Compressed Earth Blocks (CEBs), also called earth blocks or CSEBs is one of the most popular natural building methods in part because bricks are well accepted and understood by builders, and because the walls go up fairly quickly. Thin walls take up minimal space in urban areas where lots are small and expensive. Interlocking bricks add stability. And, of course, the main material is clay which is dirt cheap.
The Safido machine mass produces compressed earth blocks. It looks like they’re making 4 compressed earth blocks per minute. In 8 hours that would be 4 blocks x 60min/hour x 8hrs. = 1,920 blocks per 8 hour shift. I emailed them for details since the video does not provide much information. Search our blog for more articles about CEBs.