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Plate 19 shows a drawing of a concrete garden bench. Plate 20 shows the details of the form concrete construction. The top of the bench is cast on a base of sufficient size to hold the frame, which is 18 inch by 54 inch inside and 3 inch high. This is held by two cross braces temporarily nailed as shown. The top is reinforced, as indicated in Plate 19, by /4 inch iron rods, laid 3/4 inch from the under concrete surface of the seat. The end supports for the seat may he cast by either. Method No. 1 or Method No. 2, Plate 20. A little study of these drawings will show the method of concrete construction. The ends should be dowelled into the top by means of 3% inch iron rods, as shown on both Plates 19 and 20. The concrete mixture should be composed of 1 part cement, 2 parts sand and 2 parts of crushed stone or gravel, averaging in size from 3% to 3% inch. If however, no coarse aggregate is used, a 1 to 3 part concrete mixture of cement and coarse sand should be used. After placing about 3% inch of concrete in the mold, lay the reinforcing carefully as shown, continue filling the form, taking care to work the concrete mixture into all corners carefully. This top concrete surface will be the top of the finished seat, therefore it will pay to use care in finishing it to as smooth a concrete surface as possible. An concrete tool is run around the inside of the form to give a rounded edge to the top of the slab. The sides of the form may be removed in about 48 hours but the form under the slab should not be removed for at least 7 days. Original designs may be worked out in garden seat concrete construction. Plate 21 shows the concrete construction of concrete troughs suitable for feeding hogs. There are various methods of casting concrete troughs and also various types of concrete troughs. The drawing shown is a trough with a V shaped interior and the form is made similar to that of fence posts with the exception of the additional V shaped core in the middle. The drawing is self-explanatory and the reinforcing is placed as shown in the sectional sketch. Another method of casting the same style trough is shown together with a round bottomed trough with a smoothed up tree trunk core. On Plate 22 is shown still another method of obtaining a rounded interior, in this case the core being made up of clay shaped by means of a template, as shown. Style C, Plate 22, shows a fiat bottom type trough with its box core. All reinforcing should consist of /4 inch iron rods and fine mesh poultry wire. The concrete forms should be thoroughly greased. The concrete mixture for the concrete should be 1 part cement, 2 parts sand and 4 parts gravel.

Tamp it lightly into place and smooth the exposed concrete surface. Let it stand until it is dry. Remove the inner concrete forms and paint the inside with a cement grout mixed as thick as cream. Do not use the trough for at least 10 days. Plate 23 gives the drawing for a small watering trough. The trough proper is cast in the same way that the hog trough on Plate 22, Style C, is done. This is cast separate from the ends. The reinforcing is the same as for the hog trough with the proportions of 1 part cement, 2 parts sand and 4 parts gravel. The sketch shows very clearly the method of building up the end concrete forms. These should be reinforced with j/2 inch rods and poultry wire.

If these concrete forms are thoroughly greased the draft of the form will allow its being raised clear of the mould by the handles. The concrete forms may be removed in 24 hours and the concrete rubbed down with a brick dipped in cement grout or with a carbide stone. Concrete foundations for the two ends to set upon should be cast in the ground the proper distance apart and of the size shown on the drawing. Protect the newly cast trough for at least 2 weeks before using, wetting down daily.

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