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Publication numberUS3010174 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateNov 28, 1961
Filing dateAug 19, 1959
Priority dateAug 19, 1959
Publication numberUS 3010174 A, US 3010174A, US-A-3010174, US3010174 A, US3010174A
InventorsMccall Donald O
Original AssigneeBasalt Rock Company Inc
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Mold for concrete objects
US 3010174 A
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Nov. 28, 1961 D. o. MccALl. 3,010,174

MOLD FOR CONCRETE .OBJECTS Filed Aug. 19. 1959 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 NOV. 28, 1961 D, o, McCALL MOLD FOR CONCRETE OBJECTS 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Filed Aug. 19, 1959 nh* A `United .Stam Patenti) 3,010,174 MOLD FOR CONCRETE OBJECTS Donald O. McCall, Napa, Calif., assignor to Basalt Rock Company, Inc., Napa, Calif., a corporation of California Filed Aug. 19, 1959, Ser. No. 836,568 15 Claims. (Cl. 25-121) This is a continuation-in-part of my application Serial No. 762,371, filed September 22, 1958, now abandoned.

The invention relates to molds for casting concrete objects, said molds having at least one side wall which is movable relatively to the mold iioor. The invention is especially but not exclusively applicable to casting elongated objects which have indented or narrowed portions lying farther above the mold oor than other, relatively wider or non-indented portions thereof, wherefore it is necessary to move at least one side wall away from the hardened cast object to permit the latter to be lifted from the mold. Among the cast objects which can be formed in such a mold are concrete I-beams or girders, channels, and polygonal beams or columns Vhaving bevelled /or chamfered corners.

Two problems encountered with known molds which have displaceable side walls are the difliculty of achieving a water-tight seal along the bottom'of the movable side '-wall and the inconvenience of installing and removing the side wall. Removal of the mold side wall or at least substantial separation thereof from the cast object while the latter rests on the mold floor is often desirable and is necessary whenever the cast concrete object has narrowed parts, such as chamfered faces, grooves, or indentations engaged by projections on the side wall, as is the'case with concrete objects as indicated above.

When the side wall is not sealed effectively to the mold floor, liquid seeps out after the wet concrete is poured, carrying with it cement and fine aggregate, whereby some of the coarser aggregate is exposed and the hardened ob- .ject presents an uneven surface; this gives it a displeasing appearance and may, in some instances, weaken the object.

Mounting and removing the side wall are obviously time-consuming operations. Prior attempts to obviate these operations were not practicable in all applications. Among prior proposals is the use of a resilient mold door to which the side walls are fixed permanently and which can be exed to spring the side walls apart; see U.S. patent to Moore, No. 1,140,840. Such an arrangement lpresents difliculties when working with large objects of vconsiderable weight and/or when the mold side wall has deep projections and must, therefore, be moved a considerable distance to permit withdrawal of the cast object. These difficulties pertain to the support of the cast object and particularly of the heavy wet concrete and the limited exure possible in a resilient mold floor if sharp bends and consequent structural failure are to be avoided. Moreover, only a limited exure of such a resilient tioor is in practice attainable and a large force is required to pull the side wall out from the cast object when the oor is of suicient thickness to sustain the concrete.

4It is an object of the invention to provide an improved mold for concrete objects wherein the mold side wall or walls is (are) readily sealed to the mold oor and yet easily moved, whereby seepage of moisture along the joint is avoided and a cast object of improved appearance both side walls can be swung laterally outward with little force and through a large arc, suiiicient to cause the lateral inward projections on the inner face of the wall or widest part(s) of the cast object.

vwalls to clear the vertical plane or planes through the r 3,016,174 ce Patented Nev. 2s, i961 A further object is to provide an improved mold having a movable side wall sealed to the mold floor which can be rapidly and simply operated, and wherein the wet concrete within the mold is aorded good support. Ancillary thereto, it is an object to provide good support for the hardened object while the side wall is swung outward to permit removal of the object from the mold.

Still further objects will become apparent from the following description.

In summary, the concrete mold according to the invention includes a floor which is formed at least in part of pliant material, such as rubberized fabric, particularly rubber belting, said floor having an inner support for the cast object, and the mold side wall is fixed to a marginal part of the pliant material in sealed relation and spaced laterally from said inner support. By thus leaving a strip of the pliant material between the inner support and the side wall free for flexure, the side wall can be swung outward to permit facile withdrawal of the cast object. According to various embodiments, either one or both of the side walls is movably attached.

According to an additional feature, the side wall is supported by a prop which is rigidly attached thereto and has a sliding engagement with a base beneath the prop.

inner, operative positions and one wall being shown in dotted lines in its outer position;

FIGURE 3 is a further enlarged, fragmentary view of a portion of FIGURE 2, showing the left side wall in solid lines in its outer position and, in dotted lines, in its inner position;

FIGURE 4 is a transverse sectional View through a mold according to a modified construction, wherein two objects can be'cast and only one side Wall of each mold :section is movable; and

FIGURE 5 is an enlarged, fragmentary view of a portion of FIGUREy 4, showing the left side wall in solid ,lines in its outer position and, in dotted lines, in its inner position.-

Referring to FIGURES l-3, the mold has a supporting base formed of parallel, transverse I-beams S interconnected'by longitudinal channels 6 and 7 which are welded .to the I-beams and form a central orinner support for the mold floor throughout the full length thereof. Stop blocks 8 and 9 are fixed to the I-beams in laterally spaced 'relation to the channels by welding; their purpose will appear. A sotit 10, formed of a Vcontinuous sheet of pliant material, constitutes the mold oor. The term pliant is used herein to denote material which is supple and capable of being bent with ease.l It may suitably be made of liquid-impervious belting, eg., composed of textile or cords impregnated with rubber and vulcanized, possessing good flexibility and sufcient compressibility to form a liquid-tight seal when pressed against a rigid surface. The sotit has sutlicient tensile strength to susitain wet concrete without significant sagging through an unsupported strip 10a adjoining the support channels 6 and 7, to which it is xed by bolts 11, the heads of which are recessed to provide a continuously flat mold floor.

Each mold side wall is assembled from a plurality of pans, such as a lower pan 12 and an upper pan 13; the former has a horizontal, longitudinal ange 14 at the top and the latter has a similar pair of flanges and 16 at the bottom and top, respectively. A supporting angle iron 17 is welded along the botto-m of the lower pan and the pans are bolted together by bolts 18. It is evident that any desired number of pans may be bolted together in this manner to assemble a mold wall of desired shape and height. In the embodiment illustrated, which is suitable for casting concrete I-beams, the inner or molding face of the wall is shaped to include vertical outer traverses 12b and 13o, vertical inner traverses 12d and 13a, inclined connecting traverses 12e and 13b, and a bottom, inwardly inclined traverse 12a. The traverses 12C, 12d, 13a and 13b jointly forman inward projection of the side wall for shaping the web of the beam; this projection prevents lifting of the beam from the mold without prior lateral displacement of the side wall. The bottom traverse 12a has a smooth, downwardly directed edge which is in sealing engagement with the sofilt 10; it is preferably pressed into the latter to deform it slightly, as shown, for insuring a moisture-proof joint. The inclined traverse 12a constitutes a fillet wall and may be given any desired contour to shape the bottom corner face of the beam on a radius or chamfer. Each pan is reinforced by a plurality vice. Y Illustrative of such devices is a pair of linked rods 29 and 30 having a pivotal connection at 31, the former being pivoted to the base beam 5 at 32 and the latter to the side wall at 33. The rod 30 has a handle 34 rigidly secured thereto so as to vengage the rod 29 at an abutment 35 thereon when the pivots 31-33 are slightly out of alignment with the pivot 31 below the line joining the other two; in this condition compressive force between the latter pivots urges the handle against its abutment, whereby the mold side wall is buttressed. When the handle is raised the end pivots are first moved apart slightly-made possible by small straining of the structural parts-and thereafter the linkage acts in tension to pull the wall outward to the position shown in dotted lines, with the handle in engagement with the flange 16. Lowering the handle reverses these operations. It is to i be understood that a plurality of such linkages may be of vertical n'bs 19 or 20, which are Welded to the outer faces and the contiguous flanges 14-16 or the angle irons 17.

The side Walls are fixed to the marginal parts of. the sofllt by bolts 21 which extend through the angle irons 17 and lower angle irons 22. The latter extend longitudinally the full length of the side wa'll'beneaththe bottom edges of the traverses 12a and constitute rigid support means for compressing the sod-lt against the said edges The angle irons 22 are spaced laterally outwardly from the channels 6 and 7, leaving strip-shaped parts of the soflit unsupported therebetween.

The lower legs 22a of the lower angle irons function asV props which afford vertical support and lateral stability to the side wall. These props rest slidingly on the beams 5, which function as bearing members providingv upwardly directed, laterally extended slide surfaces. The stop blocks 8 and 9 are positioned on the beams S to be engaged by the props 22a when the side wall is vertical, as shown in dotted lines in FIGURE 3. The intervals between these blocks and the vertical flanges of the channels. 6 and 7 are, in this embodiment, such that the latter are engaged by the props and, hence, serve as lateral abutments when the props have been slid inward, which occurs when the mold side wall is swung outward to the Vsolid-line position in FIGURE 3. During this movement the unsupported strips lila of the soflit 1t) between the channels 6 and 7 andthe angle irons 22 flex downward,

as shown. This tilting movement of the side wall must be at least sufficient to shift the point X, at the bottom edge of the inward projection, laterally outward beyond the vertical plane through the normal position of the outermost, lower wall section 12b; this clears the cast concrete girder in the mold of any obstruction and makes it possible to lift the girder from the mold.

The mold further has a pair of end walls 23 and 24 which are shaped to the cross section of the beam to be cast but are advantageously slightly taller. The said end walls are mounted between the side walls and have bottom flanges 27 and 28 by which they are bolted to the central support channels 6 and 7 against the sotllt 10 to insure a liquid-tight seal.

After the end walls are installed and the side walls are swung to their inner positions the latter are tied together by suitable devices, such as tie rods 36 which extend through holes in the pans 13 and engage the pans by rod heads 37 and nuts. These rods are oiled or otherwise coated prior to pouring the wet concrete to permit their withdrawal from and avoid bonding to the hardened concrete.

The side walls may be swung inward and outward by hand or by any suitable manually or power operated deprovided along the length of each side wall.

Because the strip-shaped parts 10a of the sortit which are situated between the central support channels 6 and 7 and the angle irons 22 are unsupported from below and must, therefore, act in tension `to Support the wet con'- crete, it is desirable .to make these parts as narrow as feasible while affording the desired flexing action. For the same reason it is desirable to use as the soflit a cord- 'reinforced materialcapable of resisting stretching, whe-reby the wet concrete is supported without appreciable sagging of the soft. The pressure ofthe concrete against ther side walls tends to spread them apart and this maintains the soft strips taut. The stop blocks 8 and 9 prevent excessive outward movement of the side walls and excessive stress on the soflit which would otherwise unduly distend and weaken it.

rIt is desirable to proportion the parts as shown so that the outermost edges of the angle irons 22 rest on the beams 5 beyond the stop blocks when the side walls are swunk outward, as shown in solid lines in FIGURE 3. During vsuch outward movement the unsupported strips 10a of the soflit flex and act in tension to cause the props 22a to slide inward.

FIGURES 4 and 5 shows a dual mold,each of its section having one stationary and one movable side wall, shaped to permit octagonal concrete columns to be cast. Because only one side wall in each section is movable it must be capable of movement through a greater arc than in previous embodiments. These views further illustrate other modifications which may be applied individually to the first embodiment.

Referring to FIGURES 4 and 5 in detail, the dual mold has a base 4t) which may be transverse beams as before to constitute bearing members providing slide surfaces. Longitudinal support angle irons 41 and 42 are fixed to the base by welding their vertical legs 41a and 42a; they have their upper, horizontal legs directed outwardly in spaced relation above the base, as shown. A soflit 43 of pliant material, as previously described for the soflit v10, overlies these support irons for the full length of the mold to form the mold floor and extends laterally beyond these irons. Strips 43a of the soflit are unsupported. The mold has a pair of fixed, inner side walls 44 and 45 and a pair of movable, outer side walls 46 and 47. The dual mold being constructed symmetrically about the vertical, longitudinal center plane, only the side walls for the right mold section will be described.

The xed side wall 45 includes three flat molding faces, viz., a lower, outwardly inclined traverse 45a, an outer, vertical traverse 45b, and an upper, inwardly inclined traverse 45C. It has at the bottom a horizontal support flange 45d which extends the full length of the side wall and is bolted to the angle iron 42 in engagement with the soflit to compress the latter and thereby form a liquidtight seal. The top of the wall has a horizontal traverse 45e which is terminated in a down-turned flange 45j in engagement with a similar flange on the side wall 44. The swingable, outer side wall 47 includes three similar `and opposed, fiat molding faces 47a, 47b and 47C, and has at the bottom a horizontal support liange 47a by which it is bolted to a longitudinal support angle iron 49 so as to compress the sofiit and form a liquid-tight seal along the full length of the wall. The outer side wall further has, at the top, a horizontal traverse 47e which is terminated in a down-turned flange 47f.

The side walls 46 and 47 are supported by support angle irons 48 and 49, respectively, which form rigid support means and have vertical legs or props 48a and 49a resting slidingly on the base 40,-which functions as a prop support and presents an upwardly directed slide surface. 'Ihese props are vertical, as shown in solid lines in FIGURE 4, when the side walls are in their inner, upright positions. The outer side walls are retained in these upright positions before concrete is poured by one or more tie clips 50 having at their ends downturned flanges 50a and 50h, which engage the flanges 46] and 4'7]c on the side walls. It will be understood that each mold section has a pair of end walls, not shown, corresponding to the end walls 23 and 24 of the first embodiment and similarly mounted on the inner support angle irons 4l and 42.

In FIGURE 4 the left mold section is shown to contain a concrete column 51 having an octagonal cross section.

The use of the mold according to the second embodiment is similar to `that of the first, except that the outer side walls are retained by the tie clips 50, which are easily removed by upward movement to permit the side walls to be spread apart, that only one side wall of each mold section is swung outward to permit the cast object to be removed, and that the side walls are swung through greater arcs, sufiicient to bring them to the base 40. This increased movement is made possible without widening each of the unsupported, strip-shaped portions 43a of the soffit between the wall-support angle irons 48, 49 and the interior angle irons 41, 42, by positioning the legs 41a and 42a inwards from the upper, horizontal legs, which extend laterally outwards in supporting relation to the sofiit. The props can therefore slide inwards under them. This permits a longer inward motion of the props 48a and 49a, as shown in solid lines in FIG- URE 5. When the side walls are thus swung outward the outer edges of the angle irons 48 and 49 rest on the base 40.

It is evident that in each embodiment the wall support, composed of the prop legs 22a, 48a and 49a, and the bearing members supporting the same, supports the movable side wall in the inner and outer positions thereof and also continuously during the outward tilting movement of the wall and lowers the bottom of the wall during such movement to effect a downward liexure of the pliant sof'lit.

I claim as my invention:

l. In a mold for poured concrete objects, the combination of a rigid longitudinal support; a mold oor including a pliant sofiit which is fixed to said support and extends laterally outwardly therefrom; extending upwards from said mold oor, a longitudinal side wall which is fixed sealingly to said sofft in laterally outwardly spaced relation to said rigid support and is tiltable between inner and outer positions by exure of the soit, said soiit being unsupported between said rigid support and the wall when the latter is in its inner position; and means for supporting said wall in the inner and outer positions thereof and continuously during outward tilting movement and for lowering the part of the wall which is fixed to the sofiit during such outward tilting movement to effect a downward iiexure of the unsupported part of said soft.

2. The combination according to claim l, wherein said support means for the wall extends longitudinally in engagement with one face of the soffit outwardly from the unsupported part thereof, said wall being in engagement with the other face of the sofiit opposite said sup port means and being fastened to said support means so as to compress the soiiit and thereby seal the same to the wall.

3. The combination according to claim 2, wherein the said wall has a narrow edge, said edge being the part of the wall which is in engagement with said one face of the soit and compresses the same.

4. The combination according to claim 2, wherein the said wall has a longitudinally extended flat face, said face being the part of the wall which is in engagement with said one face of the soit and compresses the same.

5. In a mold for poured concrete objects, the combination of a mold fioor; an inner, rigid, longitudinal support for said oo-r, said floor including a longitudinal strip of pliant material which extends laterally outwardly from said inner support; a rigid longitudinal mold side wall which extends upwards from said pliant material and is fixed in sealed relation thereto along a line spaced laterally outwardly from said rigid support, said wall beingttiltable between inner and outer positions by exure of said strip between said rigid support and the wall, said strip being unsupported when said wall is in its inner position; and means for supporting said wall in the inner and outer positions thereof and continuously during outward tilting movement and for lowering the part of the wall which is xed to said pliant materialduring outward tilting movement to eect a downward exure of said strip of pliant material.

6. The combination defined in claim 5, wherein said support means for the wall comprises: a bearing member providing an upwardly directed and laterally extended slide surface which is situated in spaced relation below said wall, and a prop rigidly affixed to said wall for tilting movement therewith and extending downwardly therefrom to said surface, said prop being supported by and in slidable engagement with said surface substantially beneath the wall when the latter is in its inner position and being slidable inwards on said surface as the wall is tilted outwards.

7. In combination with the elements recited in claim 6, stop means secured in fixed relation to said bearing member and positioned for engagement by said prop to limit the outward movement thereof as the side wall is tilted inwards.

8. In combination with the elements recited in claim 6, abutment means secured in fixed relation to said bearing member and positioned for engagement by said prop to limit the inward movement thereof as the side wall is tilted outwards.

9. The combination according to claim 8 wherein said inner rigid support extends downwards to said bearing member and constitutes the said abutment means.

l0. The combination according to claim 6 wherein said inner rigid support is fixed to said bearing member and includes a part which extends upwards from the bearing member to the mold floor, said rigid support extending thence laterally outwards in spaced relation above the slide surface of the bearing member, whereby said prop can slide beneath said laterally outwardly extending part of said rigid support.

l1. The co-mbination according to claim 6 wherein said support means for the wall includes, additionally, a

part extending outwardly in fixed angular relation to the prop when the wall is in its inner position and engageable with said bearing member when the wall is in its outer position for limiting outward movement of the wall.

l2. The combination as defined in claim 5 wherein said pliant material is a cord-reinforced, rubberized, co-mpressible, liquid-impervious material.

13. A mold for casting elongated concrete objects comprising, in combination: a base providing an inner, longitudinal, rigid support, and a laterally extended bearing member having an upwardly directed slide surface; a mold floor formed at least in part by a longitudinal sofit of pliant, compressible, cord-reinforced, liquid-impervious material which is secured to the top of said inner support 7 and extends laterally outwards therefrom; a pair of rigid mold side walls extending upwards from said'rnold floor, at least one of said side walls being tiltable between inner and outer positions and having a molding face shaped to provide at an upper part thereof a projection extending inwardly beyond the vertical plane through a lower part thereof, said one wall being fixed in sealed relation to said soit laterally outwardly from said inner support, lthere being a longitudinal strip of said soiiit between said one wall and said rigid support which strip is unsupported when said one wall is in its inner position; la prop fixed rigidly to said one wall for tilting movement therewith and extending downwardly beneath the soliit to and supported by said bearing member for inward sliding movement on said surface when the tiltable wall is tilted outwards, whereby said one wall is supported continuously and lowered during outward tilting movement thereof, thereby effecting a downward flexure of said unsupported sotlit strip; and end walls for said mold.

14. A mold according to claim 13, wherein said solit extends across the full width of the mold floor, extending laterally beyond both' margins of said inner support, and both said mold side walls are tiltable outwardly and provided lwith props.

15. A dual mold for casting a pair of elongated concrete objects comprising, in combination: a base providing a central, longitudinal, rigid support and bearing members extending laterally to each side thereof, said bearing members having upwardly directed slide surfaces; a mold iioor comprising a longitudinal strip of pliant material extending laterally from both sides of said central support above said bearing members; a central mold wall extending upwardly from said mold floor above said central support; a pair of outer mold side walls extending upwardly' from said mold oor and fixed in `sealed relation to said pliant material outwardly from and in spaced relation to said central support on opposite sides thereof, said outer walls being tiltable between inner and outer positions by flexure of strips of said pliant material between said central support and the respective outer walls, each said strip being unsupported when the adjacent wall is in its inner position; means supporting each said outer Wall in the inner and outer position thereof and continuously during outward tilting movement thereof and for lowering the part of the Wall which is ixed to the pliant material during such outward tilting movement to eiect a downward exure of the adjoining strip of pliant material; and a pair of end walls for each of the mold sections defined by a movable wall and said central mold wall.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification249/50, 249/166, 249/134, 249/119
International ClassificationB28B7/00
Cooperative ClassificationB28B7/0044
European ClassificationB28B7/00B3D