Stone's long-time reputation for quality in the concrete casting industry is widely
known. Owner Keith Rohn's impeccable eye for detail and strict quality control standards
are reflected in every casting. Mr. Rohn uses VytaFlex® mold rubbers because
his castings come out of the molds with a smooth surface finish that he can't get from
other mold rubbers that he has tried.
Benchmark's recent job for Penn State University involved making a custom concrete bench.
Mr. Rohn once again turned to VytaFlex for the mold rubber.
Original model is sealed with SuperSeal® sealing agent and Universal® Mold Release is applied to all surfaces that will come in contact with the mold rubber.
VytaFlex® 60 is measured, mixed and poured over model and allowed to cure overnight.
VytaFlex® 60 mold rubber cures to a durable rubber that will provide years of service.
Concrete is mixed and poured into rubber mold and allowed to cure for 24 hours. Once cured it is slowly demolded.
Concrete bench is ready to be polished and painted.
Next, the original bench base is sealed with SuperSeal® sealing agent and Universal® Mold Release is applied to all surfaces.
A 2-part VytaFlex® 60 mold is made from the base model. Concrete is then mixed and poured into mold and allowed to cure for 24 hours.
Final product is assembled and ready to be shipped.