This shows old English brickmaking machinery thats
been imported all the way to New zealand and still working to this
day. Showing you some pure English engineering at it finest.
A brickyard showing all different types of bricks been made that
are transported all over New Zealand.
Image showing the 300metre tunnel
This is what they call a tunnel kilm, the whole kilm is 300
metre long and moves 1metre an hour, slowly drying the bricks
as they move along. The kilm reachies a temperature of 1100
degrees to fire the bricks.
Showing the colour change in the bricks during its process.
The kilm is fired up with recycled
This shows the clay at its raw
state before being mixed, taken from a quarry behind the brick