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          Super Light Concrete Forms

          super light concrete forms

          Is weight an issue with your concrete forms? Then the Super Light concrete form is for you. Consistent care increases the longevity of this panel.

          • 36" x 120" weighs only 90 lbs
          • 36" x 108" weighs only 81 lbs
          • 36" x 96" weighs only 73 lbs

          Inset Face Sheet

          • Prevents damage and wear to face sheet edges.
          • Superior weld penetration achieved by placing weld near the edge of the face sheet.
          • Increases overall strength and life of panel without leaving unsightly seams.
          • Backbone added for reduction in pillowcasing.
          • Corner gussets added to reinforce corner.
          • Striker pads for protection of .094 face sheet.

          Bracing

          • Ends are welded on sides and tops to strengthen the form and ensure concrete cannot enter brace.
          • Three convexed "ridges" on bracing provide additional strength.

          Siderail

          • Heavy duty extruded aluminum extends life of panel.
          • Dual point contact for ease of alignment.
          • Notch for inset face sheet strengthens panel.

          Bushings

          • Heat-treated and plated bushings are held in place by heavy duty ¼ inch solid steel plated rivets.
          • Crowned bushing allows for easy release of wedges.
          • Bushings increase strength of siderail, not weaken it like swedged bushings.
          • Rivets are countersunk into siderail to reduce accumulation of concrete and make cleaning easier.

          Welding

          • Continuous weld around concrete form, including over top of bracing.
          • Certified Quality Control Program.
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