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Division Plates for Metal Forming

Using division plates helps prevent pavement cracking when the ground settles or shifts due to the changes caused by heat and cold.

Four division plate types offered:

  • Full division plates
  • Skeleton division plates
  • Division plates slotted for rebar
  • Division plates for existing pavement

Typical Applications:

    • Bulkheads
  • Cold joints
  • Spacers for side forms

Specs & Sizes for dee’s Division Plates

dee division plates are fabricated to meet any specification.

DIVISION PLATES FOR SIDEWALKS

Straight

dee's division plates for sidewalks are used as bulkheads and to secure expansion joint material during concrete sidewalk placements.

The division plate slips on to each of the top rails of the sidewalk form. They are generally used as spacers while setting sidewalk forms up and as full breaks where expansion material is required.

Flexible

The flexible sidewalk form division plate slips over the top of the edge form and is used as a spacer while setting radius sidewalk runs. They act as bulkheads and as full breaks where expansion material is required.

The use of sidewalk division plates as spacers speeds the setting of parallel runs. Using division plates for flexible sidewalks eliminates the need for contractors to saw cut expansion joints into the pavement after placement.

DIVISION PLATES FOR EXISTING PAVEMENTS

Division plates for existing pavement are used when existing pavement will not be removed and forms a support for the division plates in the new curb & gutter pour. They are often attached to the existing pavement using a flat clip that extends over and can be anchored to the existing pavement.

The use of division plates for existing pavement helps a contractor to speed up rehab work without disturbing the existing roadway since there is no need to saw cut the pavement for expansion joints.

DIVISION PLATES FOR REBAR SLOTS

Division plates with slots for rebar offer the contractor real benefits. These division plates provide the contractor with the ability to ensure the rebar will stay exactly where it is positioned into a curb & gutter placement eliminating problems with the final rebar positioning. Rebar that is manually placed often floats in the concrete mixture and move before curing.

DIVISION PLATES FOR STRAIGHT STEP-TYPE CURB & GUTTER FORMS

Full

Full division plates are typically used as bulkheads at the ends of a curb & gutter setup and when a full depth break or expansion joint in the concrete is required. A division plate is required at the end of each curbface form for support. Typically, division plates are used evenly every 10 feet in a curb and gutter setup.

Skeleton

Skeleton division plates do not provide full penetration and are frequently used when a bulkhead is not required, a full expansion joint is not required, or when continuous rebar is specified for the curb & gutter job saving the contractor money. Skeleton division plates may be substituted for full division plates on a one for one replacement

DIVISION PLATES FOR FLEXIBLE STEP-TYPE CURB & GUTTER FORMS

Full

Full division plates for flexible curb & gutter are typically used as bulkheads at the ends of a curb & gutter setup and when a full depth break or expansion joint is required. Additional skeleton division plates are required to support the flexible curb face at ˜20" intervals when using a flexible curbface form.

Each division plate is equipped with clips that slip over the back and front flexible forms and a top rotating latch that locks in the flexible curbface form.

Skeleton

Skeleton division plates for flexible curb & gutter are used to support a flexible curbface form at ~20" intervals. Skeleton division plates do not provide full penetration. Skeleton division plates are equipped with clips that slip over the back and front flexible forms and a top rotating latch that locks in the flexible curbface form.

DIVISION PLATES FOR STRAIGHT DRIVE-OVER TYPE CURB & GUTTER FORMS

Full

Full division plates are typically used as bulkheads at the ends of a curb & gutter setup and when a full depth break or expansion joint in the concrete is required. A division plate is required at the end of each curbface form for support. Typically, division plates are used evenly every 10 feet in a curb and gutter setup.

Skeleton

Skeleton division plates do not provide full penetration and are frequently used when a bulkhead is not required, a full expansion joint is not required, or when continuous rebar is specified for the curb & gutter job saving the contractor money. Skeleton division plates may be substituted for full division plates on a one for one replacement

DIVISION PLATES FOR FLEXIBLE ROLL-TYPE CURB & GUTTER FORMS

Full

Full division plates for roll type radius curb & gutter are typically used as bulkheads at the end of the curb & gutter setup and when a full depth break or expansion joint is required.

No curbface form is used when forming a roll type curb and gutter but the division plates serve as a template to strike off the desired profile.

Skeleton

Skeleton division plates do not provide full penetration and are frequently used when a bulkhead is not required, a full expansion joint is not required, or when continuous rebar is specified. Skeleton division plates may be substituted for full division plates on a one to one replacement.

DIVISION PLATES FOR STRAIGHT or FLEXIBLE HIGH CURB & GUTTER FORMING

Full

Full division plates are typically used as bulkheads at the ends of a curb setup and when a full depth break or expansion joint in the concrete is required. A division plate is required at the end of each curbface form for support. Typically, division plates are used evenly every 10 feet in a curb setup.

Half

Half division plates do not provide full penetration and are frequently used when a bulkhead is not required, a full expansion joint is not required, or when continuous rebar is specified for the curb job saving the contractor money. Half division plates may be substituted for full division plates on a one for one replacement.

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Description deeProduct #  
Sidewalk form division plate - Straight 322 View Part
Sidewalk form division plate - Flexible 320 View Part
Existing pavement division plate 333 View Part
Rebar slotted division plates 334 View Part
Straight, step-type curb and gutter forms division plate - Full 337 View Part
Straight, step-type curb and gutter forms division plate - Skeleton 338 View Part
Flexible, step-type curb and gutter forms division plate - Full 339 View Part
Flexible, step-type curb and gutter forms division plate - Skeleton 340 View Part
Straight, drive over-type curb & gutter forms division plate - Full 350 View Part
Straight, drive over-type curb & gutter forms division plate - Skeleton 351 View Part
Flexible, roll-type curb & gutter forms division plate - Full 352 View Part
Flexible, roll-type curb & gutter forms division plate - Skeleton 353 View Part
Straight high curb forming, Full- Straight 356 View Part
Straight high curb forming, Full - Partial Batter 362 View Part
Straight high curb forming, Full - Full Batter 368 View Part
Straight high curb forming, Half - Straight 357 View Part
Straight high curb forming, Half - Partial Batter 363 View Part
Straight high curb forming, Half - Full Batter 369 View Part
Flexible, high curb forming, Full - Straight 358 View Part
Flexible, high curb forming, Full - Partial Batter 364 View Part
Flexible, high curb forming, Full - Full Batter 370 View Part
Flexible, high curb forming, Half - Straight 359 View Part
Flexible, high curb forming, Half - Partial Batter 365 View Part
Flexible, high curb forming, Half - Full Batter 371 View Part
Features and Benefits

Speeds the setting of parallel runs when used as spacers

Reduced labor and increased contractor profitability

Eliminates need for contractors to saw cut expansion joints into the pavement after placement

Saves time

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