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STaffordshire Red Extruded Brick Slips

Available in a Smooth, Sanded, Textured or Dragwire finish

Staffs  red smooth

Staffs Red Smooth

Staffs  red sanded

Staffs Red Sanded

Staffs  red textured

Staffs Red Textured

Ketley extruded Staffordshire Red brick slips eliminate the need and cost to cut down bricks for use with pre-fabricated panels and other cladding solutions.  They can be used in combination  with Ketley class A Staffordshire Red bricks and specials as they are made in the same plant, using the same clay and firing techniques.

This offers flexibility to architects and designers to use the most cost effective materials for the project without compromising on appearance or requiring cutting.  Ketley Brick Slips use only 30% of the embodied carbon of a traditional cut brick.  They are a highly durable, sustainable and cost effective choice for construction.

Extruded pistol bricks for corners and returns are also manufactured to complement the range of brick slips, and they are fired alongside the slips to ensure consistancy of colour.

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Case Studies

Victoria Gate Arcade In Leeds

Shortlisted in 3 categories at 2017 Brick awards

A blend of light and dark red Ketley brick slips have being used in conjunction with a range of bespoke Ketley Class A red bricks to create a stunning brick facade for the new Victoria Gate Arcade in Leeds.  The precast panels, both brick slips and special bricks were built by Thorp Precast.  For More details>>

panel of mixed red brick slips case studyVictoria

Environmental

Place of Manufacture: Brierley Hill, UK
Environmental Management: 14001        Download Certificate
Quality Management : 9001                     Download Certificate
Health and Safety Management: 18001
Life Cycle: BRE Global Certification in accordance with  EN 15804:2012  Download Certificate
Energy: Cured in gas fired kilns to 1130
Raw materials: Etruria Marl Clay from our local quarry in Brierley Hill, sand
Lifespan:  Ketley's bricks are the toughest and most durable bricks you can buy.
Recyclability: Can be crushed and used as aggregate and/or as an inert bulk fill
Packaging: We keep packaging to a minimum using wooden pallets. We do not shrink wrap or use plastic straps.

Find out more about Ketley's approach to sustainability

Technical Spec

Ketley Extruded Brick Slips

Standard: BS EN 771-1: 2011

Ketley Brick Slips are manufactured from the same clay, using the same processes as the Ketley Class A Engineering bricks and Dreadnought Roof Tiles to deliver the same technical characteristics of very low water absorption, very high strength and unrivalled frost resistance.

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Type: 

Extruded Brick Slips

Colour:

Staffs Blue / Staffs Brown Brindle / Staffs Red / Staffs Red Blue / Staffs Light Multi / Staffs Dark Multi /

Texture:

Smooth / Sandfaced / Textured / Dragwire

Manufacture:

Extruded

Dimensions:

215 x 65mm x 18mm

215 x 65mm x 15mm

Reverse Key

Ribbed key to a depth of <1mm

or Dovetail (for pre cast concrete applications)   key depth 4.5mm

Weight 18mm:

0.57 kgs per slip     

Weight 15mm:

0.45 kgs per slip    

Water Absorption ≤4.5%
Durability F2 (Frost Resistant)

Dimensional Tolerance Mean

T2

Dimensional Tolerance Range R1
Fire Reaction A1
Soluble Salt                               S2
Net Dry Density                         2200 kg/m3 = (Typically)
No. per m2 (10mm joints): 60

Packing:

Banded for fork lift off-loading.

Quantity on a pallet 18mm

1890 pieces Weight 1100kg

or 1650 pieces Weight 950kg (for delivery by courier)

Quantity on a pallet 15mm

2170 pieces Weight 1000kg

Special Bricks

A complete range of Special Shapes to BS 4729 2005 is available.  We also undertake the manufacture of 'non-standard' specials to customers' specification as required.

 

Application Guide

Ketley Brick slips can be mounted in various ways and are suitable for use in external or internal applications.  Slips can be incorporated into backing panels either with or without insulation. They can also be used for pre-fabricated arches, bay windows and chimneys.

Fixing using adhesiveribbed small

Advice should be sought on the adhesive to be used for fixing brick slips from adhesive and backing panel manufacturers.  Sand and cement mortars are not recommended.  Please refer to adhesive manufacturer technical services to determine the correct adhesive for the application.  Support will be required for the brick slips until the adhesive has set.

The thickness of the adhesive will depend on the application and backing substrate, generally the thickness of the adhesive will need to be between 6-12mm.  Some systems will require the adhesive to be buttered on the back of the slips, other systems work with the adhesive applied with a gun.  Specific advice must be sought from the backing panel manufacturer.

Pointing should take place once the adhesive has set.  It is also important that both vertical and horizontal movement joints are considered and compressive joints incorporated into the design.
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Pre-cast Concrete Panelsdove tail small

For pre-cast concrete panels Ketley brick slips are available with a 4.5mm deep dovetail key in the back to provide additional security to the adhesion of the slip to the concrete panel.  The dovetail key will allow the concrete to set within the body of the brick slip providing an additional lock that will bind the slip to the panel. 

Case Studies

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"Ketley Bricks have a natural beauty and surface quality which makes their colour appear to change in different weather conditions," Stefan Mannewitz, Project Architect at Karakusevic Carson Architects