By Calogera. Architecture. Published at Wednesday, May 02nd, 2018 - 19:04:49 PM.
However, there are still many people who prefer bricks compared with other materials. Bricks proved to be more durable, strong, cheap, and easier to obtain. In addition, the red brick also makes the room inside the house more cool, the walls are not easy to crack, and fireproof. Red bricks have exotic colors and natural impression so often used as a brick paste to create a wall that impressed the industrial.
Clay bricks are subdivided into 2 categories, ordinary bricks and face bricks. Ordinary bricks have erratic surfaces and colors. This brick is also commonly used for walls by using cement as an adhesive. This type of brick is often referred to as a red brick. Face brick or exposure has a more neat surface and has a uniform color and pattern so that the price is also more expensive than ordinary brick. Besides being used as a wall, exposed bricks are also used as wall coverings and decorations.
Layers of plywood or so called veneers, are glued together with a grain angle adjusted to create stronger results. Usually this layer is stacked in an odd number to prevent the occurrence of warping and can create a balanced construction. An even layer can produce boards that are unstable and easily distorted. Currently plywood has been available in various thicknesses, ranging from 0.8 mm to 25 mm with different quality levels.
Particle board is made by printing pieces of wood to form a board. This type of plywood actually has a quality that is not too good because it is susceptible to water and the carrying capacity is very low. However, particle board is widely used as raw material for furniture.
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