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K-Form UPVC Screed Rail
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    K-Form UPVC Screed Rail

     K-Form is a simple to use shuttering system that can be laid by just one person.

    As it is made from durable UPVC there is no heavy lifting and no associated health and safety issues. The 2.4 metre beams can be cut quickly to length with a hand saw and no specialist equipment is needed. Made from 100% recycled materials, K-FORM is lightweight, durable and does not require removal after placement of concrete, thus ensuring a time saving solution by skipping the removable, cleaning and storing process. 

    These items are generally available for next day delivery if ordered before 1pm.

    Item Code
    Pack Size
    85mm Kform UPVC Screed Rail - 2.4m length
    135mm Kform UPVC Screed Rail - 2.4m length
    Kform Extender Rail 50 x 100mm - 2.4m length

    Free Standard Delivery

    on all orders over £200

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    In a Rush - Next Day Delivery

    on selected items ordered before 1pm

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    K-FORM UPVC Screed Railing provides theconstruction industry with an economical, efficientand environmentally friendly alternative to steel andtimber formwork.

    • Removable top strip to allow joint sealing
    • Manufactured in durable 100% recycled UPVC
    • Pre-Drilled Holes for anchoring 
    • Pre=Drilled holes for dowel bars
    • Enables adjoining bays to be poured simultaneously 
    • Designed for pours of 50mm- 225mm thick
    • K-Form remains in place after concrete has been poured


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