Egg-layer or Static Brick Machine?

What is it?

STATIC BRICK MACHINE

Brick & Block production is done on wooden boards or pallets. The machinery remains stationary & the production is extruded out along a conveyor system of some kind.

EGG-LAYER BRICK MACHINE

Production of bricks occurs on a concrete slab. The machinery is not stationary - instead it moves along on wheels. Aggregate is fed into the machine & the bricks are compacted in place, after which the machinery is moved for...
Start Your Own Brickyard
From personal projects (such as house extensions, boundary walls, driveway paving, etc) to commercial block production with the intention of selling bricks to make money - It is always worth deciding on whether starting your own brickyard is a feasible solution.

So What Are The Benefits Of Starting A Brickyard?

Some immediate possible benefits to be seen are:
  • Full control over your own product quality
  • Regulation of the production delivery to safeguard against ...
How To Make Bricks And Blocks
Blockyard equipment consists essentially of a means of moulding blocks, a concrete mixer, and various general- purpose tools and equipment. These are discussed below. Blockmaking equipment There are two basic types of equipment, depending on the method of moulding the blocks: • Stationary machines that mould blocks, one or more at a time, on pallets. • “Egg-layer” machines that mould blocks on a concrete slab. Concrete mixer It is possible to make blocks on a...
Types of Brick
Bricks are used for building and pavement all throughout the world. In the USA, bricks were once used as a pavement material, and now it is more widely used as a decorative surface rather than a roadway material. Bricks are usually laid flat and are usually bonded forming a structure to increase its stability and strength. There are several types of bricks used many of them being about eight inches long and four inches thick.

There Are Various Types of Bricks Used in Masonry:

Common ...
A History of Brick-Making
One of the first building materials were mud bricks, moulded by hand and dried in the sun for days. Later, bricks were made of clay and fired in kilns to create a strong, lasting material. The raw materials that were required to make bricks were plentiful, and brick-making quickly became a trade. Bricks are commonly made of a combination of clay and sand. The mineral content of the brick determines what colour the brick will be. For instance, red bricks contain more iron, while whiter bricks hav...