceptible to scratches. They can be used for courtyards, pathways and are most suitable for footpaths.

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