Stretcher Bond or Common Bond | Header Bond Or Spanish Bond

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Stretcher/Common Bond:

Only used for walls of half brick thickness(partition wall) ,this is the only practical bond which can be used on a wall of this thickness. To break the vertcal continuity,  ½ inch brick bat is provided in alternating courses.

Below is the Plan of The stretcher bond .

Header Bond:

This bond is also known as Spanish bond, was a very common bond for bearing walls. It is composed of header bricks, set in rows that are offset, ¾ inch of a brick as a quoin brick in alternating courses, which produces a solid easy to lay bond.

Below is the Plan of first layer and second layer of header bond.



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2 Responses to “Stretcher Bond or Common Bond | Header Bond Or Spanish Bond”

  1. rameshwarlal says:

    September 24th, 2012 at 4:08 pm

    i whant to full bond ditail

  2. MohsinNazeer says:

    November 5th, 2012 at 9:33 am

    What kind of detail you are asking bro ??

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