Wool and seaweed derived polymer make bricks 37% stronger

Ad Support : Nano Technology   Netbook    Technology News    Computer Software

Bricks were made with sheep’s wool and a polymer derived from seaweed to make bricks that were reportedly 37 percent stronger than regular unfired bricks.

“These fibers improve the strength of compressed bricks, reduce the formation of fissures and deformities as a result of contraction, reduce drying time and increase the bricks’ resistance to flexion,” the study’s authors concluded.

If you liked this article, please give it a quick review on Reddit, or StumbleUpon. Thanks

Supporting Advertising

Business Success
   How to Make Money    
Executive Jobs    
Paid Surveys

Thank You