Slab Bolster

Slab Bolster is used to support rebar and mesh at the proper elevation in concrete slabs. The legs are spaced 5” on-center and spot-welded to resist bending.

When a runner wire is spot-welded to the feet along the full length it becomes Slab Bolster Upper. This provides support on soft surfaces or upper rebar levels.

Standard heights from 3/4” to 4”, in 1/4” increments, with other fractional sizes available on request. Options include plastic-dipped or plastic-tipped feet, and/or an epoxy-coated or galvanized finish.

High Chairs

Individual High Chairs are used to span and straddle lower rebar, while “cradling” upper level rebar at the proper elevation. The legs are spot-welded to resist bending under rebar load.

Standard heights from 1” to 12”, in 1/2” increments, with other fractional sizes available on request. Options include plastic-dipped or plastic-tipped feet, and/or an epoxy-coated or galvanized finish.

Beam Bolster

Beam Bolster is used to support rebar at the proper elevation in beam form soffits. Legs are spaced 2-1/2” on-center and spot-welded to resist bending.

When a runner wire is spot-welded to the feet along the full length it becomes Beam Bolster Upper. This provides support on upper rebar levels.

Standard heights from 3/4” to 4”, in 1/4” increments, with other fractional sizes available on request. Options include plastic-dipped or plastic-tipped feet, and/or an epoxy-coated or galvanized finish.

Slab Bolster is used to support rebar and mesh at the proper elevation in concrete slabs
Individual High Chairs are used to span and straddle lower rebar, while “cradling” upper level rebar at the proper elevation
Beam Bolster is used to support rebar at the proper elevation in beam form soffits

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