The diagram below shows the process by which bricks are manufactured for the building industry.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The given diagram shows the process of brick manufacturing process in different stages for the building industries. As is presented in the diagram, brick manufacturing involves about 7 steps including the digging stages to delivery stage.
As is given in the graph, the first step of brick manufacturing is digging the clay with a large digger. This clay is then filtered and processed in a roller machine and then mixed with sand and water. In the third stage, the mixture is either kept in a mould or cut in a wire cutter to make the raw shape of the bricks. In the next stage, the shaped raw bricks are dried for 24 to 48 hours in drying oven. After that, the dried raw bricks are kept in kiln both in moderate and high temperature in up to 1300 degree centigrade and then placed in a cooling chamber for about 48 to 72 hours. This process makes the brick to be packed and delivered in the final two steps. The delivery process is the final process of brick manufacturing and as it is observed, brick making is a moderately complex process that requires some predefined stages to make it deliverable.