Concrete Forms & Accessories Wing Nut

Concrete Formwork Wing Nut is a type of fastener that is used in the construction industry to secure formwork when pouring concrete. Formwork is the temporary structure that is used to support the weight of the wet concrete until it sets and hardens. The wing nut is an essential component of formwork systems as it is used to connect the formwork to the tie rods, which are used to keep the formwork in place.

Product Description

The wing nut is named after its distinctive shape, which features two “wings” on either side of the nut. These wings can be easily turned by hand, making it easy to tighten or loosen the nut without the need for special tools. This is particularly useful in construction sites where there may be limited access to power tools or other equipment.

Concrete formwork wing nuts are typically made of steel or other high-strength materials to withstand the pressure of the concrete as it is poured. They are available in a range of sizes to fit different types of formwork systems and can be reused multiple times, making them a cost-effective solution for construction projects.

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