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Concrete Formwork Tie Rod

A concrete form tie rod is a long steel rod used to hold together the forms used to create concrete structures, such as walls or pillars. These tie rods are usually made of high-strength steel and come in various lengths and diameters, depending on the size and complexity of the concrete form being constructed.

Product Description

A concrete form tie rod is a long steel rod used to hold together the forms used to create concrete structures, such as walls or pillars. These tie rods are usually made of high-strength steel and come in various lengths and diameters, depending on the size and complexity of the concrete form being constructed.

The tie rod is inserted through the formwork and protrudes from both sides of the form. The ends of the tie rod are then secured with nuts, washers, and other hardware to keep the formwork in place while the concrete is poured and allowed to set.

Concrete form tie rods are an essential component of any concrete construction project, as they ensure that the formwork stays in place and that the concrete takes on the desired shape and structure. They are often used in combination with other formwork accessories, such as form ties, form anchors, and form release agents, to create strong and durable concrete structures.

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