Self-aligned and leveled, insulated, drystack block

  • US 4,769,964 A
  • Filed: 06/14/1984
  • Issued: 09/13/1988
  • Est. Priority Date: 06/14/1984
  • Status: Expired due to Term
First Claim
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1. A method for erecting a drystacked block wall which is self-leveling and self-aligning comprising the steps ofA. providing a sufficient quantity of tapered interior wall, hollow celled block for the wall to be erected;

  • B. providing precision dimensioned, tapered wall, interlocking cell cores for insertion with intimate tapered wall contact within selected tapered interior wall hollow cells of the blocks provided in step A;

    C. inserting a cell core in a selected tapered interior wall hollow cell of each block of a first dry stacked running course of block in the wall to be erected for interlocking alignment in a cell core inserted in a selected tapered interior wall hollow cell of each block in a second drystacked running course of block in said wall to be erected; and

    D. utilizing the intimate tapered wall contact and the precision dimensions and interlocking of said cell cores to maintain the wall to be erected in vertical and horizontal alignment by aligning cell core to cell core to control the position of each block relative to each adjacent block in the wall to be erected.

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