Hollow Concrete Cavity Blocks

  • Hydraulically Pressed and Vibrated
  • Concrete Blocks Solid Closed Cavity & Hollow
  • Light in Weight – Excellent in Strength

For most economical and speedy solution to the building problem of any type Available in Various Sizes:

  • Height 200 to 500 mm
  • Length 400 to 600 mm
  • Width 50 , 75 , 100 , 150 and 200 mm
  • And also as per customer’s desired specifications. In various classes viz. Load Bearing (for roofing’s)
  • Non – Load Bearings (for Partition Walls)

  • solid blocksSolid Blocks for Foundation
    100 x 200 x 400 mm
    200 x 200 x 400 mm
  • corner blockCorner Column Blocks
    200 x 200 x 400 mm
  • closed cavityClosed Cavjty Blocks for Walls
    200 X 200 x 400 mm for load bearing walls
    150 x 200 x 400 mm for external walls
    100 X 200 x 400 mm and 75 X 200 x 400 mm for partition walls
  • roofingblocksRoofing Blocks
    530 x 250 x 140 mm
    410 x 250 x 140 mm
  • banduBand (U) Blocks for use in RCC band
    100 x 200 x 200 mm
    200 x 200 x 200 mm

Exceptional economy

Concrete block masonry is exceptionally economical in building construction. Its economy, as compared to other types of masonry construction, is one of the principal reasons for the rapid increase in the use of concrete block masonry. Architects, builders, owners and others ordinarily scrutinize costs even more closely now than in the past, which means that concrete block masonry, because of its definite economies, can occupy an increasingly important position in the building construction field. Concrete block masonry is economical to use because the units are relatively large, true to size and shape, and provide, good mortar bedding— factors which ensure rapid construction with efficient use of the mason’s and helper’s time.

The fewer joints in concrete block masonry result in considerable saving in mortar as compared to brick masonry construction. The advantages of more wall laid per mason-hour, and the saving in mortar give concrete block masonry a decided cost-advantage in most parts of the country. Saving in plaster is another aspect which needs to be reiterated in this chapter. Hollow concrete block masonry provides a very even surface which does not necessitate plaster on the interior surface of walls, thus effecting a further substantial economy. Even where walls are to be plastered, concrete block masonry is more economical since the regular-sized units result in walls with true plane surfaces which require a minimum amount of mortar for satisfactory coverage. There is no loss of material in filling hollows which result when irregular-sized units are used. Concrete block masonry also provides a surface to which plaster adheres readily, a factor of considerable importance in obtaining rapid application. Contractors quote special reduced prices when plaster is to be applied on a concrete block masonry wall.


Method of Laying Blocks

laying blocks