ASTM C 1405—08 Standard Specification for Glazed Brick (Single Fired, Solid Brick Units) (PDF Download)

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This specification deals with the standards for bricks, having a ceramic glaze finish fused to the body during the same process as the unit body firing, that are intended for use in masonry. These products are also proposed for use in supplying structural or facing components. This specification, however, doest not cover double-fired glazed brick. The bricks shall be available in two grades: grade S (standard) and grade SS (select sized). Two types and classes of bricks are also covered: type I (single-faced units) and type II (two-faced units); and class exterior and class interior. The glazed bricks shall also conform to the physical properties such as durability, strength and absorption requirements and freezing and thawing requirements.

This standard is referenced in the 2012 International Building Code® and the International Residential Code®.

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This specification deals with the standards for bricks, having a ceramic glaze finish fused to the body during the same process as the unit body firing, that are intended for use in masonry. These products are also proposed for use in supplying structural or facing components. This specification, however, doest not cover double-fired glazed brick. The bricks shall be available in two grades: grade S (standard) and grade SS (select sized). Two types and classes of bricks are also covered: type I (single-faced units) and type II (two-faced units); and class exterior and class interior. The glazed bricks shall also conform to the physical properties such as durability, strength and absorption requirements and freezing and thawing requirements.

This standard is referenced in the 2012 International Building Code® and the International Residential Code®.

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Publisher ASTM International
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