The origin of the permeable brick
After the United States, the company has invented a brick body itself has a strong water absorption function of the road brick. When the brick body is filled with water when the water will be discharged to the ground, but the brick drainage speed is very slow, in the rainy weather, this brick is almost nothing to help, this brick is also called Shu Bulu Section road brick.
In the 1990s, there were Shuplock bricks in Beijing, and the technical staff of the Beijing municipal administration department invented a kind of brick with a pervious hole and a water-permeable pavement. The rain will flow from the tiny holes in the brick body to the ground.
In order to strengthen the compressive strength and flexural strength of the brick body, the technician uses the gravel as the raw material to add the cement and the glue admixture so that the water velocity and the strength can meet the needs of the urban road. It is a permeable brick used on municipal roads, which is relatively inexpensive compared to ceramic tiles that are fired with ceramic, and are suitable for most areas.
Due to the better water permeability of the Dutch bricks, it is widely used in urban road reconstruction. But also a lot of investors to invest in the popular industry.
In order to meet the needs of the public, many cement products factories are also developing new permeable brick, such as the development of a more flood-resistant tiles.
So the tiles are widely used in urban road reconstruction.