Quick Imprint Systems is well known for its Roller System, which utilizes a roller to imprint large areas without showing any stop-start marks while allowing for continuous pouring. The system has been used to imprint millions of square feet for everything from sound barrier walls to medians, patios, pool decks and driveways.
Now the company has come up with reusable form liners — for tilt-up, downcast, and vertical precast pours — enabling an imprint finish on both sides of the walls. The liners are made of a polyethylene co-polymer material that is high density but lightweight. They are very quick to install and can be stripped down without release agents, although a release agent is recommended for longer life.
Designed with perfect matching bed joints and head joints for easy installation, the liners can used to create walls or be fitted to any type of column or Sonatube application. The liners are also appropriate for historical preservation projects, because they can be used on the reverse side to create a raised bead (see photo above).
“Because of their fast and lightweight installation, the liners are dramatically cheaper and more worker-friendly to use than what’s been done in the past,” says Brad Jordan, owner of Quick Imprint Systems Inc. For more information, call (800) 746-8820 or visit www.concreteroller.com.