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Straight Block

The Straight Block typically makes up 85% of the ICF wall assembly on most residential & commercial jobs. This block has six (6) strong full length injection molded plastic ties made from Polypropylene (PP)regrind resin that are well marked with the word "Fox Blocks" located on both sides of the block. These ties secure the two pieces of 1.5 pcf density modified Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam together that makes up each block type. The blocks are stacked tightly together and inter-locked end to end to the desired wall length. Once a single layer or course of ICF blocks is installed,...

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The Straight Block typically makes up 85% of the ICF wall assembly on most residential & commercial jobs. This block has six (6) strong full length injection molded plastic ties made from Polypropylene (PP)regrind resin that are well marked with the word "Fox Blocks" located on both sides of the block. These ties secure the two pieces of 1.5 pcf density modified Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam together that makes up each block type. The blocks are stacked tightly together and inter-locked end to end to the desired wall length. Once a single layer or course of ICF blocks is installed, horizontal reinforcing steel bars are inter-locked securely together in the ties of the blocks, then another course of Straight Blocks are placed firmly on top as the wall is built. To improve construction wall strength during installation, each course of blocks should have their end-joint connections staggered in a running bond method from the course adjacent to it. This installation method is typical for all Fox Blocks ICF form types and sizes.

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Corner Block

The 90 Degree Corner Block typically makes up 10-15% of the ICF wall assembly on most residential & commercial jobs. This block has six (6) strong full length injection molded plastic ties made from Polypropylene (PP)regrind resin that are well marked with the word "Fox Blocks" located on both sides of the block. The corner block also has one (1) patent pending corner bracket designed like no other in the ICF Industry. This 7/32" thick x 1-1/2" wide corner bracket was engineered to add more strength/support to the block because it connects the inner/outer 1.5 pcf density modified Expanded...

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The 90 Degree Corner Block typically makes up 10-15% of the ICF wall assembly on most residential & commercial jobs. This block has six (6) strong full length injection molded plastic ties made from Polypropylene (PP)regrind resin that are well marked with the word "Fox Blocks" located on both sides of the block. The corner block also has one (1) patent pending corner bracket designed like no other in the ICF Industry. This 7/32" thick x 1-1/2" wide corner bracket was engineered to add more strength/support to the block because it connects the inner/outer 1.5 pcf density modified Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam panels together and is designed with a round through hole in the outer panel for the installation of a 3/4" PVC or metal pipe to reinforce the corner once the wall is built to eliminate blow-outs during the concrete pour. The bracket has a marketed exterior fastening surface that is very large on both sides of the block to secure exterior veneer finishes. The blocks are stacked tightly together at the corner locations and inter-locked end to end to the Straight Blocks to the desired wall length. Once a single layer or course of ICF blocks is installed, horizontal reinforcing steel bars are inter-locked securely together in the ties of the blocks, then another course of blocks are placed firmly on top as the wall is built. To improve construction wall strength during installation, each course of blocks should have their end-joint connections staggered in a running bond method from the course adjacent to it.

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Angle Block

The 45 Degree Angle Block typically makes up 1-5% of the ICF wall assembly on most residential & commercial jobs. This block has five (5) strong full length injection molded plastic ties made from Polypropylene (PP)regrind resin that are well marked with the word "Fox Blocks" located on both sides of the block. The 7/32" thick x 1-1/2" wide corner bracket was engineered to add more strength/support to the block by reinforcing the corner once the wall is built to eliminate blow-outs during the concrete pour. The bracket has a marketed exterior fastening surface that is very large on both sides ...

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The 45 Degree Angle Block typically makes up 1-5% of the ICF wall assembly on most residential & commercial jobs. This block has five (5) strong full length injection molded plastic ties made from Polypropylene (PP)regrind resin that are well marked with the word "Fox Blocks" located on both sides of the block. The 7/32" thick x 1-1/2" wide corner bracket was engineered to add more strength/support to the block by reinforcing the corner once the wall is built to eliminate blow-outs during the concrete pour. The bracket has a marketed exterior fastening surface that is very large on both sides of the block to secure exterior veneer finishes. The ties secure the two pieces of 1.5 pcf density modified Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam together that makes up each block type. The blocks are stacked tightly together at the corner locations and inter-locked end to end to the Straight Blocks to the desired wall length. Once a single layer or course of ICF blocks is installed, horizontal reinforcing steel bars are inter-locked securely together in the ties of the blocks, then another course of blocks are placed firmly on top as the wall is built. To improve construction wall strength during installation, each course of blocks should have their end-joint connections staggered in a running bond method from the course adjacent to it.

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T-Block Block

The T-Block (Short Leg) typically makes up 1-2% of the ICF wall assembly on most residential & commercial jobs. This block has eight (8) strong full length injection molded plastic ties made from Polypropylene (PP)regrind resin that are well marked with the word "Fox Blocks" located on all sides of the block. These ties secure the three pieces of 1.5 pcf density modified Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam together that makes up each block type. The blocks are stacked tightly together and inter-locked end to end to the adjacent Straight Blocks. T-Blocks are typically used in foundation walls...

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The T-Block (Short Leg) typically makes up 1-2% of the ICF wall assembly on most residential & commercial jobs. This block has eight (8) strong full length injection molded plastic ties made from Polypropylene (PP)regrind resin that are well marked with the word "Fox Blocks" located on all sides of the block. These ties secure the three pieces of 1.5 pcf density modified Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam together that makes up each block type. The blocks are stacked tightly together and inter-locked end to end to the adjacent Straight Blocks. T-Blocks are typically used in foundation walls where two walls intersect each other, an exterior wall to an interior wall. The T-Block is engineered/designed to minimize the amount of form bracing and eliminate blow-outs during the placement of the concrete. Once a T-Block (Short Leg) is installed, horizontal reinforcing steel bars are inter-locked securely together in the ties of the blocks. The next T-Block to be installed on top of the short leg, is the long leg block to improve construction wall strength by alternating all end block wall connection joints during installation.

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