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Machine-processed ”Hand-made bricks”

The machine-processed ”Hand-made bricks”, also known as water-struck bricks, by Randers Tegl, have a rustic surface with many details. The bricks are produced in modern facilities; the production method gives each and every brick its own unique surface structure. The result is a modern water-struck brick with the best technical properties, but with the classic and exclusive look typical to the bricks that were previously handmade.

Machine-processed ”Hand-made bricks” are among the most preferred bricks for today’s modern buildings; they are nevertheless also used for the renovation of existing buildings.

Our wide range of coal-fired bricks and muffled bricks in many colours and nuances ensure that you'll always find the right brick to suit your project.

Hand-made bricks

The hand-made bricks of Randers Tegl are produced in modern facilities, on a classic basis. During production, the clay is poured into moulds, which gives the hand-made bricks a distinctive, rustic surface, suitable for interesting façades with many variations and colour play.

Even if hand-made bricks are made according to classical traditions of craftsmanship, they are of course a modern product with good technical properties.

Thanks to our wide range you'll always find the bricks to suit your project.

Soft blue roof and wall bricks

Soft blue roof and wall bricks are normal products that have been fired a second time with a very low oxygen feed. This process gives the material an exclusive blue-dark colour play. The dark colour makes the roof or wall brick stand out and emphasizes the natural colour play of the material.


An engobe is a thin coating of clay sprayed onto the roof tile after firing it. This technique opens up a whole new world of colours. It also makes the product's surface become hard and resistant. By doing this, the bricks will also be resistant to dirt and will reflect less than traditional glazed bricks.

Build the right house first time

It costs a little more to have a completely brick built house, but it's a very worthwhile investment. The inner walls made of bricks help to adjust the building's temperature, as they store heat and cool air.

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