Hollow stones can be used for a variety of purposes, depending on their design. They are also especially popular for quickly erecting garden walls. Read here everything you need to know about hollow stones.
Hollow stones can either consist of concrete - which is most common - but also of other materials. They are hollow inside or partially hollow and can by means of a tongue and groove system "dry" that is put together without mortar, and are then filled with earth-moist concrete. Hohl Hollow blocks can therefore be used to build walls very quickly and simply - even for inexperienced do-it-yourselfers, this usually does not cause any difficulties due to the tongue-and-groove system that connects the blocks firmly together. As so-called shuttering stones, the hollow stones - or hollow blocks - are also used in the construction of cellars and in hall construction.
Concrete hollow stones ,5 36,5 x 24,5 x 23,8 cm, serrated
|0,75 EUR / piece||Concrete hollow brick, 11,5 x 49 x 23,8 cm||schierer.de Hohl 0,73 EUR|
|Other Hollow Stones||Pebble Hollow Stone, 49.7 x 30 x 23.8 cm||ebay.de|
|Expanded Hollow Blocks, 11.5 x 49 x 23.8 cm||schierer.de||1,05 EUR / piece|
|What to look for when buying? / Recommendations||Hollow stones and hollow blocks are made of different materials. The most common is concrete. However, you must always make sure to use the right stone for your particular application: Hollow stones for garden walls or cellar walls as so-called shuttering stone, to catch slopes you will be more likely to succeed with plant stones or rings made of concrete.||Further information on this topic:|
Wikipedia article on hollow blocks: LINK
DIN EN 15435 for concrete shuttering blocks: download, pdf