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Applications

From blossom patterns, to bamboo appearance, to lettering, to movie screenshots, US Formliner can translate any imaginable idea on to your structure. Our application reports illuminate the diverse design possibilities through some practical examples, as well as touching on cost effectiveness. 

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Manufacuring process

The production of our formliners follows a simple principle: It all begins with an inspiration for a pattern or texture. These inspirations can come from nature or digitally. A positive cast is subsequently created through a combination of traditional craftsmanship and state-of-the-art technology, from which a polyurethane form is created.

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Surface design

Concrete patterns

US Formliner offers you freedom of design thanks to our 200+ designs: Stone and rock patterns, brickwork, wood, plaster, oriental, abstract and anti-slip-patterns, rib and wave patterns, and broken rib effects are among the designs from which you can choose. 

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Custom-made patterns

The perfect and economic solution for individual design ideas or restorations. The US Formliner mold making joinery manufactures the molds according to the customer’s wishes on to which the formliner is cast. 

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Photo concrete

Three technologies, three effects. Photo-engraved formliners transfer photos on to a structure's facade, 3D formliners enable three-dimensional representations, and Artico sheets impregnate images and graphics into concrete. 

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Surface retarder

Washed out concrete surfaces combine a unique look and surface feel with skid resistance. Deactivators and acidification products shape washed concrete in a positive and negative process.

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Artificial Stone

US Formliner offers forms for the design and production of artificial stone. As well as standard patterning on concrete slabs, the WetCast system also makes it possible to design with text, pictograms or photos. The Stoneliner acts like a stamp to press textures into concrete, which can then be immediately removed from the form.

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Surface protection

Colorless impregnations

RECKLI OS-D, OS-HO and OS-Premium are suited for the UV-resistant impregnation of fresh concrete. They chemically bind with the top layer, without changing the pattern or coloring.

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Effect-Impregnations

RECKLI OS-Intensive and OS-W impregnate processed and absorbent surfaces. Their UV-resistant film has a matt and velvety shine, which intensifies the coloring of the concrete surface.

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Graffix

Graffix prevents a permeation of color into the concrete surface and guarantees permanent graffiti protection. The Graffix Cleaner washes graffiti off, without attacking the impregnation.

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Mold-Making

Polyurethane-elastomers

Polyurethane-elastomers are suited as forms for cement-bound materials such as concrete, mortar and plaster. The harden at room temperature and are heat-resistant up to 149° Fahrenheit.

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Silicone-elastomers

Silicone-elastomers are applied to slightly moist bases. They harden at room temperature, form delicate patterns accurately in every detail and in part, resist temperatures of up to 392° Fahrenheit.

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Epoxy resin

Epoxy resins serve as a bonding bridge, binding agent or as a seal. In addition, they are used in producing casts. Depending on the type, they can be easily machine finished.

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Release agents

When working with polyurethane-elastomers, release agents ensure that the form can be removed from the cast without problem. The release agents are also used in producing the replicas.

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Fillers

Fillers save material and weight in producing large molds. Mixed into epoxy resins, they are cast into the form or serve as a thickening agent, to make resin spreadable with a spatula.

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Supplemantary products

Color paste and thickeners make working with silicone mold-making materials a lot easier. For an optimal processing, mold making paste can be colored or adjusted to be spreadable by brush or spatula.

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