Brick making -15
Brick making is increased massively with the onset of the Industrial Revolution and the rise in factory building in England. For reasons of speed and economy, brick making is increasingly preferred as building material to brick making stone, even in areas where the stone was available chosen for construction to make the buildings more visible in the heavy fog and to prevent traffic accidents.
The transition from the traditional method of production brick making known as 'hand-moulding' to a mechanised form of mass production brick making slowly took place during the first half of the nineteenth century. Possibly the first successful brick making machine was patented. Brick making machine was capable of producing up to 25,000 bricks daily or even more.
Mechanical apparatus soon achieved widespread attention after it was adopted for use by for brick making at their factory near Folkestone The Brick making Machine’ was patented in 1853. dominant manufacturer of brick making machinery.
Predating both Clayton and Bradley & Craven Ltd. however was the brick making machine patented by Richard A. Ver Valen of Haverstraw, New York in 1852. The demand for high office building construction at the turn of the 20th century, led to a much greater use of brick making cast and wrought iron and later steel and concrete. The use of brick making for thick walls to maintain the structural integrity.
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