- "Brick clamp" also refers to a device (usually powered) to lift quantities of bricks.
A brick clamp is an traditional method of baking bricks, done by stacking the unbaked bricks with fuel under or among them and then setting the fuel on fire. The clamp is considered a type of kiln. If the clamp is insulated by packing earth or mud around it, it becomes a scove kiln.
- Sowden, A. M. The Maintenance of brick and stone masonry structures. London: E. & F. N. Spon, 1990. 18. Print.
- Whitney, William Dwight. "Scove, 2" The Century dictionary; an encyclopedic lexicon of the English language, Vol. 7. New York: The Century Co., 188991. 5,415. Print.
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