Kovai Builders has the largest network of Bricks Supplier plants and distribution centers in India, which means you can count on your brick being where you need it to be when you need it to be there.
We’re a network of local facilities across India, so our representatives are able to nurture relationships with our customers on a hometown level. This means they can offer tailored solutions to meet needs in every market.
As the largest manufacturer and supplier of bricks and masonry products in India, we as Bricks Supplier feel an obligation to share brick’s story. And it’s a story we’re excited to tell. Because we’re dedicated to educating the world about brick. And not just the advantages of brick, in general, but also the advantages of working with Kovai Builders Brick, specifically. Because we’re a company that sees your vision and partners with you to make it a reality.


Depending on raw materials used for making bricks, it can be following types –

  • Burnt clay brick
  • Fly ash clay brick
  • Concrete brick
  • Sand-Lime brick
  • Fire clay brick
  • Engineering brick


Burnt Clay Brick


Kovai Builders BRICKS has become the one of the leading manufacturer and supplier of Brunt Clay Bricks. We are the only leading name for providing Quality Red Bricks of highest compressive Strength. The products are made from high quality raw materials making them endurable, reliable, and long lasting in nature. They are extensively used in construction projects. Our aim is to satisfy all the needs of the customers with highest quality, timely delivery, and effective pricing. Reliability, integrity, and trustworthiness are the ethics that we value while dealing with our valued clients. Right from the production to the final packaging of the products, quality control is maintained at all stages of our business process. Consequently, we are recognized as one of the Trusted Manufacturers of Red Bricks in India.
Burnt clay bricks are formed by pressing in molds. Then these bricks are dried and fired in a kiln. Burnt clay bricks are used in general work with no special attractive appearances. When these bricks are used in walls, they require plastering or rendering.

Fly Ash Clay Brick


Kovai Builders Fly ash clay bricks are manufactured with clay and fly ash, at about 1,000 degrees C. Burnt Clay Fly ash bricks are primarily composed of cement, sand, fly ash and water. Such bricks are competitive in comparison to conventional clay bricks and provide enormous indirect benefits such as saving in labor cost and less consumption of mortar. Increase in number of thermal power plants has resulted in severe environmental problems such as fly ash. Dumping of fly ash makes atmosphere unhealthy and also devours fertility of land. To overcome these problems, use of fly ash in conjunction with clay for making building bricks has been suggested by different govt. agencies.
This is an environment friendly technology, which uses fly ash, water and medium plastic soil as raw materials for casting the bricks. Their properties like less breakage, better shape, use of waste material, fuel saving etc. makes them useful for masonry construction.


Concrete Brick


Kovai Builders Concrete bricks are made from solid concrete and are very common among homebuilders. Concrete bricks are usually placed in facades, fences, and provide an excellent aesthetic presence. These bricks can be manufactured to provide different colors as pigmented during its production.
Concrete brick is a very effective way to make a strong first impression. When people walk up or drive by a home with concrete brick, second glances are common reactions.
Concrete brick has more benefits than its striking visual qualities. They deaden exterior noise, providing a buffer from traffic noise, airplanes flying overhead and other various disruptions. Fire protection is another benefit as is reduced maintenance. Finally, concrete brick walls can improve the thermal mass qualities of exterior walls, thus reducing energy bills.

Sand-Lime Brick


Sand lime bricks are made by mixing sand, fly ash and lime followed by a chemical process during wet mixing. The mix is then molded under pressure forming the brick. These bricks can offer advantages over clay bricks such as:
  • Their color appearance is gray instead of the regular reddish color.
  • Their shape is uniform and presents a smoother finish that doesn’t
    require plastering.
  • These bricks offer excellent strength as a load-bearing member.


Fire Clay Brick


A high alumina brick / refractory firebrick is a shape made from refractory ceramics. It is used in lining furnace kilns, fireboxes and fireplaces. Its primary purpose is to withstand high temperature and also to retain the heat for greater energy efficiency. We offer wide range of mullite bricks with various alumina content ranges. Mullite bricks are used in various critical applications as they have excellent physical properties. Apart from standard shapes, we can also make special shapes as per custom requirements. Our bricks are made by dry pressing method and are fired in electronically controlled tunnel kiln. We regularly supply bulk quantities of firebricks to refractory wholesalers, installers, cement factories, steel plants, chemical factories, etc. across many countries. We constantly keep close checks on quality and costs, so that our clients always get best quality at most competitive pricing.

Engineering Brick


Engineering bricks are bricks manufactured at extremely high temperatures, forming a dense and strong brick, allowing the brick to limit strength and water absorption. Engineering bricks offer excellent load bearing capacity damp-proof characteristics and chemical resisting properties. These bricks are used in specific projects and they can cost more than regular or traditional bricks.
Engineering bricks are a type of brick used where strength, low water porosity or acid (flue gas) resistance are needed. Engineering bricks can be used for damp-proof courses.
Clay engineering bricks are defined in British Standard BS 6100 “Glossary of building and civil engineering terms” as “brick sized fired clay units having a dense and strong semi vitreous body, conforming to defined limits for water absorption and compressive strength”.
Stronger and less porous engineering bricks (INDIA Class A) are usually blue due to the higher firing temperature whilst class B bricks are usually red. Class A bricks have a strength of 125N/mm² and water absorption of less than 4.5%; Class B bricks have a strength greater than 75N/mm² and water absorption of less than 7%.



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