On Grade Concrete Chairs

On Grade Concrete Chairs

Our On Grade Square Concrete Chairs range in size from 1 1/2” to 6 1/4” in height. Each plastic high chair has two cover heights; for example, 1 1/2” and 1 3/4” is a single chair; 2” and 2 1/4” is a single chair, on up to 6” and 6 1/4”. These plastic chairs have a wide, stable base designed to carry heavy loads in demanding on-grade applications. They also have large spacing between the legs for easy tying to rebar, maximum concrete flow and consolidation, and easy-to-read height markers.

Application: On grade
Cover Height: From 1 1/2″ to 6 1/4″
Features: Strong, stable, and easy to tie to rebar; light and easy to carry.

ON-GRADE1501 1/2" - 1 3/4"Box300247,200
ON-GRADE2002" - 2 1/4"Box400166,400
ON-GRADE2502 1/2" - 2 3/4"Box350165,600
ON-GRADE3003" - 3 1/4"Box288164608
ON-GRADE3503 1/2" - 3 3/4"Box250164,000
ON-GRADE4004" - 4 1/4"Box200163,200
ON-GRADE4504 1/2" - 4 3/4"Box125243,000
ON-GRADE5005" - 5 1/4"Box100242,400
ON-GRADE5505 1/2" - 5 3/4"Box225163,600
ON-GRADE6006" - 6 1/4"Box200163,200

100% made in the usa

Our Plastic On Grade Concrete Chairs use 100% recycled material

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