13801 Avenue K 

Austin, Texas 78728.

THE PRODUCT



WE MANUFACTURE 24” X 24” VOID FORMS FOR SLABS AND BEAMS

RELIABLE VOID FORMS ARE SIMPLE TO INSTALL. 


THERE IS ONLY ONE SIZE!

Drop them side by side and break or cut them to fit around shapes as needed. No tape, staples or glue is required.


Our forms are designed to support grade slabs and beams from 5 inches to 6 feet thick as stated in specifications.


Our products are molded from 100% recycled waste paper.  Reliable Void Forms lose strength when exposed to environmental moisture and also allow the soil to expand into the form without affecting the slab.


Reliable Void Forms are strong enough to support the placing and curing process in wet and rainy conditions.




MOLDED PULP VOID

SPECIFICATIONS

6" Void Forms


Void for Slabs Void for Beams
Length x Width x Height 24"x24"x6" 24"x24"x6"
Surface contact area 18% 18%
Dry weight 3 lbs 3 lbs
Approximate dry capacity 1400 psf 1500psf
Approved for concrete up to 8" thick 48" thick
Material Recycled Waste Paper Recycled Waste Paper
Recycled material content 100% 100%
Forms per pallet 72 forms 72 forms
Square feet per pallet 288 sq ft 288 sq ft
Stripe color Orange Black
Pulp color Tan Dark Brown

8" Void Forms


Void for Slabs Void for Beams
Length x Width x Height 24"x24"x8" 24"x24"x8"
Surface contact area 18% 18%
Dry weight 3 lbs 3 lbs
Approximate dry capacity 1200 psf 1300 psf
Approved for concrete up to 8" thick 48" thick
Material Recycled Waste Paper Recycled Waste Paper
Recycled material content 100% 100%
Forms per pallet 56 forms 56 forms
Square feet per pallet 224 sq ft 224 sq ft
Stripe color White Blue
Pulp color Tan Dark Brown

Recommended installation procedures:

· Place MPV forms end to end on level ground.

· Break or cut forms with a hand saw to fit around features.

· Cover MPV forms with hard board (Masonite) with a minimum thickness of 1/8”.

· Cover hard board/MPV forms with vapor barrier with a minimum thickness of 10 mil.

· We  recommend you start at the perimeter so that you do not have cut forms on the edge.  Then work around the piers so that any cut forms are in the middle, away from the edges.