Box Voids Provide a Versatile and Economical Means of Forming Concrete
Deslauriers Box Voids can be used to create a void area under load-bearing beams or slabs, allowing space for soil expansion.
Box Void forms are designed to hold up the weight of fresh concrete long enough for the concrete to cure and support itself on piers or beams. Since it is a paper product, it absorbs the moisture of the surrounding soil and concrete and its supportive strength gradually diminishes.
Box Voids can be quickly and easily assembled on site with no special tools. They are available in four-foot lengths that are 12 inches wide, with a depth of four inches or six inches. They are made from double-faced corrugated fiberboard which is wax coated and laminated.
- One-piece unit requires no stapling, taping or banding. Unit is self locking.
- Ends are closed, so there is no need for closures. Concrete leakage is eliminated.
- High vertical strength of 1200 pounds per square foot.
- Lateral stability means no side bracing is required.
- Easy assembly by just one worker.
Need help with box voids or need other sizes? Call Kuhlman Direct at 419-794-8238 or 800-669-3309. Or e-mail us.