The diagram provides details on the production of construction bricks. Generally, complicated machinery and several regulated processes are needed for brick production.
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The clay is first gathered by a digger machine, and it is then ground by being
passed through a metal grid. Sand and water are added to the clays after they
have been crushed and transferred to a roller.
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Then, the mixture is either poured
into a brick-molding device or passed through a brick cutter to create bricks in the desired shape. These brick-shaped components are then placed in a drying oven and left there for 24 to 48 hours. Afterwards, they are moved to the first kiln for heating, whose temperature is moderate, 200 to 980°C. They are then roasted in the second kiln at a high temperature between 870 and 1300°C.
In summary, the raw material is dried, heated, cooled, and packaged during the
process, which typically entails seven processes.