Bloctrak: Masonry Made Easy

Words: Dan KamysBloctrak is a galvanized track that provides superior reinforcement between block mortar joints and enables block to be laid in a fast, easy, and self-leveling manner. [caption id="attachment_12421" align="alignnone" width="300"]Bloctrak accommodates 4", 6", 8", and 12" masonry blocks. Bloctrak accommodates 4", 6", 8", and 12" masonry blocks.[/caption] Bloctrak enables skilled masons or laypersons to build masonry walls with improved results. Bloctrak masonry walls have the strength and durability of the pyramids and will withstand the test of time. Bloctrak meets the tests of the ASTM 72-77 standard for strenght test panels for building construction. For further details and contact information, visit http://uicbloctrak.com/bloctrak.php.
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