Bricks & Tiles

Bricks & Tiles

Metz has a large selection of acid resistant bricks and tiles for the harshest chemical environments.

Acid bricks and tiles differ from typical commercial bricks and tiles in several ways but the most significant physical differences are in the low absorption rates and variety of physical shapes available. Acid tiles are commonly much thicker than

conventional tiles. Typical acid tiles are 20–25mm thick, whereas most commercial floor tiles are only 5–8mm thick. This additional thickness contributes to high strength and a highly chemical resistant ceramic lining capability.

Metz solutions and systems listed below

Typical Uses: Chimney & Flue Gas Linings, Flooring & Bund areas, Hoppers & Chutes, Molten Sulphur Pits, Towers & Columns, Vessels & Tanks.

Typical Uses: Bottling plants, Breweries, Pits, Production Floors, Secondary Containment Areas, Sumps, Tanker Unloading Bays, Trenches.

Typical Uses: Benzene & Fertiliser plants, Paper & Pulp Mills, Phosphoric Acid Manufacturing plants, Sulphuric Acid manufacturing plants.

Typical Uses: Breweries & Soft Drink plants, Chemical & Petrochemical plants, Commercial Kitchens, Confectionery plants, Dairy Product Processing, Food & Beverage Manufacturing plants, Industrial Plants, Poultry & Meat plants, Wear Resistant Linings, Wineries.

Typical Uses: Chimney & Flue Gas Linings, Flooring & Bund areas, Hoppers & Chutes, Sewerage Treatment plants & lines, Towers & Columns, Vessels & Tanks.

Typical Uses: Railway Station Concourses, Public Building Entries, Commercial Kitchens, Food & Beverage Manufacturing plants, Industrial Plants, Toilets & Changerooms.

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We also offer installation services

Metz’ ability to combine manufacturing, supply and installation of such a wide range of materials is unique in Australia. We would welcome your enquiry.