These are typically used by general contractors in bridge decks and other concrete forming applications. They come in longer sizes such as 24” or 48”, and depending on length, will be reinforced with rebar. Form supports are also stocked in 5”, 5 ½”, 6”, and many other heights.
All Spreaders are 3″ x 3″ dimensions, in lengths from 5 1/2″ to 48″.
Standard Lengths listed below.
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.
Standard 4000 PSI (Additional strength available at added cost).
Custom, non-standard lengths available upon request.
D.O.T. Approved (In most states).
Meets all requirements and qualifies as a CRSI Class 1 Bar Support.
|Order Code||Dimensions||Quantity / Pallet||Weight (lbs/pallet)|
|CFS0600||3" x 3" x 6"||744||3300|
|CFS0650||3" x 3" x 6 1/2"||696||3500|
|CSP0700||3" x 3" x 7"||608||3200|
|CSP0750||3" x 3" x 7 1/2"||588||3300|
|CSP0800||3" x 3" x 8"||480||2900|
|CSP0900||3" x 3" x 9"||480||3200|
|CSP1000||3" x 3" x 10"||480||3600|
|CSP1200||3" x 3" x 12"||372||3600|
|CSP4800||3" x 3" x 48"||112||4000|
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