The Stronghold Fixed Web Series blocks are the standard choice for the ICF industry. The FX series ICF blocks use fixed webs that provide a solid block and a solid wall for installation. The .25” thick outer fastening flanges are 1.5" wide and 16" tall for continuous fastening. Two horizontal center ties with tall rebar holders provide for secure rebar placement with bars up to a #8 or 25mm. The foam panels are 1.5lb density, 2.75" thick, and 16" tall x 48" long.
Straight blocks, sometimes referred to as standard blocks, make up between 75%-85% of a typical ICF project.
90° Corner blocks make up between 10%-20% of a typical ICF project.
Coming Soon -- 45° Corner blocks are a welcome addition to the job-site, making the contractors job much easier.
Taper Top blocks can typically make up about 10% of a project.
The Taper/Lock Top Block is often used at transition points in walls, such as when a bearing ledge is needed yet the wall will continue with additional courses higher.
The Double Taper Top Block is used as the top course of walls, when a bearing ledge is needed for both sides of the wall, such as a brick-ledge on one side and floor system on the other side.
The Double Flat Top Block is used as the top course of walls, when a maximum about of installation is desired, but still wanting a smooth screeding surface for levelling the top of the wall once the concrete is poured.
T Blocks provide a super strong wall connection in what is often thought of as a weak and difficult area to set up and pour.
The 4" Height Adjuster panels can be used in any part of the wall assembly to gain an additional 4" in height.
Stronghold KD End Caps have full height fastening webs for easier connection to wood framing and attachment of finishes.