Girish Mahajan

Surfaced block

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A surfaced block is a concrete masonry unit with a durable, slick surface designed to provide resistance to frequent scrubbing and cleaning, graffiti, chemical exposure, moisture, impact, and abrasion.

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Common Types

Common types of surfaced blocks include glazed blocks, tile-faced blocks, sealed ground-face blocks, and polyurethane coated CMU.

Typical Usage

Surfaced blocks are found primarily in areas where a sanitary environment is required. Food and Beverage manufacturing plants, hospitals, pharmaceutical manufacturing plants, restaurants, public facilities, and schools use this type of construction material.

References

Surfaced block Wikipedia


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