Our space wheels, ranging in size from ¾” cover to 3” cover, are designed for ease of installation and a secure connection to reinforcing steel or mesh. Our unique design allows for use of our space wheels on typical rebar sizes as well as #2 mesh setting us apart from the competition. Simply push our space wheel onto the reinforcing steel for a secure compression fit and in the case of #2 or #3 mesh or bar, lock the tabs in pace for a secure connection.
Application: Foundations, bridge decks, parking structures, caissons, precast
Cover Height: 3/4″ – 3″
Features: Strong, easy to use, secure connection, multiple bar sizes.
|SW075/4||3/4" FOR #2 MESH TO #4 BAR||BOX||1150||24||27,600|
|SW100/6||1" FOR #2 MESH TO #6 BAR||BOX||500||24||12,000|
|SW125/6||1 1/4" FOR #2 MESH TO #6 BAR||BOX||375||24||9,000|
|SW150/6||1 1/2" FOR #2 MESH TO #6 BAR||BOX||300||16||4,800|
|SW200/6||2" FOR #2 MESH TO #6 BAR||BOX||350||16||5,600|
|SW250/6||2 1/2" FOR #2 MESH TO #6 BAR||BOX||175||16||2,800|
|SW300/6||3" FOR #2 MESH TO #6 BAR||BOX||200||16||3,200|
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Our Plastic Locking Wheel uses 100% recycled material
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