In a fashionable interior, brick walls are always useful. This applies not only to the loft style. The peculiar texture and various colors of the brickwork find their place in different design combinations. This decorative accent gives the interior a unique atmosphere and suits both modern and classic styles. And this is not surprising, because brick is a building material that has been known to mankind for thousands of years.
Wall decoration with decorative brick is suitable for arranging any room: living room, bedroom, bathroom, hallway, study, loggia, balcony and even a cafe or office. With its help, the fireplace area, columns, arches are stylishly arranged and highlighted. The finish harmonizes well with paint, wood and metal. For cladding, you should choose a variety of material that is not afraid of humidity, temperature changes and the effects of other factors. How can you make an imitation of brickwork in the interior? We will talk about this in our article.
Building a real brick wall inside a house or apartment is a bad idea. This will reduce the useful area and there will be an additional load on the floors and foundation. Instead of a beautiful interior, you can get emergency housing.
In many apartments, the walls are made of real red bricks. The owners of such real estate can strip off the plaster and "release traces" of history. After wiping off dust and dirt, all that remains is to sand the irregularities, wipe problem areas and cover the wall with a water-based varnish. After some manipulations, the spectacular wall will be ready to please the eyes of households and guests.
Brick effect tiles
This finish is quick to implement due to the large size of the material and the absence of "wet" processes. The panels are made from various materials, but the most massive and popular ones are made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). If you take products from MDF, then they cannot be used in wet rooms. Fiber cement panels are more durable and most closely replicate brick. They are colored in the mass, therefore chips or scratches appearing from operation are invisible and incapable of spoiling the appearance.
Radioactive cesium, five times higher than the allowed levels in Japan, was found in a black bass caught in northeastern Fukushima prefecture, according to a February 22 report from the local fishing association, according to kratko-news. om.
About 500 becquerels per kilogram of cesium have been found in black seabass caught at a depth of 24 meters about 8.8 kilometers from the town of Sinchi, which exceeds the national standard of 100 becquerels per kilogram.
The Fukushima Prefecture Federation of Cooperative Fisheries Associations has since suspended fishing until it can confirm its safety.
The voluntary suspension of seafood supplies by a fishery organization marks the first time since October 2019 that 53 becquerels per kilogram of radioactive cesium were found in the White Sea bass, exceeding the group's standard of 50 becquerels per kilogram.
The fishing association has been conducting trial fishing since June 2012 on a limited scale. After the restrictions on the carriage of regular skates were lifted in February 2020, the shipment of all fish was allowed. The fisheries authority intends to fully resume fishing in April.
It's been 10 years since the worst nuclear accident in Japan, caused by the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in the country, and a powerful tsunami that destroyed everything in its path.
Still, tremors from the devastating disaster on March 11 continue to shake these places - the last of them occurred just a week ago, when the 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit on February 13, 2021.
Company errors have immediate consequences, as monitoring equipment installed offshore the station detected a slight increase in highly radioactive cesium in the early days after the earthquake, indicating that the water did slip away and dissolve into the ocean ...
And this coincided with the announcement that black seabass caught in the prefecture by a collective of fishermen had a cesium level five times higher than the government-authorized level.
The disclosures surrounding TEPCO's latest concerns are unlikely to convince the public that food made in much of northeastern Japan is safe to buy and eat.
The impact of this incident was compounded after a massive earthquake on February 13 shook northeastern Japan, including the Fukushima nuclear power plant.