Our tilt chairs range in size from 3/4” to 6” in height. From ¾” to 3” in height, each chair has a single cover height; above 3” there are two cover heights per chair, saving you time and space. These chairs have a wide, stable base with a footprint that is designed to work well in architectural applications, yet able to carry necessary loads and protect wood forms. They also have large spacing between the legs for easy tying to rebar, maximum concrete flow and consolidation, and large easy-to-read height markers.
Application: Tilt-up buildings, precast, anywhere architectural footprint is needed.
Cover Height: From 3/4″ to 6″
Features: Architectural footprint, light weight and easy to use.
|TILT-CHAIR325/350||3 1/4" - 3 1/2"||BOX||200||16||3,200|
|TILT-CHAIR375/400||3 3/4" - 4"||BOX||200||16||3,200|
|TILT-CHAIR425/450||4 1/4" - 4 1/2"||BOX||150||16||2,400|
|TILT-CHAIR475/500||4 3/4" - 5"||BOX||150||16||2,400|
|TILT-CHAIR525/550||5 1/4" - 5 1/2"||BOX||120||16||1,920|
|TILT-CHAIR575/600||5 3/4" - 6"||BOX||100||16||1,600|
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Our Plastic Tilt Chairs use 100% recycled material
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As we deal with tough and unsure times, developments and improvements keep the concrete market moving forward. These have certainly been a few of the strangest and most difficult days modern Americans have ever faced. While some concrete contractors have had the fortune to keep working despite the pandemic quarantine, others have seen tasks halted. Whether you’re working consistently or trying to find out how to jump-start your business upon a return to normalcy, now might be an exceptional time to learn more about the current technologies, innovations, developments, and skilled ideas that are driving the industry forward. New Technologies: Robotics, Big Data, and More From robotic demolition that allows big work in tight spaces to state-of-the-art atomized dust suppression machines, brand-new technological innovations increase
At a glance, the process of tying rebar may look easy. However, the reality is that is it quite a lengthy and complicated process. While it isn’t exactly rocket science, there are still a lot of things one needs to take into consideration when tying rebar. Do it improperly, and you risk endangering the entire integrity of a structure. In this short guide, we highlight the dos and don’ts of tying rebar. The Dos Do Your Homework Do your homework on what sizes, configuration, and placement of rebar will be required, as well as what type of chairs would be best for the job. Both concrete and plastic chairs have their pros and cons, and it will depend on your situation and budget in deciding
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