Included Products : Concrete Masonry Units
Together, these four attributes determine if a concrete masonry unit is INCLUDED in assessments:
of dry-cast concrete
on mechanized block-making equipment by vibrating and compacting into forms
It's suitable for masonry construction
defined as "the act of building structures from single units laid and bound together".
is 3 inches or greater
Here are examples of concrete masonry units INCLUDED in the checkoff assessment:
Includes smooth color, split-face, ribbed, scored, polished, textured, ground face, etc
The units have a glazed finish integrally bonded to the face of the concrete block.
Concrete masonry units joined to create a lintel are included, while lintels designed to span an entire opening are excluded.
These architectural units are included if their actual widths are 3 inches or greater and if they are made on a block machine.
These units and related specialty units are included if their actual widths are 3 inches or greater and if they are made on a block machine.
( 3 inches or greater in actual width)
Concrete brick that are architectural (integrally colored or other exposed face)
Products consisting of individual concrete masonry face shells combined with other materials to create a unit for masonry construction are part of the assessment.
There may be additional units you produce that meet the assessment criteria (made of dry-cast concrete, formed mechanically, intended for masonry and at least 3 inches in actual width) so they would also be INCLUDED even if they are not shown here.