Surface structure options for bricks and brick slips

Are the surface structures of bricks and brick slips completely identical?
  • Brick and brick slips surfaces with the same name are not completely identical but they are designed to fit with each other and to be used next to each other in the same wall.
  • If looking for an identical look the brick slips have to be cut from a normal brick.
Why should a brick slip be manufactured and not cut from brick?
  • Thin manufactured brick slip is often the more cost effective option and it can also vary in thickness (19mm-39mm)
  • Also corner brick slips can be manufactured cost effectively
  • Thin manufactured slips endure weather slightly better since they are made with more dense clay mixture making them absorb less moisture 
  • Producing facade panels with brick finish is easier with our manufactured thin brick slips as they are extremely accurate in size and they are also noticeably more durable than alternative options
Are corner slips needed?
  • In order to produce facade panels with a realistic brick finish, corner slips are required nearly always
  • Corner slips can be manufactured from any colour or size
  • Below are some examples of the most common corner slips

Size options for bricks

ID Size (mm) Weight (kg) Consumption
(pcs/m2)
SNF 250x120x62 2,3 52
DNF 228x108x54 2,0 62
UKF 215x102x65 1,9 60
RT60 285x135x60 2,9 47
NRT60 270x130x60 2,7 50
MRT60 285x85x60 1,9 47
RT75 285x135x75 3,4 39
MRT75 285x85x75 2,3 39
MRT85 285x85x85 2,6 35
RT85 285x135x85 4,1 35
NRT75 270x130x75 3,2 42

 

Size options for brick slips

ID Size (mm) Weight (kg)

Consumption (pcs/m2)

SNF 250x62x19* 0,6 52
DNF 228x54x19* 0,5 62
UKF 215x65x19* 0,5 60
MTL85 285x85x19* 0,9 35
MTL75 285x75x19* 0,8 39
NTL75 270x75x19* 0,8 42
MTL60 285x60x19* 0,6 47
TL185 185x185x22 1,5 25
TL135 135x135x19 0,8 46

*The thickness of a brick slip can vary from 19mm to 39mm. Thicker slips (e.g. 45mm) have to be cut from a brick.

 

Examples of common corner slips

Size options for bricks

ID Size (mm) Weight (kg) Pcs/pallet Consumption
(pcs/m2)
SNF 250x120x62 2,3   52
DNF 228x108x54 2,0   62
UKF 215x102x65 1,9   60
RT60 285x135x60 3,3 96 47
NRT60 270x130x60 3,1 96 50
MRT60 285x85x60 2,1 128 47
RT75 285x135x75 3,2 72 39
MRT75 285x85x75 2,4 96 39
MRT85 285x85x85 3,1 96 35
RT85 285x135x85 4,6 72 35
NRT75 270x130x75 3,8 72 42

 

Size options for brick slips

ID Size (mm) Weight (kg)

Consumption (pcs/m2)

SNF 250x62x19* 0,6 52
DNF 228x54x19* 0,5 62
UKF 215x65x19* 0,5 60
MTL85 285x85x19* 0,9 35
MTL75 285x75x19* 0,8 39
NTL75 270x75x19* 0,8 42
MTL60 285x60x19* 0,6 47
TL185 185x185x22 1,5 25
TL135 135x135x19 0,8 46

*The thickness of a brick slip can vary from 19mm to 39mm. Thicker slips (e.g. 45mm) have to be cut from a brick.

 

Examples of common corner slips

Brick texture design tool

 

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