A: For a footing around the perimeter of a 30' x 40' pad, one box would be adequate. Recommended spacing is 4'-5' between stands.
A: Even thought these chairs are designed for #4 rebar (1/2") they will certainly support #3 rebar (3/8"). #4 will "snap" into the clips molded into the top of the chair and the #3 will "fall" into the molded clip but, will still adequately support the bar.
A: The #924 is designed for #4 and #5 Rebar.
A: Not that proper use for this product.
A: They are not meant for that. For a 4" thick slab these would be to tall and expensive. They are meant to be used to hold 1/2" rebar at the base of a 16" wide footer. Hope that helps!
A: Sure. You could wire tie the wire mat to these.
A: Not designed for wire mesh. Thank you for the question. Hercules Chair!
A: I wouldn't use it for wire mesh. They need to be bought depending on the size of the rebar your project will use. If the rebar is too big or smaller than the recommended size it slips out and or tips over. Best to use the old school method of brick.
A: Depending on the height you want your mesh. I used these for 6" x 16" footings and 1/2 rebar. They can be cut into individual saddles or pairs with sharp narrow blade on table saw. Weight of rebar held these firmly to ground. May not be stable under light weight of mesh. It does seem hard to buy anything similar. I bought these because they are available on other products were out of stock.
A: These are for the rebars laid within concrete. I don’t know that they would work very well for wire mesh. With that being said, we only used these plastic chairs instead of the metal ones because our county code called for these, if you can, I would just use the (much cheaper) metal chairs.
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