The number one reason for slow bricking times is slow supply of brick to the masons. Every plant has different obstacles such as: limited access, small burn floor, small kiln diameter, or the location of the job. Replacement of brick could be down in the cooler or way up in the intake section of the kiln. These are only a few of the many different examples of difficult supply demands.

Whether you own our EZ FLEXX bricking machine, our old classic MOR or an off brand bricking rig we can help you make the use of your bricking machine more efficient with many material handling options.

If you don’t have access for a fork lift but want to place full pallets of brick up to your bricking machine take a look at our new incline conveyor, for any size bricking machine with a working angle up to 40 degrees.

Your bricking machine does not allow fork lift access up kiln under your rig you may want to consider a couple options:  a 12”/305mm or 20”/508 wide hydraulic conveyer system any length from 20’/6m to 280’/85m to bring brick up kiln feeding your bedding crew and the up kiln end of your bricking machine.

Another solution for this issue is or unique port-a-trac coming standard with 35’/10.5m of track, two pallet carts and a electric winch for pulling full pallets of bricks under your bricking machine up kiln to your bedding crew.
Still using spring boards or crates for your bedding crew to brick to spring line and higher you should check out our custom bedding carts for any size kilns, can be designed to us in multiple diameter kilns.

We have spent many hours with customers and contractors going over their needs and transportation is by far the hardest to over come. There are many ways to move brick, on a particular job. There may be only one good way or a combination of ways. That is why we have tried to develop transportation systems that are designed for the specific job at hand.