Pine Hall Brick

Words: Dan Kamys

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Pine Hall Brick’s Facebrick line features authentic and simulated tumbled brick for an antique look. The series includes classic blended colors from red ranges to grays; sand and ongobe finishes. Pine Hall’s manufacturing process includes computer-controlled production and an in-house testing lab for “run to run” consistency. Additionally, the Facebrick line features a Special Shape Brick for added design creativity, and a full Paver Line, including English Edge & the “Old” Series.

Pine Hall says its Facebrick far exceeds ASTM C216, Grade SW, Type FBS (Type FBA-tumbled & rockface brick). Further, its modular face brick tests show:

  • Average compressive strength: 15,030 psi
  • Average Absorption: 4.2 %
  • C/B Ratio: .59
  • Initial Rate of Suction: 9.8 grams / minute
  • No efflorescence
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