Group one
hourdi Blocks
20, 25, 30 & 35CM

Cost Effective

fire Resisting

Whether Protected

Time Saving

hourdi Block Specifications

The Hourdi Block range is manufactured on modern automated plants and produced from specially selected materials, maintaining quality throughout.Hourdi Blocks are multi utility masonry blocks.

Hourdiblocks are suitable for exposed climatic conditions. Hourdi blocks are used in the slab floor concrete and they are also known as filler blocks. They are resistant to fire, different weather conditions and ageing. They have good sound and thermal insulation ability. Hourdi blocks are produced in all standard sizes and shapes according to the requirements of customers.

All GROUP ONE products are manufactured under the quality procedures of BS EN ISO 9001. The high level of quality control exercised at all stages of production ensures compliance with (BS EN 771-3)

The blocks also satisfy the special category requirements as laid down in ASTM C 90, ASTM C129 & QCS The raw materials used within the product are specially selected for their performance. Hourdi Blocks are manufactured by the GROUP ONE in compliance to environmental standard ISO14001 and quality assurance ISO 9001.

HD-200

Hourdi Block 20 CM

HD-250

hourdi Block 25 CM

HD-250

Hourdi Block 25 CM

HD-300

hourdi Block 30 CM

Technical data sheet

Produt Name Dimension (MM) TYPE / GRADE / STRENGTH CEMENT TYPE
Hourdi Block 20 CM
420/380 X 200 X 200
Lime Stone / 5n
Gabbro / 7n
OPC / SRC
Hourdi Block 25 CM
420/380 X 200 X 250
Lime Stone / 5n
Gabbro / 7n
OPC / SRC
Hourdi Block 30 CM
420/380 X 200 X 300
Lime Stone / 5n
Gabbro / 7n
OPC / SRC
Hourdi Block 35 CM
420/380 X 200 X 350
Lime Stone / 5n
Gabbro / 7n
OPC / SRC

Frequently asked questions

QCS conformity certificates apply only to certain products.

All concrete masonry units/blocks are in compliance with BS EN 771 3, ASTM C129 & ASTM C90 respectively.

Fire rating of concrete masonry units/blocks is determined in accordance with ACI 216.1

All Concrete masonry units (Blocks) are designed to achieve normalized compressive strength (fb) in accordance with Annex A of BS EN 772 1