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Velour cut bricks also known as extruded bricks, are made using a more modern method of brick manufacturing. Relatively low moisture clay is extruded through a die to form a column.  This column of clay is then cut with wires to split the clay into individual bricks.  Small particles and inclusions in the clay are dragged through and pushed into the surface adding a slight texture oriented in the direction of the extrusion. Usually this type of brick is used in commercial applications or contemporary settings.

Modular size shown in the picture is most common for wall veneering.

Thin Brick
Thin Brick Corner, 90 Deg.
Edge Cap
Edge Cap Corner, Left
Edge Cap Corner, Right

Modular size shown in the picture is most common for wall veneering.

Velour bricks will meet or exceed all requirements as set forth in ASTM C-1088, Type TBS, Grade Exterior

Note: Product colors are illustrated as accurately as photographic & digital reproduction techniques allow. Final color selection should be made from actual product samples.


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