This comparison test was to see how other types of bricks and blocks, which are currently in the market place, would perform under the same conditions of having a naked flame at temperatures in excess of 3,000 degrees Celsius.
Set up a test where a naked flame of temperatures in excess of 3,000 degrees Celsius was positioned to directly burn the face surface of the bricks and blocks, and allowed to do so for a 10 minute period.
The wire cut clay brick cracked after 7 and 14 seconds before starting to melt around the intense high pressure at the centre of the flame.
The solid clay brick did not crack like the wire cut but did melt around the centre of the flame.
The concrete blocks had varying results ranging from minor and major cracking, melting of the concrete to form a molten lump on the outside of the block at the most intense part of the flame
The Energy Brick far out performs both clay and concrete blocks under the test conditions with temperatures in excess of 3,000 degrees Celsius.
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