Interlocking blocks come in a range of shapes and sizes. They do not need mortar to hold them together and are often used in a variety of applications such as retaining walls, construction walls, storage bays, security fences and barriers.
They can be made from a wide range of materials such as metal, concrete, wood, glass, cement or plastic and are typically manufactured using a number of different methods including machining, casting, forming, joining, assembling or rapid prototyping.
One of the most common types of clc blocks is the V-Interlock block, which is known to be the go-to form for simple straight forward, get-it-done-now applications that don’t require specialist labour. These blocks are ideal for industrial application such as batch plant fencing and product divider bins and are resistant to weather conditions, insects and fire damage.
The blocks are easy to install and require no special tools or training. They are also durable, low maintenance and can be easily cleaned if required.
These blocks can be used to create a wall of any configuration such as a gravity wall, piling wall, cantilever wall or an anchored wall. They are also used to build structures such as a retaining wall, storage bay or security barrier that is curved or angled.
These blocks can be connected to each other using a variety of hardware such as bolts, screws, nuts, threaded rods, washers, inserts and plastic plugs. The hardware is inserted into the at least one first connecting opening of the first side of the first interlocking block and into the at least one second connecting opening of the second side of the second interlocking block.