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14 inch x 4-3/4 inch snap ties for concrete forms

14" x 4 ¾" Standard Snap Ties For Concrete Forms (Short End) - 1" Plastic Cones

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Get Strong and Durable 14" Concrete Walls

With over 300,000 snap ties sold, Sandbaggy is trusted by concrete contractors across the USA. Sandbaggy concrete snap ties for 14" walls are ideal for a variety of concrete forming projects. Featuring a 2,250 lbs. working load with a 2-to-1 safety factor, these short end snap ties suit a variety of forming systems, providing maximum dependability and stability.

Safe and easy to use, our 14" snap ties feature 1" plastic cones, making them resistant to rust stains and providing a nominal 1" break-back.  An excellent option for both experienced contractors, construction, and DIYers. They provide a durable and cost-effective solution, are simple to use, and compatible with our Snap Tie WedgesJahn A Brackets, and Jahn C Brackets. Order our construction grade snap ties as low as $1.13 each!

More snap tie sizes available! Sandbaggy carries a variety of concrete forming supplies.


  • Material
    • tie: steel
    • cone: plastic
  • Thickness: 5.7 mm
  • Gauge: 4
  • Size: 14" Wall x 4 ¾" End (Short End)
  • Cone Diameter: 1"
  • Weight: 0.30 lbs
  • Head construction: Integral
  • Working Load: 2,250 lbs.
  • Safety Factor: 2:1
  • Break-back: nominal 1"


  • Over 300,000 Snap Ties Sold! Trusted by concrete contractors across the USA, over 300,000 Sandbaggy Snap Ties have been used across America.
  • Strong & Durable Integral Heads: boast greater strength and longevity than welded heads, making these construction grade snap ties an optimal choice for any heavy-duty project.
  • Construction Grade! Made from thick 4 gauge steel, strong and durable enough to withstand the rigors of construction projects. 
  • Easy To Remove 1" Plastic Cone Heads: The plastic cone heads make for effortless extraction without causing any harm to the concrete surface. Additionally, they don't leave any unsightly rust marks when removed.
  • Safe and Reliable: Capable of withstanding a working load of 2,250 lbs and boasting a 2:1 safety factor, these snap ties are ideal for heavy concrete pours.
  • Short End Snap Ties For 14 inch Walls
  • Compatible With Sandbaggy Concrete Accessories: Our 14" x 4-3/4" Standard Snap Ties are compatible with Snap Tie Wedges, Jahn A Brackets, and Jahn C Brackets. This versatility allows for a customized solution for your concrete forming requirements.


What is a snap tie in construction?

Snap ties are an essential component in formwork for concrete, connecting two distinct surfaces. Made of either plastic or steel, these ties feature a cone-shaped head at one end and a threaded rod on the other. The Jahn A bracket then holds the snap tie in place and also supports the wale or stud.

How do snap ties work?

Snap ties are installed by threading them through form holes, then secured by tightening with a snap tie wedge. This spreads the plastic cones out, locking the forms in place. Once concrete cures, the wedges are removed and cones broken off, freeing the ties from the concrete.

How strong is a snap tie?

Most snap ties have a minimum working load of 2,000 lbs, capable of withstanding the pressure of up to 2,000 lbs of concrete.

How do you seal snap ties?

Snap ties can be sealed with silicone caulk, hydraulic cement, or similar materials for better protection against water seepage into concrete.

How much pressure can a snap tie hold?

Snap ties can withstand 2,000 lbs of concrete pressure, depending on size and material.

What is the difference between short end and long end snap ties?

Short end snap ties have shorter threads on the end of the ties, while long end snap ties have longer threads. The length required at the end of the snap ties will depend on your forming system type.

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