Steel Stakes

Steel Stakes are used to secure lumber or metal concrete forms in flatwork applications. Although primarily used for concrete forming, a steel stake can also be used as a general-purpose product. Other purposes include attaching screed bar brackets for flatwork finishing, securing landscape timbers, and surveying stakes.

Each stake is hot-rolled with a “pencil” point, allowing it to be easily driven or hammered into clay, rock, or compacted soil. The holes on the stakes are drilled in a spiral, meaning a nail hole will always line up with the form for quick nailing.

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