the scheme for bricks production
The diagram illustrates the steps of producing bricks from their raw materials. The process is started in digging the clay as the main composition and eventually culminated in bricks ready to be delivered for building industry.
The first step is to dig the clay which next will be put on metal grid preparing to be rolled. After that, before going into the mould, the clay was mixed with sand and water. In the mould, the mixture was cut using wire cutter to shape the bricks properly. The next step is to put them in a drying oven. This step can take time up to two days.
Following the previous step, now the bricks are put in a kiln, twice. The first chamber is in 200C to 980C, while the second is higher in 870C to 1300C. The third chamber is a cooling one. This chamber itself takes up from two until three days. After being heated and chilled, finally the bricks are ready for packaging. Eventually, when the packaging is done, the bricks are delivered to fulfill their destiny.