DUROX Coursing Bricks

Aerated concrete coursing units – DUROX Coursing units

Overview

Durox is a modern construction material, whose versatility, light weight, thermal and acoustic properties make it the ideal solution for a wide variety of applications in all types of building. Durox coursing units are designed for use with the range of Durox blocks to avoid thermal bridging and minimise wastage.

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Where can DUROX Coursing Bricks be used?

General coursing

Durox coursing units can be used in all building types to reduce thermal bridging and minimise waste where infilling and coursing is required.

 

Why use DUROX Coursing Bricks?

Coursing Bricks

Coursing bricks are designed for use with the range of Durox blocks and should be used to avoid thermal bridging and minimise wastage.

Durox Coursing units should be used for general coursing work, in-filling small areas of wall such as between timber floor joists, roof members, window sills and over lintels. Their use will eliminate cutting and wastage.

They can be used beneath floor blocks at the bearings where the floor blocks bare directly on to the inner leaf or an internal wall. They eliminate thermal bridging by providing continuity of thermal insulation. In addition, the use of coursing slips minimises the need for labour-intensive cutting and reduces wastage.


Durox Coursing unit (3.6N, 7.3N, & 8.7N)

Block Thickness (mm) 

100 

140 

Face sizes, mm (length x height)

215 x 67

215 x 67

Unit weight (kg) (3.6N)

0.68

-

Unit weight (kg) (7.3N)

1.01

1.41

Unit weight (kg) (8.7N)

1.07

-

Thermal Conductivity (W/mK) (3.6N)

0.11

-

Thermal Conductivity (W/mK) (7.3N)

0.19

0.19

Thermal Conductivity (W/mK) (8.7N)

0.19

-

Dry Density kg/m(3.6N)

460

-

Dry Density kg/m(7.3N)

680

680

Dry Density kg/m(8.7N)

720 -

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