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Facing Brick - Obscuro | Nelissen
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Facing Brick - Obscuro | Nelissen

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  • Use

    Masonry construction
  • Applications

    Exterior, interior, new projects, renovations
  • Characteristics

    Solid brick, hand-molded, color variation
  • Colors

    Red, brown, black, grey

More about this product

The Obscuro brick collection from Nelissen is available in 12 varieties.

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

Grafit - The brick has a grey-brown base. The surface obtains a dark graphite grey colour as a result of adapted sanding treatments. The homogenous mixture of accurately predefined proportions of manganese oxide with pinkbaking lössial clay is responsible for the colour of the brick.

Nero - As a result of homogeneous mixing of maganese oxide with red-firing loam, the brick becomes a red-brown colour with a purple hue. The gentle colour hues vary from purple-brown to violet.

Bravo - By the homogeneous mixture of manganese dioxide with grey-red baking Löss loam, Nelissen Steenfabrieken obtains a red-brown brick. The brick has a surface with fine-grained sand and colours that vary from orange-brown to purple-brown brick with blue shades.

Muria - The homogeneous mixture of accurately predefined proportions of manganese oxide with grey-red baking lössial loam is responsible for the grey-brown colour of the brick. The colour ranges from mainly grey to dark grey.

Torba - The brick has a grey-brown base. The colour ranges from mainly grey to dark grey. Through sintering of the brick, the different nuances of colour are obtained.

Drago - By using different sand types a brick is created with colours that vary from light brown to purple-brown with blue shades. Through sintering of the brick, the different nuances of colour are obtained.

Dali - The homogeneous mixture of accurately pre-determined proportions of manganese oxide with grey-red baking clay is responsible for the dark brown colour of the brick. The shadings range from grey-yellow to red-brown to black.

Moreno - The homogeneous mixture of accurately predefined pro¬portions of manganese oxide with grey-red baking clay is responsible for the grey-brown colour of the brick. The colour ranges from dark grey to black.

Manganese Black - The homogeneous mixture of accurately predefined proportions of manganese oxide with grey-red baking lössial clay is responsible for the black colour of the brick. The colour ranges from mainly charcoal to pitch-black.

Ferro - The homogeneous mixture of accurately predefined proportions of manganese oxide with grey-red baking lössial clay is responsible for the black colour of the brick. The colour ranges from mainly charcoal to pitch-black with blue shades.

Luna - The homogeneous mixture of accurately pre-defined proportions of manganese oxide with grey-red baking lössial clay is responsible for the black colour of the brick. The colour ranges from mainly charcoal to pitch-black with blue shades. Through sintering of the brick, the different nuances of colour are obtained.

Cassis - The homogeneous mixture of accurately predetermined proportions of manganese oxide with grey-red baking loam is responsible for the black colour of the brick. The colour ranges from mainly charcoal grey to pitch-black, with brown and blue shades.

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