Stone face Column Form liner 56 inch- Set of 4
Hand chosen stone tiles arranged into a 56 inch high, 23 inch wide liner. These walttools column liner molds are designed specifically to interlock for natural corners with minimal touch up. The results are near perfect columns hard to distinguish from real stone. The polyurethane panels can be easily attached to a box frame and will last for countless pours. Form liners come in three height sizes and can be easily stacked for custom uses. Sets will consist of 4 different panels so no side is the same.
Caps can be made from an optional matching mold or framed up to your needs. Natural stone caps are always an option.
Liners are placed in a specific order for a proper pattern and can be used with either edge as the top.
Columns can be filled solid or you can save weight and concrete by filling the middle with a concrete tube or foam blocks.
Column liners match other Walttools wall liners and outdoor kitchen panels for property harmony.
Uses for columns are: Seatwall terminations, driveway entrances, lighting fixtures, fence fixtures, fire feature fixtures, table bases, mailboxes, and more.
Sold as a set of 4
120 lbs for 56 inch set
Mailbox shown is made from 56 inch forms. Actual mailbox is sold separately. When doing a mailbox, you will have to use either a sonotube or foam core for the center, keeping the walls no more than 1.5 inches thick, especially the face that will hold the mailbox. Mailbox opening is to be at a height between 41 and 45 inches. A rough opening is easily cut in the finished column with a concrete saw and if you used a foam core you can then hollow out the foam deep enough to accept the mailbox.
NOTE: For proper finished look and corners to show properly, liners are to be arranged in the form in a specific arrangement. Panel 1 Red-Panel 2 Green-Panel 3 Yellow-Panel 4 Blue. This can be seen as you pre arrange on the floor before assembly. This is not necessarily show in the order in the video.
Pier as shown took ten 50 lb bags of concrete mix, cap was an additional bag and a half.
Refer to Diagram.