Sonoran block are units that are molded in rectangular patterns. The numbers of ribs is usually four per sixteen inches of unit length and have two-inch square projections from the face of the units seen in plain view.
The block are molded with two units attached face to face, then mechanically split after curing to expose the natural beauty of the aggregates. The broken aggregates provide both unique texture and appearance. The aggregates used in the splitting process will give each block its own distinct look; therefore, no two units are exactly the same.
Gray Sonoran block is available in many sizes and shapes. Also available in a variety of colors on a special order basis.
sp1s — Splitface one side; Sp1S1e — Splitface one side/one end; DCBB — Deep Cut Bond Beam