Vee™ Block Code Product Drawing L x W x H (mm) Weight
B1-610
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610 x 610 x 610 533kg
B1-915
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915 x 610 x 610 800kg
B1-1220
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1220 x 610 x 610 1067kg
B1-1525
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1525 x 610 x 610 1333kg
B1-1830
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1830 x 610 x 610 1600kg
B2-610
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610 x 610 x 610 533kg
B2-915
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915 x 610 x 610 800kg
B2-1220
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1220 x 610 x 610 1067kg
B2-1525
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1525 x 610 x 610 1333kg
B2-1830
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1830 x 610 x 610 1600kg
C1-1525
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1525 x 610 x 610 1333kg
C2-1525
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1525 x 610 x 610 1333kg
T2-1525
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1525 x 610 x 610 1333kg
FB-610
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610 x 610 x 610 533kg
FB-915
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915 x 610 x 610 800kg
FB-1220
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1220 x 610 x 610 1067kg
FB-1525
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1525 x 610 x 610 1333kg
FB-1830
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1830 x 610 x 610 1600kg
HB-610
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610 x 610 x 305 266kg
HB-915
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915 x 610 x 305 400kg
HB-1220
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1220 x 610 x 305 533kg
HB-1525
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1525 x 610 x 305 666kg
HB-1830
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1830 x 610 x 305 800kg

B1

Vee Interlocking concrete block B1

B2

B2 Vee Interlocking Concrete Blocks

C1

C1 Vee Interlocking Concrete Blocks

C2

C2 Vee Interlocking Concrete Blocks

T2

T2 Vee Interlocking Concrete Blocks

FB

FB Vee Interlocking Concrete Blocks

HB

HB Vee Interlocking Concrete Blocks

C1 and C2 blocks (combination blocks) interlock courses at corners. As well as having the usual groove in the bottom of the block, combis have transverse grooves running across the width of the block. This is designed to lock the blocks in the course below. C1 blocks, (as with B1 blocks), have the male V projection on the end of the block. C2 blocks have a flat male end as with B2 blocks.

T2 blocks are specifically designed for the formation of intermediate bay walls. These blocks have a flat male face.

There are also a series of flat top coping blocks, these being standard 610 depths (FB blocks), or 305 depths (HB blocks).

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Typical loads… Vee block walls

1. These loading figures are for guidance only – if in doubt consult a structural engineer.
2 The retained material should be allowed to naturally fall against the wall as it is stacked.
3 These loading tables relate to specific materials with a typical density and angle of repose, stacked to specific heights and slopes.
4 The client should ensure that the walls are built on a suitable base.
5 The density and angle of repose of each material shown are typical values only.

Vee blocks - Typical Loading diagram (various materials)

Further Vee block example calculations can be viewed in our Stability & Loading Calculations Directory.

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