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  1. Doubell DIY block making hand-mould, making retaining wall blocks with an emerald shaped pattern. The machine creates a ridge in the block to stop blocks above from sliding forward.

    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 1
    Production per day 500

     

    This mould produces Retaining Wall Block - Emerald

    Dimensions: 340 x 450 x 220 mm

    GENERAL USAGE

    Retaining Wall Block - Emerald style. This wall block is used to hold back embanked earth that is prone to slide in heavy rains. On this style, there is a raised front lip to prevent blocks behind from shifting forward, which allows for steeper stacking angles.

  2. DIY Brick machine, making standard stock bricks used in all interior parts of the country

    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 6
    Production per day 3000

     

    This mould produces Stock Bricks

    Dimensions: 73 x 220 x 105 mm

     

    GENERAL USAGE

    The Stock brick is used as a standard building unit. It can be used for interior walls, exterior walls, foundations, boundary walls, etc. Many builders prefer stock bricks to cavity block for a more "solid" wall.

  3. Doubell DIY brick making Hand-Mould, making modular building blocks, but with a indented "lock frog". This creates a much stronger wall when building by increasing the mortar lock between blocks.

    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 2
    Production per day 1000

     

    This mould produces Modular Building Block Solid with Indentation

    Dimensions: 150 x 150 x 300 mm

     

    GENERAL USAGE

    This concrete masonry unit is a solid modular building block, but has an indentation for an improved mortar lock when building.

  4. Converts an egg-laying Jumbo MK2 brick-maker into a static machine producing units onto pallets instead.

    The static adaptor simulates a ground surface & instead of the brick machine resting on wheels, it is placed onto the static adaptor. With a static adaptor, you will also have the option of adding a second vibrator motor to the pallet tray for added ventral vibration. This is recommended for paver moulds.

    With a static adaptor, it could be beneficial to obtain a roller-conveyor (browse the equipment) but is not a requirement. 

     

  5. Doubell DIY block making hand-mould, making METRIC sized M6 blocks. This machine is suited for South Africa, or any other country NOT using the IMPERIAL system in construction. The IMPERIAL equivalent is the 6" block - please see the 6" block machine, which is the equivalent.

    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 1
    Production per day 500

     

    This mould produces M6 Metric Cavity Block

    Dimensions: 140 x 190 x 390 mm

     

    GENERAL USAGE

    Metric M6 Cavity Block. Used for exterior and boundary walls. This block is a South African standard. It is used in RDP housing projects & found mainly in Western Cape, Eastern Cape & Kwa-Zulu Natal.

  6. The Brick Trolley helps transport the bricks & blocks from the production area to the curing area. It's also a good general purpose transport trolley in any brickyard.

  7. Doubell DIY brick making Hand-Mould, making "super bricks".

    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 5
    Production per day 2500

    This mould produces Super Brick

    Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 220 mm

     

  8. DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 5
    Production per day 2500

     

    This mould produces Rectangular Bevel Edged Pavers 65mm

    Dimensions: 100 x 200 x 65 mm

     

    GENERAL USAGE

    Rectangular Bevel Edged Pavers. The 65mm height option allows for common walkways & light to moderate sized vehicles

  9. DIY Brick machine, making maxi cavity bricks (not to be confused with maxi BLOCKS). If you are looking for a solid version, see the DIYAAMXS(maxi brick solid)

    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 5
    Production per day 2500

     

    This mould produces Maxi Bricks Cavity

    Dimensions: 90 x 114 x 222 mm

    GENERAL USAGE

    This masonry unit is the same dimensions as the standard maxi brick, but with 3 circular cavities to reduce the material costs of 17% while maintaining similar strengths as its solid counterpart

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