2. Pull tube up through REDIBASE flaps until either 8" or 10" small side tabs slip under the tube bottom.
6. Trowel concrete. Insert recommended re-bar.
|TO BE FILLED||QUANTITY - TOTAL||WET READY MIX
(Volumes in ft3)
|WET READY MIX
(Volumes in m3)
|6" Diameter Tube||0.00||0.00|
|8" Diameter Tube||0.00||0.00|
|10" Diameter Tube||0.00||0.00|
|12" Diameter Tube||0.00||0.00|
|TOTAL CONCRETE VOLUME REQUIRED||0.00||0.00|
** We recommend discussing the percentage of "slump allowance" with your concrete provider, as to not be short of concrete mix for your project.
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4. Back-fill to grade maintaining tube vertical level and in alignment with other columns leaving a recommended 6"-12" of tube protruding.
... One Size Fits All 8", 10" & 12" Construction Tubes!
3. When properly assembled the tube will sit snug into its appropriate side tabs.
STEP 1: Enter the QUANTITY of REDIBASE forms to be filled in the appropriate row below.
STEP 2: Enter the TOTAL linear feet of the tube diameter size to be filled in the appropriate row below.
2. Place your formed columns into excavation on undisturbed soil.
3. Level and align with other forms. Shovel and tamp small amounts of back-fill on and around base to hold in place.
*Footing base must be below regional frost line.
4. Starting from the bottom of the tube working upwards, apply duct tape to 1" above the flaps so that tube is secured into footing.
1. Excavation should be below recommended regional frost line for your area.
1. Center REDIBASE over tube then simply push base down over your cut-to-length tube.
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*For 12" tubes, score and snap off every second flap.
5. Fill with concrete before ground settling occurs.
*Under dry conditions, concrete pour can be delayed for up to 48 hours if necessary.
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