Randers Tegl clay bricks have been developed through the experience of many generations working with clay. The company runs brick-work production throughout Denmark. The Ultima range of sustainable waterstruck bricks have an exclusive format; Ultima has the length of two ordinary bricks and a height of just 38mm. The long format creates a unique and distinctive expression.
Interior walls made of clay bricks such as Ultima from Randers Tegl help create a pleasant indoor climate, as they store heat and cool air. In winter, the walls offer warmth, while on a hot summer day they have a cooling effect. Houses made entirely out of brickwork require less energy for heating.
The Ultima series of waterstruck bricks creates a unique distinctive expression and future-proofs your project with its sustainable qualities.
An interior wall made of bricks does not deteriorate as quickly as other materials. It has higher durability and reduces the risk of cracks.
- 100% Natural
Brick is a clean natural material that doesn't impact on the environment. Bricks are fired at temperatures so high that organic materials are eradicated.
A house made entirely of bricks is an investment, and it pays off in the short-term and long-run. The extra cost of an internal wall made of bricks can be held down.
- Heat Storage and Air Cooling
Brick is a heavy material that stores heat and cool air. Thus the indoor climate is very pleasant and you save energy.
- Balanced Air Humidity
Bricks can easily absorb humidity, as they have a surface which is more diffusion-open than other materials.
- Dry and Healthy
Bricks are 100% inorganic and absorb humidity better than other materials used in construction. This combination minimizes the risk of mildew and dust mites.
Brick is a heavy material, which offers the best noise absorption between the individual rooms. Noise coming from outside is likewise insulated, thanks to thick walls.
A SUSTAINABLE WORK OF ART
Ultima is one of the most sustainable long-format bricks on the market. The series is one of Randers Tegl’s lines of sustainable bricks produced with electricity from wind and biogas. The result is bricks with 50 % less environmental impact – but with all the technical qualities that characterise modern bricks and tiles.