|Product Depth (in.)||8 in||Product Height (in.)||48 in|
|Product Length (in.)||8 in|
|Concrete Form Type||Concrete Form Tube|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 YR|
A: Yes Paul. Form Tubes can be cut using a box knife, hand saw or something similar. These are compressed paper.
A: Kelly. Use a 10" auger. It's best to have a little space around the Form Tube.
A: Jade. Yes. There a some ways to cut the Concrete Tube. A box knife, hand saw used for wood are a couple ways.
A: Murf, to pour a Concrete Form Tube that is 8" inch diameter x 48" inch in depth will take approximately 3/80lbs. bags of concrete mix.
A: The PI x radius squared x height = volume is a good answer. But you don't need to line the entire hole with the tube. When the liquid concrete reaches the grade, you top it with a piece of tube cut to the right length above grade and fill inside the tube.
A: pi x r squared x height= cubic volume. It depend on how wide the tub is & how much you fill it. Please remember to compensate foe what ever you add to the tube 1st. ei sand or filler rock, etc…