the dry-stacked interlocking masonry system consists of compressed earth interlocking blocks or concrete interlocking blocks or fly-ash interlocking blocks that is laid dry-stacked or with minimum mortar slurry in a stretcher bond in a wall.
dry stack retaining wall system - wall cap. anchor diamond segmental retaining wall blocks a mortarless dry build segmental retaining wall system consisting of self-finished concrete blocks with the appearance of riven faced stone for landscape retaining walls.
welcome to ez stack blocks the revolutionary self-aligning block system for home building. ez stack blocks is a patented mortarless dry stacking block system that consists of 5 basic components. the system starts with a metal stater strip, this metal strip is formed to mate with the bottom side of the linear and corner blocks.
building a dry stack block wall with quikwall. building a garden wall, a planter, a mail box enclosure or even an outdoor kitchen can be as easy as stack and stucco with quikrete quikwall surface bonding cement.
interlocking concrete blocks one block system, haener, uses only two blocks. five men, four unskilled, built inside and outside 8 ft walls of a three room house, 800 sf, in just three hours.
the boral connex concrete block system is a dry mortarless wall system that when core-filled and reinforced is suitable for loadbearing, blade and retaining walls. connex blocks can also be used for non-loadbearing walls when partially core-filled and reinforced. connex block system comprises of three modular components which key together eliminating the need for mortared joints above the
building flexible structures with interlocking dry-stacked materials provides superior performance over rigid construction techniques. add the benefits inherent in a mortarless system - site adaptability, installation by general laborers, lower cost - and you have what we call the allan block advantage.
formablok introduces a revolutionary re-usable easy-to-use landscape block mold. with our 4 design types, you can now make your own articulating interlocking dry stack gravity blocks to create any configuration imaginable. pour anywhere with leftover redi-mix concrete or any other hardening substrate. a great way to use up excess concrete
throughout the block stacking phase and at the completion, check that the wall has remained level. before applying the surface bonding cement, dampen the surface of the block. this will aid in the adhesion of the material to the block and will also eliminate the otherwise dry block from pulling the moisture out of your surface bonding cement mix.
this dry stack walling system is an innovative solution for residential landscaping projects. no mortar is required and blocks easily stack on top of each other, ensuring quick and easy wall construction. no mortar required for savings in time, mess and money; detailed bevel provides clean wall finish
'dry stack' refers to a building technique using concrete blocks with no mortar between them. the surface on both sides is coated with a special high strength cement creating a 'sandwich' construction that is extremely strong, stronger than even the typical mortar joint.
azar dry-stack block - azar dry-stack block is a mortarless construction system that is cost effective and efficient. the design of the azar dry-stack block interlocking system allows for easy and accurate stacking. the blocks interlock both horizontally and vertically, allowing the block to remain level and connected at all times.
with some dry-stack methods, conventional concrete blocks are simply stacked, and then locked into place by a coating of fiber-reinforced surface bonding concrete sbc that is applied to both the inside and outside of the walls. some dry-stack systems use interlocking blocks that are easily assembled horizontally in an offset method.
this revolutionary system consists of interlocking blocks that 'dry stack' i.e. require no mortar , offering the potential for significant reduction in labor costs. because the system consists of only three types of block runners, ends, half blocks , the possibility of placement errors is virtually eliminated.
how to build a mortarless concrete stem wall. a stem wall is the outer portion of a structure's foundation. the stem wall lifts the structure above the ground level to protect it from moisture. there are many ways to build one, but the
a dry-stack wall is a block wall that doesnt need mortar to hold it together; its that simple. you will need some mortar to create a solid foundation for your wall, but well cover that later. dry-stack walls are best used when building a dividing wall or any wall that will not contain doors or windows, like a retaining wall, or wall around a trash can or ac unit.
stacked without mortar, haener block can be laid up to 10 times faster than conventional block by skilled, semi-skilled or unskilled laborers. self-aligning and uniform, haener block structures look professional and aesthetic the first time, every time
'the advantage of the azar dry-stack block and brick rests within the design,' says tony azar, president of ambs. 'the blocks can be interlocked both horizontally and vertically. the result is mortarless units that perform in both below- and above-grade applications ' the new azar brick is a mortarless veneering brick for exterior walls.
physical tolerances of dry-stack concrete units are limited to the first of these two interlocking mechanisms also ensures vertical alignment of blocks. the interlocking features of dry-stack units improve alignment and leveling, reduce the need for skilled labor and reduce construction time. floor and roof systems can be supported by
blocks for dry stacking with surface bonding cement do not need to be of any special design. they don't have to interlock, and best of all you don't have to know how to lay block. you simply stack the concrete blocks in a running bond pattern and then parge coat both sides with a single layer of fiber reinforced, surface bonding cement.
types of dry-packed interlocking masonry construction. depending on the type of occupancy of the building, the assembly of dry-packed masonry can be completed in one of the three ways: plain, surface bonded, and grouted ref. p. j. mancini and associates.