What are Porotherm Blocks?
Porotherm Clay Hollow Bricks are used for Non-Load Bearing partition walls or infill masonry. It has 60% less weight when compared to solid concrete blocks and provides excellent thermal insulation.
Advantages of Porotherm bricks:
- Thermal Insulation: It improves the indoor comfort of the building by keeping it cool in summer and warm in winter when compared to the external temperatures.
- Eco - friendly: It saves a lot of energy as well as money. And instead of using AC and heaters, Porotherm clay bricks can be used, as it eliminates the prerequisite.
- Speed of construction: Porotherm is easy to handle and therefore is no curing required. Hence the speed of construction is faster.
- Maintenance: It has got zero maintenance cost and adding to that these they have high fire resistance, as well as longevity.
- Clean and dry work site: Porotherm ensures a clean and dry work site as it doesn’t leave any debris.
- Ease of Fitting Pipes and Fixtures: When you want to install fixtures, porotherms can be cut and used for electrical and plumbing work.
Specification of Porotherm bricks
|Parameters||Clay Hollow Bricks|
|Also Known as||Porotherm Blocks|
|Composition||Clay, Cement and Coarse Aggregates|
|Weight||4 Inch = 6 -7 Kgs|
|6 Inch = 8.5 - 9.5 Kgs|
|8 Inch = 11 - 11.5 Kgs|
|Advantages||Rapid Execution, Reduction in cost and has better insulation properties.|
|Strength||Grade 1 = 4 N/mm2|
|Load carrying capacity||No|
|No. of bricks/ blocks required per square meter||12 Nos.|
|Prices of block per square meter (Average rate for a 4 Inch Thick wall)||Rs.484|
|4 Inch= 16in x 4in x 8in||6 Inch= 16in x 6in x 8in||8 Inch= 16in x 8in x 8in|
Therefore Porotherm hollow bricks are aesthetically beautiful and functionally smart bricks which are being extensively used as quality, strength and economic value are commended upon them. These bricks are also being used by high-end builders and developers, and we would recommend you to use them too. For more information on Porotherm Smart Bricks and to buy superiority quality of porotherm blocks Click here.