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Does not require sand for construction
After laying first layer accurately we need to place upper layer bricks with staggered joints. Bricks are designed in such a way that no cement sand mortar is required while construction hence no sand is consumed while construction.
Require very less cement for wall construction
Design of brick creates a small cavity at joints as we construct the wall which is to be filled by liquid mortar. Cement required for this is very less as compared to conventional brick work.
Almost no cracks develop to wall throughout its life span
Method of construction of wall just follows the concept of dry stacking of bricks which reduces internal stresses which leads to almost no cracks.
No plaster required to the wall surface
Joinery of brick work is designed in such a way that there is no necessity of external or internal plaster. Even without plaster wall does not allow water to pass through.
Creates beautiful ambiance without much expenses
A constructed wall needs to be clean properly and should be repaired as per necessity. This automatically creates a good façade and adds to the ambience of the building.
Plumbing and electrical services can run through while wall construction
In general practice water lines and electrical lines used to dig in wall surface after whole construction is done this can be avoided by placing service lines in position while constructing wall. It can be done easily using cavity space.
Structure can be braced horizontally as well as vertically
With the help of cavity we can place horizontal and vertical bars between adjacent rcc members these bars adds to the structural stability of the building and also help resisting earthquake like calamities.
Monolithic and Homogeneous construction possible
With the help of advanced shuttering method we can cast columns and beams after construction of wall with necessary horizontal reinforcement through cavity of bricks. Due to this there is substantial reduction in vertical cracks near column and horizontal cracks at beam bottom and the structure becomes monolithic and homogeneous.