BecoWallform components have tongues on the top and grooves on the bottom, arranged so that they will interlock in parallel or at right angles in a modular grid of 62.5mm.

This means the designer can realise any plan layout to dimensions which are a multiple of 62.5mm.

Smaller site dimensions may be cut exactly to size within the thickness of polystyrene once the concrete is cured.

The Wallform Building Process Step-by-step:

1. The lightweight Wallform elements simply fit together in a modular grid of 62.5mm.

cutting-a-wallbock-with-a-handsaw 2. With a saw or hot wire cutter, components are easily cut to size.

installing-end-closures-into-Wallform3. Openings at wall ends, corners and T-junctions are closed with the end pieces.


building-a-45-degree-angled-wall4. Using the Wallform corner block, 45° corners fit together without thermal bridging.

building-a-curved-ICF-wall-with-Wallform5. Curved walls in any radius and in any thickness are possible with Wallform curved blocks.

installing-a-Wallform-lintel-wallblock6. The Wallform lintel or roller shutters are placed over window or door openings.


forming-an-arch-in-Wallform7. Arches are formed by cutting the opening shapes and inserting a metal sheet to act as a curved shutter.

installing-a-floor-edge-block8. The Wallform floor edge block eliminates thermal bridging and can accommodate practically any type of solid floor system.

the-Wallform-prop-frames9. With the Wallform prop and screw support system, the wall is held in the vertical position.


concreting-Wallform-with-the-nozzle10. Concreting with the Wallform nozzle and ready-mix concrete or dry concrete from a silo.

melting-chases-with-the-hire-wire-cutter11. Forming service chases in minutes is possible with the Wallform hot wire cutter.

screwing-in-an-iso-plug12. Using BTI Wallplugs, lightweight fixings plug into the insulation foam, heavyweight fixings plug into the concrete core.


Step by Step Process was last modified: January 19th, 2017 by Beco