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Facing Brick - Hammered | Nelissen
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Facing Brick - Hammered | Nelissen

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  • Use

    Masonry construction
  • Applications

    Exterior, interior, new projects, renovations
  • Characteristics

    Solid brick, textured, color variation
  • Colors

    Cream, brown, black, grey

More about this product

The Hammered brick collection from Nelissen are (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.

There are 12 varieties in the Hammered collection:

CETO - The brick has a yellow base. The different colours of the substrate and the sand types used to provide colors ranging from yellow to light pink with beige and grey shades, with white deposits visible. The ageing process also influences the color shades.

Apollo - The brick has a yellow base. The mainly beige-yellow hue has an overall ecru effect with scattered pink-brown shadings and white calcareous sediments.

HEBE - The brick has a yellow base. The color variations show pastel-colored shades from orange-red to dark red, alternating with yellow nuances. The aging process also influences the color shades.

Helena - The brick has a pink base, and the color variations show pastel hues ranging from orange-red to purple-red alternated with yellow and blue-grey shadings in accurately defined proportions.

Hera - The brick has a red base, with hues ranging from brown-red with white shadings and blue sediments. All this in accurately defined proportions.

Kratos - The brick has a red base, and the color variations show hues ranging from red-brown to beige alternated with brown and white shadings, with white deposits clearly present. The aging process also influences the color shades.

Dione - The brick has a red base, and the color variations show hues ranging from red-brown to beige alternated with brown and white shadings. The aging process also influences the color shades.

Hades - The base of the brick is red. The color shades vary from red-beige and grey-white to black with reduced spots, with white deposits visible. The aging process also influences the color shades.

Pallas - The brick has a red base, with hues ranging from red to warm orange-red with white and yellow shadings and blue sediments. All this in accurately defined proportions.

Ares - The homogeneous mixture of a precise proportion of manganese dioxide in the clay results in a light grey brick. The different types of sand provide colors that vary from white to grey, interspersed with light grey and dark shades in defined proportions, in which the white deposits are clearly present.

Ziva - The brick has a red base, and the hues vary from burgundy color to purple with blue-violet shades. These shades are obtained through sanding with reddish-brown, granular, moist sand and various melted oxides in accurately defined proportions.

Chronos - The color of this dark brick varies from mainly anthracite to coal-black, with blue and brown nuances and white deposits visible. The aging process also influences the color shades.

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