wood filled polystyrene blocks

EPS / ICF / Polystyrene block construction is a snap together hollow block constructed for a reinforced concrete mass masonry core that is pored into the supported EPS block walls. An established method in the New Zealand construction industry combining the values and properties of diverse materials. 【Get Price】

Assembly required with VWFC6 connectors and VWFE6 end pieces 1 assembled block measures 12.5 in. tall x 40 in. long x 10 in. wide and includes eight inserted plastic connectors there are 20 blocks in a bundle; 20 blocks build 66 sq. ft. of wall space; Connectors made from recycled plastic; Mold and bacterial growth resistant 【Get Price】

Interlocking blocks of expanded polystyrene (EPS) have been used as permanent forms for a variety of wall installations with concrete being placed in the voids in the patented EPS blocks. The standard form blocks are each 10x10x40 inches and have interlocking notched edges that make it simple to lay and align the blocks into a tightly fitted ... 【Get Price】

Better Performance by an ICF Block without Styrofoam Nexcem Insulated Concrete Forms are the next generation in cement-bonded wood fiber ICF systems. Building on the original 70-year-old Swiss Durisol technology we have brought ICF building blocks into the 21st century. 【Get Price】

The most insulated concrete forms (made of EPS = expanded polystyrene) are filled with concrete in 1-4 foot "lifts" to reduce the risk of blowouts like with other concrete formwork however RASTRA invented the Composite Insulated Concrete Forms (ICCF). The ICCF’s are strong enough that walls are filled at story-height (10 to 12 feet) in one lift. 【Get Price】