Concrete staple from metal rod by hot forging for wooden houses

Three concrete staple from metal rod on white backgroundConcrete staple, sometimes called construction bracket, is used for building strong bonds of large wood surfaces. Looks like a bent metal rod. Widely used in the construction of houses made of logs or timbers. It includes a back and two legs. The ends of the legs are rectangular cones. Concrete staples are made by hot forging.

Application:
Concrete staple is used for strengthening the rims and roof system in the construction of wooden houses.

Concrete staple specification:
Width from 6mm to 10mm, and length from 150mm to 400mm.

Items Size (mm) Length (mm) Diameter (mm)
CS615 6 × 150 150 6
CS620 6 × 200 200 6
CS625 6 × 250 250 6
CS820 8 × 200 200 8
CS822 8 × 220 220 8
CS825 8 × 250 250 8
CS826 8 × 260 260 8
CS827 8 × 270 270 8
CS830 8 × 300 300 8
CS835 8 × 350 350 8
CS1020 10 × 200 200 10
CS1025 10 × 250 250 10
CS1027 10 × 270 270 10
CS1030 10 × 300 300 10
CS1035 10 × 350 350 10
CS1040 10 × 400 400 10
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