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Facing Brick - Passion | Nelissen

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  • Use

    Masonry constructions
  • Applications

    Exterior, interior, new projects, renovations
  • Characteristics

    Solid brick, color variation
  • Colors

    Red

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The Passion brick collection from Nelissen is available in 13 varieties.

The facade bricks (non-perforated) have five sand-covered sides and one side with a possible oblong groove. The structure looks rugged with fine and irregular grooves on the sandy surface. The baking process takes place in a gas-heated tunnel oven under a slightly reduced atmosphere.

Klampsteen Kesselt - The brick has a dark red base with the hues varying from grey to red with white-yellow sediments.

Rosso - The brick has a red base with hues ranging from red to dark red. The rather neutral and even color is the result of the red baking Kesselt löss clay.

Wijnegem - The brick has a salmon-pink base, with the hues ranging from beige-pink to brownish red as a result of the treatment and sanding of the typical Kesselt red baking lössial clay with fine-grained sand.

Spanish Red - The hues range from orange-red to bright red as a result of the treatment and sanding of the typical Kesselt red baking lössial clay with brownish-red fine-grained sand.

Trafalgar - The brick has a red base, with colours ranging from orange-red, bright-red to violet. The colour effects are the result of a mixture of clay with sawdust and brownish red, fine-grained sand. All this in accurately defined proportions.

Falo - The brick has a red base, with colours ranging from orange-red to dark red. The darker shade on the facing brick is obtained by means of coal sintering.

Dante - The brick has a red base, with colours ranging from orange-red, bright-red to violet. The red shades are obtained by using natural sands with varying baking colours. The darker shade on the facing brick is obtained by means of coal-sintering.

Rosina - The brick has a red base, with colours ranging from orange-red, bright-red to violet. The colour effects are the result of a mixture of clay with sawdust and brownish red, fine-grained sand and blue shades. All this in accurately defined proportions.

Autrique - The brick has a red base, with colours ranging from orange-red to burgundy with blue shades. The shading is obtained from a mixture of lössial clay with reddish-brown, granular and moist sand and various melted oxides in accurately defined proportions.

Salto - The brick has a red base, and the hues vary from burgundy colour to purple with blue-violet shades. The shading is obtained from a mixture of lössial clay with reddish-brown, granular and moist sand and various melted oxides in accurately defined proportions.

Razzo - The brick has a red base, and the hues vary from burgundy colour to purple with blue-violet shades. The shading is obtained from a mixture of lössial clay with reddish-brown, granular and moist sand and various melted oxides in accurately defined proportions. Through sintering of the brick, the different nuances of colour are obtained.

Veneto - The brick has a red base, and the hues vary from burgundy colour to purple with blue-violet shades. The shading is obtained from a mixture of lössial clay with reddish-brown, granular and moist sand and various melted oxides in accurately defined proportions.

Aubergine - The brick has a red base, and the hues vary from burgundy colour to dark red with purple shades. The shading is obtained from a mixture of lössial clay with reddish-brown, granular and moist sand and various melted oxides in accurately defined proportions.

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