The diagram depicts the procedure by which bricks are produced for the building industry. Overall, the process from digging out the clay to delivery takes five steps.
The first stage is the clay being excavated by the digger tractor; the next stage is being transferred to a metal grid, where it sieves and lands on a roller. The sand is then mixed with water to form bricks; it can be done in two ways. The first is by using a mold, and the other is by using a wire cutter.
Afterward, the bricks are placed in rows inside a drying oven, where it is kept between twenty-four hours to forty-eight hours. The next process would be placing these bricks in a kiln where the temperatures are set from moderate (200c- 980c) to high (870c- 1300c).
Following the heating process is the cooling process, where the bricks are placed in a cooling chamber for 48 to 72 hours, and then they are removed for packaging before being sent out for delivery.
Sample 2:-The Diagram Below Shows the Process by Which Bricks Are Manufactured for The Building
The diagram illustrates the process by which bricks are produced for the construction industry.
Overall, it is evident that it involves seven stages ranging from using the Dagger to piece the clay to the last stage, where the bricks are delivered.
To begin, Dagger is used to pierce the clay, after which it is then transferred to a metal gold, where it is rolled by a roller to make it smoother. Afterward, sand and water are mixed with the smooth clay, and they are all poured into a wire cutter or a mold to give it a perfect rectangular shape.
Furthermore, the bricks are dried in the drying oven for about 24 to 48 hours. Then, it is brought to a cooling chamber using a medium or high cooling system, which stays for about 48 to 72 hours. Once it is cooled, it then package and get ready to be delivered.