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urethane, elastomeric
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Scott System formliners are an easy way to make a memorable impression on concrete that gets seen thousands, if not millions, of times a day by producing any detailed texture in perfect detail in all types of applications. Made of elastomeric-urethane, a durable and adaptable synthetic compound that is ready for extended use, our formliners reproduce the same outstanding, detailed texture in perfect detail every time. Urethane formliners by Scott System can be produced in almost any size and depth and ensure both impressive durability and consistent reusability. They produce the most realistic finish and are increasingly cost effective with each reuse, and that is why they are one of the most highly demanded products offered. Urethane concrete formliners work with both tilt-up and precast applications and their abilities are endless. With variation through pre-engineered design, formliner textures can be rotated or inverted. Finger Joints Finger joints hide abutments by using an interlocking pattern that can invert 180 degrees. Side-to-Side Joints Generally used with smooth flutes, allow for a smooth transition from one panel to the next with slight variation when using a 180 degree rotation. Universal/Common Joints Unique in that textures on panels match up on both the tops and bottoms with varying degrees of rotation. Using a pattern drawing, panels can be mixed and matched. Random Joints Allows panels to abut at various different locations, intentionally forming a division that breaks up the flow of textures and shadowing. Panels can be stacked top-to-bottom or side-to-side.
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