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50+ years

Concrete Dobies

Our plain dobies range in size from 2 x 2 x 3/4” up to 5” and 6” in dobies. The term “dobies” has become the trade name for concrete rebar supports over these last fifty years. They come with, or without tie wire inserted in the concrete brick. We manufacture these in regular strength, 4000 psi mix design, or higher strength for specific jobs.

Application: On grade
Cover Height: From 3/4″ to 6″
Features: Particularly suited for on-grade reinforcement.

Application: On grade, metal decks, side-form spacers, pools. 
Cover Height: From 3/4″ to 4″
Features: Furnished with two 16 gauge wires for secure attachment.

Application: On grade
Cover Height: Multiple cover heights.
Features: Designed with multiple heights within a single unit.

Application: On grade
Cover Height: From 3″ to 5″
Features: Uniquely supports two mats of reinforcement when used with 90 degree bend rebar dowel. Dowel hole made to accept #4 rebar. Depth of hole is 1/2″ from bottom. Ideally suited for heavy rebar mats on-grade.

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.

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.

Application: Thick slabs, double rebar mats, heavy loads.
Cover Height: From 3″ to 14″
Features: Bridge decks, parking structures, foundations, and (with a sand plate) on-grade applications.

Application: Foundations, bridge decks, parking structures, caissons, precast
Cover Height: 3″ (1 1/2” – 4” coming soon!)
Features: Strong, easy to use, secure connection, multiple bar sizes.

25+ years

Plastic Spacers

We’ve been designing and innovating plastic concrete accessories since the early 1990s. We have a complete product line of plastic chairs, locking wheels, bar supports, and slab bolsters.

50+ years

Concrete Accessories

Our concrete accessory products include our form spreader, slab bolster, and sand plate for plastic spacers. All our products are manufactured locally in southern California and we keep large inventory stock so we can provide you on-demand service. Place an order today for dependabale, high-strength, and high-quality rebar reinforcement .

Application: Foundations, bridge decks, parking structures, tilt-up walls.
Cover Height: From 3/4″ to 3″
Features: Strong, excellent connection for part assembly, form-guard tip design.

Application: On grade; works with all sizes of high chairs and tilt chairs.
Cover Height: All sizes.
Features: On-grade use of our high chairs and tilt chairs.

Application: Side-Form Spacer & Form Spreader
Cover Height: From 5 1/2″ to 48″
Features: Made to order to meet most forming widths up to 48″. Designed to use in forming abutments, walls.

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Dos and Don’ts of Tying Rebar

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