Technical details

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FIG. 1 – Standard Brick Veneer

Clay Bricks – Standard Brick Veneer

FIG. 2 – Standard Internal Corner

Clay Bricks – Standard Internal Corner

FIG. 3 – Standard External Corner

Clay Bricks – Standard External Corner

FIG. 4 – Flat Soffit

Clay Bricks – Flat Soffit

FIG. 5 – Flat Soffit With Brick Mold

Clay Bricks – Flat Soffit With Brick Mold

FIG. 6 – Concrete Slab & Foundation

Option 1: Min. Required for 1 & 2 Storey

Clay Bricks – Concrete Slab & Foundation Option 1 Required for 1 & 2 Storey

FIG. 7 – Concrete Slab & Foundation

Option 1: Standard Detail

Clay Bricks – Concrete Slab & Foundation Option 1 Standard Detail

FIG. 8 – Overhanging Brick Veneer

Clay Bricks – Overhanging Brick Veneer

FIG. 9 – Plastering of Concrete Base [AS]

Clay Bricks – Plastering Of Concrete Base

FIG. 10 – Brick Veneer Below Ground

Clay Bricks – Brick Veneer Below Ground

FIG. 11 – Plinth Base

Clay Bricks – Plinth Base

FIG. 12 – Typical Wall Section

Clay Bricks – Typical Wall Section

FIG. 13 – Brick Veneer on Concrete [AS]

Clay Bricks – Brick Veneer On Concrete

FIG. 14 – Alternative Cavity Solution [AS]

Cavity less than 40mm

Clay Bricks – Alternative Cavity Solution Cavity Less Than 40mm

FIG. 15 – Alternative Cavity Solution [AS]

Cvity exceeding 75mm

Clay Bricks – Alternative Cavity Solution Cavity Exceeding 75mm

FIG. 16 – Deep Reveal - Jamb

Double Stud Framing

Clay Bricks – Deep Reveal Jamb Double Stud Framing

FIG. 17 – Deep Reveal - Jamb

Using Packer

Clay Bricks – Deep Reveal Jamb Using Packer

FIG. 18 – Double Sided Brick

Option 1: External Walls Timer Floor

Clay Bricks – Double Sided Brick Option 1 External Walls Timber Floor

FIG. 18A – Double Sided Brick

Option 2: External Walls Concrete Floor

Clay Bricks – Double Sided Brick Option 2 External Walls Concrete Floor

FIG. 19 – Double Sided Brick

Internal Walls Concrete Floor

Clay Bricks – 19A Double Sided Brick Internal Walls Timber Floor

FIG. 19A – Double Sided Brick

Internal Walls Timber Floor

Clay Bricks – 19A Double Sided Brick Internal Walls Timber Floor

FIG. 20 – Timber Floor

Option 1 – Single Level

Clay Bricks – Timber Floor Option 1 - Single Level

FIG. 21 – Timber Floor

Option 2 - Single Level

Clay Bricks – Timber Floor Option 2 - Single Level

FIG. 22 – Two Storey

Option 1 - Ground Floor Veneer

Clay Bricks – Two Storey Option 1 – Ground Floor Veneer

FIG. 23 – Two Storey

Option 2 - Ground Floor Veneer

Clay Bricks – Two Storey Option 2 – Ground Floor Veneer

FIG. 24 – Timber Floor

Mid-Floor 250 Bond Beam

Clay Bricks – Timber Floor Mid-Floor 250 Bond Beam

FIG.25* – Internal Gutter/Brick [SD]

On Shelf Angle

Clay Bricks – Internal Gutter / Brick On Shelf Angle

FIG. 26 – Window Head - Aluminium [AS]

Clay Bricks – Window Head Aluminium

FIG.27 – Window Head - Timber

Clay Bricks – Window Head Timber

FIG.28 – Window Head - Aluminium

Alternative cladding above

Clay Bricks – Window Head Aluminium Alternative Cladding Above

FIG.29 – Window Head [SD]

Concrete/Stone Lintel

Clay Bricks – Window Head Concrete Stone Lintel

FIG.30 – Bay Window Head [SD]

Clay Bricks – Bay Window Head

FIG. 31 – Greenhouse Window [SD]

Clay Bricks – Greenhouse Window

FIG.32 – Window Head [AS]

Full Soldier Course

Clay Bricks – Window Head Full Soldier Course

FIG.33 – Replacing 90mm Veneer

With 70mm

Clay Bricks – Replacing 90mm Veneer with 70mm

FIG.34 – Cover Jamb Flashing

Clay Bricks – Cover Jamb Flashing

FIG.35 – Window Jamb - Aluminium

Clay Bricks – Window Jamb Aluminium

FIG.36 – Window Jamb – Timber

Clay Bricks – Window Jamb Timber

FIG.37 – Window Sill - Aluminium

Clay Bricks – Window Sill Aluminium

FIG.38 – Window Sill - Timber

Clay Bricks – Window Sill Timber

FIG.39 – Door Jamb - Aluminium

Clay Bricks – Door Jamb Aluminium

FIG.40 – Brick Door Sill [AS]

Clay Bricks – Brick Door Sill

FIG.41 – Negative Soffit

Clay Bricks – Negative Soffit

FIG.42 – Weatherboard to Brick

90˚ Internal Corner

Clay Bricks – Weatherboard To Brick 90˚ Internal Corner

FIG.43 – Weatherboard to Brick

Parallel Junction

Clay Bricks – Weatherboard To Brick Parallel Junction

FIG.44 – Sloping Parapet

Clay Bricks – Sloping Parapet

FIG.45 – Sloping Membrane Roof [SD]

Clay Bricks – Sloping Membrane Roof

FIG.46 – Pergola Fixing

Clay Bricks – Pergola Fixing

FIG.47 – Brick Columns Between Joinery

- Internal/External Feature

Clay Bricks – Brick Columns Between Joinery - Internal/External Feature

FIG.48 – Reinforced Concrete/Concrete Block Column

Clay Bricks – Reinforced Concrete/Concrete Block Column

FIG.49 – Large Width Lintel - UB [SD]

Clay Bricks – Large Width Lintel UB

FIG.50 – Large Width Lintel – Channel [SD]

Clay Bricks – Large Width Lintel Channel

FIG.51 – Head of Arch

Using Formwork

Clay Bricks – Head Of Arch Using Formwork

FIG.52 – Head of Arch

Brick Veneer using angle

Clay Bricks – Head Of Arch Brick Veneer using angle

FIG.53 – Head of Arch

Double Veneer using Formwork

Clay Bricks – Head Of Arch Double Veneer using Formwork

FIG. 53A – Head of Arch

Veneer and slips

Clay Bricks – Head Of Arch Veneer and slips

FIG.53B – Head of Arch

Brick Slips

Clay Bricks – Head Of Arch Brick Slips

FIG.54 – Veneer Over Openings

Using Shelf Angles

Clay Bricks – Veneer Over Openings Using Shelf Angles

FIG.55 – Deck Connection

Option 1: Using 'H' bracket

Clay Bricks – Deck Connection – Option 1: Using H Bracket

FIG.56 – Deck Connection

Option 2: Shelf Angle

Clay Bricks – Deck Connection – Option 2: Shelf Angle

FIG.57 – Deck Connection

Option 3: Using Plates & Bolts

Clay Bricks – Deck Connection – Option 3: Using Plates & Bolts

FIG.58 – Attaching Lightweight Structures to Veneer [SD]

Clay Bricks – Attaching Lightweight Structures To Veneer

FIG.59 – Parapet - External Veneer

Clay Bricks – Parapet – External Veneer

FIG.60 – Parapet Detail [SD]

Full Brick/Double Cavity/Shelf Angle

Clay Bricks – Parapet Detail – Full Brick/Double Cavity/Shelf Angle

FIG.61 – Parapet - Metal Capping

Clay Brick – Parapet Metal Capping

FIG.61A – Parapet Detail

Ventclad/Brick Slip or Veneer

Clay Brick – Parapet Detail Ventclad/Brick Slip or Veneer

FIG.62 – Brick Slips

Eterpan Corner Plan Detail

Clay Brick – Brick Slips Eterpan Corner Plan detail

FIG.63 – Brick Slips

Eterpan Section Detail

Clay Brick – Brick Slips Eterpan Section detail

FIG.64 – Garage Opening

Brick Slips on Eterpan

Clay Brick – Garage Opening Brick Slips on Eterpan

FIG.65 – Soffit End Detail

Clay Brick – Soffit End Detail

FIG.66 – Window Head

Brick Slips on Eterpan

Clay Brick – Window Head Brick Slips on Eterpan

FIG.67 – Window Sill

Brick Slips on Eterpan

Clay Brick – Window Sill Brick Slips on Eterpan

FIG.68 – Two Storey Veneer

Option 1 – Concrete Mid-Floor

Clay Brick – Two Storey Veneer Option 1 Concrete Mid-Floor

FIG.69 – Concrete Mid-Floor

Clay Brick – Concrete Mid-Floor

FIG.70 – Wall At Side Of Roof Slope [SD]

Secret Gutter Option

Clay Brick – Wall at side of roof slope Secret Gutter Option

FIG.71 – Wall At Side Of Roof Slope [SD]

Flashing Option

Clay Brick – Wall at side of roof slope

FIG.72 – Meter Box Head

Clay Brick – Meter Box Head

FIG.73 – Meter Box Sill

Clay Brick – Meter Box Sill

FIG.74 – Typical Pipe Penetration

Clay Brick – Typical Pipe Penetration

FIG.75* – Shelf Angle [SD]

Hidden Joint Rebated Brick

Clay Brick – Shelf Angle Hidden Joint Rebated Brick

FIG.76* – Shelf Angle Under Window [SD]

(Concrete Tile Only)

Clay Brick – Shelf Angle Under Window Concrete Tile

FIG.77* – Top Of Roof Slope [SD]

Clay Brick – Top of roof slope

FIG.78 – Top Of Roof Slope [SD]

Option: Timber Support

Clay Brick – Top of roof slope

HeadFIG.79 – Wall At Side Of Roof Slope [SD]

Option: Secret Gutter - Timber Support

Clay Brick – Wall at side of roof slope

FIG.80 – Enclosed Deck [SD]

Clay Brick – Enclosed Deck

FIG.81 – Base Of Sloping Shelf Angle - Plan View

Small Stop End (eg Ardex BT700 Kickout Flashing)

Clay Brick – Base Of Sloping Shelf Angle

FIG.82 – Flat Soffit & 150mm Frieze Board

Clay Brick – Flat Soffit & 150mm Frieze Board

FIG.83 – Cavity Wall

Maximum Recommended Height 1600mm

Clay Brick – Cavity Wall

FIG.84 – Cavity Wall - High Wind Area

Recommended for walls over 1600mm and High Wind Area

Clay Brick – Cavity Wall High Wind Area

FIG.85 – Single Wall Foundation

Clay Brick – Single Wall Foundation

FIG.86 – Typical Gate Post

Clay Brick – Brick Column Typical Gate Post

HeadFIG.87 – Brick Column - Timber Post

Clay Brick – Brick Column timber Post

FIG.88 – Brick Column - Steel Post

Clay Brick – Brick Column Steel Post

FIG.89 – Brick Column - Concrete Block Column

Clay Brick – Brick Column Concrete Block

FIG.90 – Brick Column - Timber Pile

Brick Veneer – Brick Column Timber Pile

FIG.91 – Single Wall - Capping Options

Clay Brick – Single Wall Capping Options

FIG.92 – Cavity Wall - Capping Options

Clay Brick – Cavity Wall – Capping Options

FIG.93 – Suggested Wall Plan Layouts

Recommend the use of MASONS Bricklock STR and CNR to strengthen walls

Clay Brick – Suggested Wall Plan Layouts

FIG.94 – Bonding Patterns

Clay Brick – Bonding Patterns

FIG.95 – Mortar Joints

Clay Brick – Mortar Joints

FIG.96 – Minimum Circle

With 10mm Mortar Joints

Clay Brick – Minimum Circle

FIG.97 – Flat Segmental Circle

Clay Brick – Flat Segmental Circle

FIG.98 – Piers & Returns

Brick Veneer Openings & Arches

Clay Brick – Piers & Returns – Brick Veneer Openings & Arches

FIG.99 – Soldier Courses

Clay Brick – Soldier Courses

FIG.100 Corbelling

Clay Brick – Corbelling

FIG.101 – Special Shaped Bricks

Clay Brick – Special Shaped Bricks

FIG.102 – Banding

Clay Brick – Banding

FIG.103 – Quoining (Corner Detailing)

Clay Brick – Quoining Corner Detailing

FIG.104 – Dog Toothing

Clay Brick – Dog Toothing

FIG.105 – Galvanised Steel Lintels

Clay Brick – Galvanised Steel Lintels

FIG.106 – Examples Of Window Shapes

Use of Galvanised Steel Angles to Support Brick Veneer

Clay Brick – Examplles Of Window Shapes

FIG.107 – Window Sill Options

Clay Brick – Window Sill Options

FIG.108 – Arches

Clay Brick – Arches

FIG.109 – Curve Formula

Clay Brick – Curve Formula

FIG.110 – Arch Formula

Clay Brick – Arch Formula

FIG.111 – Arch Formula - Tapered Bricks

Clay Brick – Arch Formula Tapered Bricks

FIG.112 – Detail Using Brick Slips

Clay Brick – Detail Using Brick Slips

FIG.113 – Block Retaining Wall

Clay Brick – Block Retaining Wall

FIG.114 – Timber Retaining Wall

Clay Brick – Timber Retaining Wall

FIG.115 – Planter Box

Clay Brick – Planter Box

FIG.116 – Brick Edging

Clay Brick – Brick Edging

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