Flared End Form
Efficient, effective Besser wet cast horizontal flared end form sets are available in diameters 12” (300 mm) and larger to produce round, elliptical and arch flared end sections.
Efficient, effective Besser wet cast horizontal flared end precast form sets are available in diameters 12” (300 mm) and larger to produce round, elliptical and arch flared end sections. Pallets for all existing joint configurations can also be supplied. Besser staff works with precasters on both standard and special equipment applications to meet individual job and state specifications.
As always, Besser forms are backed by:
- Knowledge of your local forming requirements
- Records of your plant’s past purchases
- Ability to incorporate your current manufacturing practices into new precast forms
- A complete forming system from one source engineered and manufactured to work together for assured compatibility
Horizontal flare form sets are fabricated from heavy-gauge steel for durability and a long service life. Ease of operation is engineered into the equipment. The open top simplifies pouring and vibration results are readily visible. In addition to making standard tongue and groove joint flares, the form sets can be used to produce bell and spigot joint flares with the use of optional, easy-to- attach bell ends. A channel is provided for external vibration, and vibrator mounts are available upon request to meet individual customer requirements.
Besser also offers a complete line of vertical flared end form equipment featuring support legs on the smaller diameters.
One-piece horizontal flare jackets (or outer forms) utilize heavy–gauge steel reinforcement for years of dependable service. Tapered sides facilitate product stripping. Jackets are equipped with easy- to-operate adjustable locks to simplify the use of the jacket and ensure production of the highest-quality end product.
Solid tapered cores (or inner forms) incorporate machined skirt sections for proper stripping from the end product. With the release of two locks, the core is ready to strip using a hydraulically activated stripping mechanism to free the core from the cured concrete. Guides inside the core facilitate its removal by fork truck.