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How K-FORM Works

K85

The base for laying K85 should be 4" lower than the required finished height.Set the K85 up on either lean mix concrete or a compacted sub-grade. To use K85 for 51/2"-thick concrete, the bedding mortar is simply thickened.

K135

The base for laying K135 should be 6" lower than the required finished height.Set the K135 up on either lean mix concrete or a compacted sub-grade. To use K135 for 6"-thick concrete, the bedding mortar is simply thickened.

























K-FORM Installation













K-FORM Step 1 1

Set your string line up to your required height and position.
K-FORM Step 2 2

Cut the first Top Strip in half, so Top Strips will overlap the seams in the K-FORM beams. Then, attach to first K-FORM beam, and fit end clips.
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                                      Step 3
3

Place spots of bedding mortar on the sub-base at intervals of 311/2" to correspond with the holes in the base of K-FORM beam.


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K-FORM Step 4
4

Place beam on mortar and gently tap down with a rubber mallet so that the Top Strip is at the desired level.
K-FORM Step 5
5

Place bedding mortar as above for the next K-FORM beam.
K-FORM Step 6
6

Join the second K-FORM beam to the first beam with the end clips.
K-FORM Step 7
7

Fit the length of the Top Strip across the K-FORM beams.
K-FORM Step 8
8

Tap down the K-FORM beam as shown.
K-FORM Step 9
9

Once the forming system has been staked and/or the bedding mortar has cured, you can start pouring concrete.
K-FORM Step 10
10

Each 8-foot K-FORM beam has pre-drilled 7/8" holes for dowels.
K-FORM Step 11
11

K-FORM beams are cast in place, therefore adjoining bays can be poured quickly, one after the other.
K-FORM Step 12
12

When the concrete has cured, remove the Top Strip and fill the gap with sealant. Or, the Top Strip can be left in place if preferred.








































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