The Infinitum range of facing bricks from Vande Moortel are longer than the average brick and are ideal for accentuating horizontal linear designs in decorative brickwork. The Infinitum range is produced using Vande Moortel’s ‘Hand-Made’ production technique which produces a strong brick with rich natural color variations.
The Infinitum range is available with matching brick slips, a facing and corner option at 20mm thick. These brick slips ensure that continuity of detailing can be achieved.
These facing bricks are an entirely natural product, made of alluvial clay from the Quaternary from the Scheldt Valley. The brick is formed in an un-sanded mold with the clay fired at at-least 1150 °C. The facing brick is a solid molded brick and has a homogeneous structure. It is free from lime and other inclusions and has at least one stretch and one head which are free from cracks and other aspects that negatively affect the overall appearance of the brickwork.
Vande Moortel’s ‘Hand-Made’ manufacturing process means that each brick is unique. Natural color variations are achieved through a reduced firing process with varying levels of oxygen. The burn marks on the bricks are achieved by manually scattering coals over the bricks during the firing process. This manual production process gives the bricks rough contours and faint stripe patterns.