Fastwall

$190.94 Per Pack
$1,446.50 Per 1000 Price inc GST and excludes cartage fee
Fastwall (305x90x162mm) utility bricks are predominantly used for internal walls, for supporting structures, or can be used externally when rendered or painted.

The Fastwall brick is a lighter alternative to the average two course internal brick, it is easier to lay and it stays drier in winter due to the horizontal coring.

Refer to BRANZ Appraisal Certificate No 06/033 under 'product links' below.
  • Dimensions:305 x 90 x 162mm
  • Standard Weight:5.15 kg
  • Number Per Pack:132
  • Number per m²:18.5

Technical Information

Fastwall pack details 
Bricks per sq metre: 18.5
Bricks per pack: 132
Fastwall bricks are delivered in packs, which consist of three leaves of 44 bricks per leaf.

Please check stock availability before placing an order. Please discuss your requirements, including any special requirements, with a Midland Brick Sales Advisor or Representative on 13 15 40.

Midland Bricks utility bricks' have no guaranteed colour. They may range from cream to a muddy brown. As most utility bricks are used internally or rendered, a consistent colour or texture is neither necessary nor considered during the selection process, with the exception of paint grade bricks where attention is given to texture (smooth with a square aris). The colour and texture of utility bricks do not contribute aesthetically to a finished project. For more information contact Midland Brick or see in store.

Accessories

Cored

L: 305 mm
W: 90 mm
H: 162 mm

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