Internet #300649621

Model # EZTUBE5

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5-Section Stackable Concrete Pier Footing

  • Precast concrete is an ideal replacement for batch mixing or RMC
  • Lighter top sections allow secure and safe stacking
  • Sustains a load up to 135,000 lbs.
$ 124 82
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Product Overview

  • Precast concrete is an ideal replacement for batch mixing or RMC
  • Lighter top sections allow secure and safe stacking
  • Sustains a load up to 135,000 lbs.
EZ Tube is a patented precast concrete footing system, consisting of a base section, 1 or more upper sections and a threaded rod anchor to secure it into a single, solid pier-type footing. EZ Tube 5 includes 1 each. 100 lbs. base section, 4 each. 60 lbs. upper sections, and 1 each. 5 ft. anchor rod. Ideal for use in areas where hole depth for footing is 4 ft.
  • Lightweight upper sections weigh 60 lbs., 30% lighter than the top selling bag of concrete and no mixing
  • Solid base section easily rolls into place and drops into hole once anchor is inserted
  • Strong engineering performed by the UNH engineering department shows an average load strength of 135,000 lbs.
  • Fast EZ Tube installs and is ready to build on in minutes
  • Easy no mixing, no mess, no clean-up

Product Overview

  • Precast concrete is an ideal replacement for batch mixing or RMC
  • Lighter top sections allow secure and safe stacking
  • Sustains a load up to 135,000 lbs.
Model #: EZTUBE5
Internet #: 300649621

EZ Tube is a patented precast concrete footing system, consisting of a base section, 1 or more upper sections and a threaded rod anchor to secure it into a single, solid pier-type footing. EZ Tube 5 includes 1 each. 100 lbs. base section, 4 each. 60 lbs. upper sections, and 1 each. 5 ft. anchor rod. Ideal for use in areas where hole depth for footing is 4 ft.

  • Lightweight upper sections weigh 60 lbs., 30% lighter than the top selling bag of concrete and no mixing
  • Solid base section easily rolls into place and drops into hole once anchor is inserted
  • Strong engineering performed by the UNH engineering department shows an average load strength of 135,000 lbs.
  • Fast EZ Tube installs and is ready to build on in minutes
  • Easy no mixing, no mess, no clean-up

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
22 in
Product Height (in.)
52 in
Product Length (in.)
22 in

Details

Concrete Form Type
Concrete Footing Form
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
n/a

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
22 in
Product Height (in.)
52 in
Product Length (in.)
22 in

Details

Concrete Form Type
Concrete Footing Form
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
n/a

Questions & Answers

What is the height of each section? Can you stack enough sections together to make an eight (8) ...

What is the height of each section? Can you stack enough sections together to make an eight (8) foot pier?
Asked by: CJ
Here is the spec sheet https://www.ez-crete.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/EZ-Tube-Spec-Sheet-Engineering.pdf
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2019-04-19

Diameter?

Do they come as a set? And do they come in 18" diameter?
Asked by: Travis
what is the diameter of the peir
Answered by: Paul
Date published: 2019-03-02

How do I attached a top plate to support the wooden post if there is a rod going through the midd...

How do I attached a top plate to support the wooden post if there is a rod going through the middle? Can I cut the rod so that I can epoxy the threaded rod of the into the hole plate to support the post?
Asked by: mike
I used this product: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Simpson-Strong-Tie-ZMAX-4-in-x-4-in-Galvanized-Adjustable-Post-Base-ABW44Z/203522843 The rod comes up into this plate where you put the nut on and then cut the rod off at the top of the nut. Then the inner piece of the connector covers the rod and nut and provides the base for your 4x4 post.
Answered by: ml
Date published: 2019-06-11

How far apart should these be spaced? How many would I need for a 36x48 structure?

How far apart should these be spaced? How many would I need for a 36x48 structure?
Asked by: Sarah
Hi Sarah, thanks for your interest in EZ-TUBE. The answer to your question depends on a variety of factors. Take a look at the following article. It provides a way to calculate your load and the number of required footings to support the structure. http://www.ez-crete.com/2018/03/08/how-many-ez-tube-footings-do-i-need-for-my-deck/ Good luck with your project.
Answered by: The EZ-CRETE Team
Date published: 2019-01-22
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