www.interstatebrick.com/masonry-calculator

... 4" Norman Thin **Brick** Corner, 4" Emperor Thin **Brick**, 4" Emperor Thin **Brick**
Corner, 8" Emperor Thin **Brick**, 8" Emperor Thin **Brick** Corner, 2-1/4" Norman Thin
**Brick**. **Thickness**. 2 5/8". **Width**. 3". **Length**. 8 5/8". Units per sq ft. 5.30. **Brick**
Weight. 4.19 pound. Suggested Mortar **Width**. 3/8". Calculations. **Height** (ft).
**Length** (ft).

www.omnicalculator.com/construction/brick

The area that a single **brick** covers (the "**depth**" of a **brick** is irrelevant in the
**calculation**). Size of the mortar joint. The size of the wall (again, it's only surface
that matters, we don't care how thick the wall is). You may provide the **width** and
the **length** OR go straight for the square footage. The **brick calculator** will estimate
how ...

www.inchcalculator.com/brick-calculator

Estimating the quantity of **bricks** needed can be done with the **calculator** provided
. You can enter the **dimensions** of your wall or surface and choose the type of
**brick** you're using and the **calculator** will estimate the material you'll need. The
type of **brick** you choose will vary the estimated quantity of **bricks** because each
type ...

www.ibstock.com/brick-calculator

LOADING **CALCULATOR**. 10. 1. Course(s). 0. 75. mm. 2. 0.02 m2. 0.0. 65. 215.
**Brick** Header Size (mm). Help. **Bricks**. 1. Select size of **brick** by moving bars up or.
Co-ordinating size (-) Joint. down. 2. Select size of mortar joint. Co-ordinating
size. 3. Select **length** and **height** of wall. Co-ordinating size (+) Joint. 4.

www.gobrick.com/portals/25/docs/technical%20notes/tn10.pdf

Feb 10, 2009 **...** masonry walls using various **brick** unit **sizes**. Finally, guidelines are presented to
aid the designer in estimating the amount of materials needed for **brick** masonry.
Key Words: actual **dimension**, construction, estimating, modular masonry,
nominal **dimension**, size, specified **dimension**. **Brick** and Mortar Joint ...

www.ibstock.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Ibstock-TIS-A2-BRICKWORK-DIMENSION-TABLES-Standard-brick-sizes.pdf

**BRICKWORK DIMENSIONS** TABLE – Standard **brick**. **Brickwork dimensions**
should be used whenever possible at the design stage to minimise the need for
cut **bricks**. Tables 1 and 2 give **dimensions** for vertical and horizontal **brickwork**
courses, based on the British Standard Co-ordinating size of. 225mm x 112.5 x
75mm, ...

www.beldenbrick.com/brick-dimensions-guide.asp

Below is our **dimension** guide for selecting face **bricks**. At Belden **Brick** we offer
**brick** in all sorts of shapes and **sizes**, ensuring you will find the right one for your
home or business. Note that some Belden naming conventions differs from
industry standards on some **brick sizes**. We use the term Jumbo rather than
Engineer ...

www.brickability.co.uk/brick-calculator.htm

The Brickability **brick calculator** is here to provide you with accurate quantities of
materials and costs for the wall you want to build. Simply type in the **dimensions**
of the wall you wish to build and the size of **bricks** you will be using and our
**calculator** will tell you the number of you will need. Using our **brick calculator**
means ...

www.calctool.org/CALC/other/fun/bricks

Fill in all the boxes to find how many **bricks** or blocks are in a wall (or how many
you need to build a specific wall). The wall **thickness** should be quoted in number
of **brick** thicknesses (i.e. 2 in the diagram above). Standard UK **bricks** are 8.5 x
2.5 inches, and standard US **bricks** are 8 x 2.25 inches.