LINKSUse the following links to connect to the listed Websites.Ohio Masonry Association -www.ohiomasonry.org Belden Brick - www.beldenbrick.com Oberfield's - www.oberfields.com Versa-Lok - www.versalok.com Rosetta Wall systems - www.discoverrosetta.comBriar Hill Stone - www.briarhillstone.comRummings Bluestone - www.rummingsbluestone.com Cultured Stone - www.culturedstone.com Heritage Stone - www.heritagestone.com Masony Systems - www.masonrysystems.org United Precast - www.unitedprecast.net Quikrete - www.quikrete.com Euclid Chemical - www.euclidchemical.com Prosoco -www.prosoco.com Bon Tool - www.bontool.com Marshalltown Tool - www.marshalltown.com Neenah Foundry - www.nfco.com |

Length of wall X Height of wall = Square footage of wallMASONRY CONVERSION TABLESBLOCK Square footage of wall X 1.125 = Number of block required Example: 120' X 24' = 2,880 Sq. Ft. X 1.125 = 3,240 block Square footage of wall X 7.00 = Number of brick requiredMODULAR BRICKExample: 120' X 24' = 2.880 Sq.Ft. X 7.00 = 20,160 Brick 30 Bags of masonry cement per thousand blockMASONRY CEMENTExample: 3,240 divided by 1,000 = 3.24 X 30 = 97.2 (98 bags) 8.5 Bags of masonry cement per thousand brick Example: 20,160 divided by 1,000 = 20.16 X 8.5 = 171.36 (172 bags) 3.5 Tons of sand per thousand blockMASONRY SANDExample: 3,240 divided by 1000 = 3.24 X 3.5 = 11.34 tons 1 Ton of sand per 1000 brick 20,160 brick divided by 1,000 = 20.16 tons Number of Block X 1.34 divided by 2 = Lineal Feet at 16" OC (Every 2 courses)WALL REINFORCINGNumber of Block X 1.34 divided by 3 = Lineal Feet at 24" OC (Every 3 courses) 12" Block - Number of Block X .37 divided by 27 X 1.05 = Cu. Yds.BLOCK FILL8" Block - Number of Block X .28 divided by 27 X 1.05 = Cu. Yds 6" Block - Number of Block X . 26 divided by 27 X 1.05 = Cu. Yds. 12" Block - 13 - 4 cu. Ft. Bags per 100 Sq. Ft. of wallMASONRY FILL INSULATION8" Block - 7 - 4 cu. Ft. Bags per 100 Sq. Ft. of wall |