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Brickmaking

Michael Dumbleton

Brickmaking

a local industry.

by Michael Dumbleton

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Published by Bracknell and District Historical Society in Bracknell .
Written in English


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SeriesBracknelland District Historical Society booklet -- 2
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Open LibraryOL13832390M

It was the largest brickmaking region in the world, supplying vast amounts of this most essential building material to the fastest-growing city in the world. Spanning three and a half centuries, this industry ceased to exist in the year On Sunday 8 December, Pollagh Heritage Group’s first book The Story of Brickmaking in Pollagh, County Offaly" was launched by Peter Ormond, Cathaoirleach of Offaly County Council, at the Pollagh Community Centre. Retailing at €15, this full-colour book is on sale now at the Community shop in Pollagh, Offaly History Centre, Tullamore and at the Bridge Centre in the days before Christmas.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Searle, Alfred B. (Alfred Broadhead), Modern brickmaking. London, Scott, Greenwood & Son, Brickmaking, Kelvin Mason, This book reviews the theory and practice of technology transfer, change and development. It looks at definitions of Appropriate and Intermediate Technologies in the modern, global context. Based on the experiences of a project of working with brickmakers in Peru.


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Brickmaking, and went to New York City to select ma­ terial to aid me in the work, but, to my astonishment, the largest and best libraries and book stores contained no book on brickmaking, and the Brickmaking book that I was able to glean, with the aid of expert clerks, from books of gene­ ral information, was of such a perfunctory character.

This book gives an insight into the surprising variety of bricks, as well as a brief history of brickmaking, descriptions of hand and machine moulding, drying, the use of kilns and firing.

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Spanning three and a half centuries, this industry ceased to exist in This is the Brickmaking book history of this important industry.5/5(3). Bricks were introduced to Britain by the Romans and reintroduced by Flemish craftsmen in the middle ages.

Until the early nineteenth century they were made in numerous small brickyards supplying local needs, but eventually increasing demand led to the invention of improved brickmaking machines and kilns. This book gives an insight into the surprising variety of bricks, as well as a brief.

In the mid-nineteenth century the development of automated brickmaking machines such as the Bradley & Craven Ltd "Stiff-Plastic Brickmaking Machine" revolutionised the brick-manufacturing process.

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Brickmaking began in early winter with the digging of clay, which was left exposed to the weather until the spring, allowing frost and rain to wash away salts and break up the clay. In the spring, brickmakers tempered the clay, mixing it with sand and water to get the right consistency and color and churning it in a “ring pit” with a horse.

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the book is detailed and starts at the beginning with a description of clay types and the winning or acquiring of clay, its evaluation for brick making, the handling of the clay and the ultimate formation and curing of the material into bricks.4/5(1).

Once the Industrial Revolution broke out, the brickmaking machinery was introduced. Consequently, the number of clays that could be made into brick was greatly increased which influenced the production capacity. Handmade brick production ranged up to 36, bricks per week but by a brickmaking machine m bricks a day.

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Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and "The purpose of this study is simply to provide the information necessary for the proper interpretation of kiln-fired clay bricks found at archaeological sites.

Bricks made of adobe, cement, or sand-lime are not included. Much of the emphasis has been placed on manufacturing techniques and the traces these processes leave behind, because they are a rich source of information that has been 3/5(1).

This book gives an insight into the surprising variety of bricks, as Until the early nineteenth century they were made in numerous small brickyards supplying local needs, but eventually increasing demand led to the invention of improved brickmaking machines and kilns.4/5.

A brick is a type of block used to build walls, pavements and other elements in masonry construction. Properly, the term brick denotes a block composed of dried clay, but is now also used informally to denote other chemically cured construction can be joined together using mortar, adhesives or by interlocking them.

Bricks are produced in numerous classes, types, materials, and. Pollagh Heritage Group’s first book The Story of Brickmaking in Pollagh, County Offaly will be launched by Cathaoirleach of Offaly County Council, Peter Ormond, on Sunday 8 December at 2pm in Pollagh Community Centre.

The book represents almost two years of work by the group to locate, collect and represent research materials including recorded interviews. Brickmaking at the restoration of the Jamestown Church Tower: Listen.

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