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Straight Curb & Gutter Forms

The dee straight curb and gutter forming system consists of a back form, a front form, a face form, a division plate, and a top spreader. The back and front forms are standard straight flatwork forms with the back form taller than the front form.

The dee straight curb and gutter forms are normally assembled into a curb and gutter forming system as shown in the illustration below.

Straight curb and gutter set up

There are 5 basic types of straight curbs:

  1. Vertical face - a setup with the front and the back of the curb being at 90° angles
  2. Battered face - a curbface with the back of the curb at a 90° angle and the front at less than a 90° angle
  3. Bottom radius - a battered curbface with a single radius formed into the bottom of the curb
  4. Top and bottom radius - a battered curbface with a radius formed into the top and bottom of the curb
  5. Drive over - a curbface with a slow, gradual batter allowing traffic to pass over

dee straight curb and gutter forms are used primarily to form traffic barriers and direct water to sewers, culverts or ditches. Water can be directed away from the curb (out flow), or towards the curb (in flow) depending on the curb and gutter configuration.

Typical Applications:

  • Streets
  • Roadways
  • Parking lots
  • Driveways


Form assembly is easier, faster and more cost effective

Reinforced gussets and heavy gauge, 7-gauge steel stake pockets

Strongest concrete placement forms in the industry providing many years, even decades, of useful life

2 or 3 heavy-duty, welded-on, 7-gauge steel stake pockets with built-in wedges with a bent tip

Setup and removal is quick and easy making lost wedges a thing of the past

Double flanges with full-height heavy steel noses

Extra form strength and long-life

Heavy-duty noses

Better form alignment providing truer placements

Few moving parts (other than the heavy-duty wedges that lock the form securely to the form pin for firm steady fastening)

Setup and removal is quick and easy

Height adjustability

Keeps form in line for simple curb & gutter forming on non-graded areas

Available with a 2" or 4" base

Added stability

All-welded (not riveted like many competitor forms) to increase the form strength and rigidity

Guaranteed accurate forming and improved form longevity

4 factory punched bolt holes in each rail

Effortless attachment to other forms or forming accessories (like division plates)

Taller than 8" in height are manufactured with two steel noses, welded between flanges, and reinforced with an angle

Increased strength and flexibility by allowing both single and multiple sized forms to be joined

Taller than 8" in height are manufactured with heavy gauge steel stake pockets with wedges placed in opposing directions

Guaranteed securely anchored forms to prevent misalignment

Available with custom manufactured curbface forms

Match any curb profile

Accomodates high strength steel form pins

Prevents misalignments during placement

Curbface form can be locked in place (by using a top spreader)

Ensures matched specifications and passed inspections

Heavy steel angles welded at both ends of all forms

Significantly minimized end damage to reduce expenditures for replacement forms

Standard 2" top rails

Easy combination with competitors' forms (by using dee's filler form accessory)

Regarded as the industry standard (often copied, but never duplicated)

You are buying the best product available on the market

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