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Clay Bricks Are Replacing Solid Bricks!

Press Release: December 16, 2018

The global mineral products market, one of the leading segments of the metal and mineral manufacturing industry, grew at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of around 6% during the historic period. The growth is mainly due to the rapid growth in construction industry in emerging economies such as India, China and Brazil.

In the forecast period, the global mineral products market size is expected to be over $3250 billion by 2021, growing at a CAGR of nearly 7%. This is due to increasing investments in smart city and infrastructure projects and adoption of advanced technologies in the metal products industry.

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Hollow clay bricks are replacing solid bricks in order to construct eco-friendly buildings. The clay bricks are lighter, stronger, durable and cost effective. Hollow brick is manufactured using waste materials or natural substitutes and further formed by placing moist clay in a mold. It acts as a thermal and sound insulator due to the air present in the hollow area. It makes plumbing and other electrical drilling activities easier resulting in low labor cost. For instance, major companies offering hallow clay bricks include MRF Bricks, Summit Brick Company and Apollo Brick.

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