Hydraform construction technology provides a solution to replace conventional brick and mortar masonry, but the basics of the conventional building system remain largely unchanged. The Hydraform Building system involves the use of two technologies:


Interlocking masonry for the construction of walls largely stacked dry or with a minimum of mortar / grout.
The locking profile in the blocks is due to the groove and the tongue that creates a mechanical connection.
The blocks have an extremely attractive finish and form a straight cut masonry.
Walls can be left exposed, coated or finished with cement paint.
For specific needs, you can consult Hydraform experts.


Manufacture of interlocking blocks using Hydraform hydraulic block machines.
The machines are versatile for on-site and factory production.

The locks can be made with different shapes and sizes to meet the requirements of the construction.
Variety of raw materials such as fly ash, basement, other types of waste mixed with sand and cement.



Minimal material cost

A minimum mortar is required because 75% of the interlocking walls are dry stacked or a thin mortar slurry paste is used in the groove.

Fast construction

A team of experts in block layers can put up to 800 blocks per day. the equivalent of 2400 standard bricks per day. Virtually no post-construction work is involved on wall masonry

Reduced transportation costs

On-site block production reduces transportation costs.

Versatile technical construction

All window, door, slab and roof systems used with conventional systems can also be used with Hydraform blocks.

Easy construction

Hydraform stacked dry masonry is easy to design and implement - even unskilled workers can be trained in masonry.

Environmentally friendly construction

Hydraform cement block wall, medium soil, has a carbon footprint as low as 40 kg CO2 per square meter. Hydraform fly ash blocks are even more environmentally friendly and have even lower intrinsic energy.

Load-bearing and frame structures

Hydraform blocks can be manufactured with high compressive strength for use in supporting structures. Strength and density can be varied using fly ash to meet the technical specifications of skeletal / multi-storey constructions


Research into the use of newer materials to produce high quality blocks is a continuous process focused on: