Special Shaped Bricks are generally made in two ways – manufactured as complete components, or cut from one or more standard metric or imperial bricks.
Wirecut Brick (Extruded) - Manufactured by extrusion and then wirecut to size. The different Special profiles are created by the use of different shaped dies on the end of the extruder. These are usually perforated but can also be solid.
What are Fabricated Special Shaped Bricks? What options are available, why would you use and how are these produced
It's not just our product range that makes it easy, we also offer Special Shaped Brick training and support.
What is our Wienerberger Self-Help microsite, how to find it and the benefits of using it.
This section will help you come to terms with the terminology and processes associated with Special Shaped Bricks
Group AN - angle & cant bricks
Arch & Radial Bricks.
Group BD - bonding bricks
Group BN - bullnose bricks
Group CP - capping and coping bricks
Group PL - plinth bricks
Group SD - soldier bricks
Group SL - brick slips
What are the other Special Shaped Bricks available outside of the British Standard? Here we explain which groups and profiles are available.
Our Specialist Products Team are here to help with any requirements you have whilst using Special Shaped Bricks