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Reinforced brickwork is preferable to un-reinforced brickwork in all types of buildings.

When embedded into the normal thickness of a brickwork-joint at every third joint, it forms an integral structure, which is strengthened against vibration, temperature change and tensional stresses (especially on reclaimed ground).



  • It is expanded steel mesh with continuity of steel.
  • It has no joints, welds or interweaving to fail under stress.
  • The mesh is anchored immovably so that the reinforcement cannot slip under tension.
  • This is the only type of brickwork reinforcement to give such a unique combination of all these advantages.


Ref No Coil Width & Length Thickness (mm) Material
BRM 1 (GI) - 21/2" x 72' 65mm x 22m 0.35 Pre-galvanised steel
BRM 1 (GI) - 4" x 72' 100mm x 22m 0.35 Pre-galvanised steel
BRM 2 (GI) - 21/2" x 80' 65mm x 24.4m 0.50 Pre-galvanised steel
BRM 2 (GI) - 41/2 x 80' 113mm x 24.4m 0.50 Pre-galvanised steel



  • The mesh should be laid flat and set in the brickwork-joints. The reinforcement must be completely embedded in mortar.
  • To be assured of its effectiveness, it is normally laid on every third brickwork-joint.
  • Overlapping must be at least 75mm (3").