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2" Metal Rebar Support Chairs - Plastic Dipped Legs - Rebar #3 to #5
2" Metal Rebar Support Chairs - Plastic Dipped Legs - Rebar #3 to #5

2" Metal Rebar Support Chairs - Plastic Dipped Legs - Rebar #3 to #5

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Support & Reinforce Your Rebar or Wire Mesh

Keep rebar and wire mesh in place during concrete placement, with our  Metal Rebar Support Chairs (also known as rebar stands). Elevates rebar 2 inches off the ground, ideal for Flat Slabs, Tilt Wall Panels, Elevated Slabs, and Precast Panels projects, ensuring appropriate concrete coverage.

Crafted with plastic-dipped legs, these 2" rebar chairs are designed to prevent rust from staining your floors and offer a sturdy foundation. Constructed to withstand heavy loads without bending and a wide leg span that allows easy straddling of lower rebar, these chairs are ideal for use on a variety of forming surfaces. Order these rebar chairs wholesale as low as $0.27 each.

Please note* - orders of 10,000 or above have 60 day lead time


  • Height: 2-1/4 inch
  • Length: 3-3/4 inch
  • Width: 2-3/4 inch
  • Rebar Elevation: 2 inch
  • Color: Black
  • Material: Steel
  • Gauge: 6
  • Legs: Plastic Dipped
  • Number of Rebars Held: 1
  • Rebar Size: #3, #4, #5
  • Weight (lbs.): 1.7 oz. (0.11 lbs)


  • Rust Protection: Our steel rebar chair's plastic-dipped legs effectively prevent rust from leaving stains on floors and decks.
  • Multi-Positioning Support: Formed cradle securely positions reinforcing bar directly or using a carrier bar for optimal concrete placement.
  • Provides a 2 inch Elevation for reinforcing bars or wire mesh, ensuring proper placement during concrete pouring.
  • Heavy-Duty Construction: Made from high-quality 6 gauge steel, these rebar high chairs are specifically engineered to withstand heavy construction loads without bending.
  • Wide Leg Span: Effortlessly straddles lower rebar for optimal placement, ensuring appropriate spacing between rebar layers in multi-layer setups.
  • Use On Multiple Forming Surfaces: Foot design has been carefully crafted to provide stability on various forming surfaces, making it a versatile option for a wide range of applications, including flat slabs, tilt-up walls, elevated slabs, and precast panels.


Plastic vs Metal Rebar Chairs

Metal Rebar Chairs are stronger, while plastic rebar chairs are easier to install, more economical, and are corrosion resistant. Choosing between them will depend on project requirements.

Are rebar chairs necessary?

Rebar chairs keep rebar in place during construction, as well as provide more stability and proper concrete flow when concrete is poured in (commonly used in concrete slabs and footings). Rebar chairs enhance the support and stability of the concrete structure. 

Do you leave rebar chairs in concrete?

Yes, Rebar Chairs are left inside the concrete to help support the rebar.

What is a rebar chair for?

Rebar chairs are rebar support products used to secure and hold rebar (reinforcing steel bars) in place as concrete is being poured. They come in many shapes and sizes. They are commonly used in:

  • Foundations: slabs, footings, and walls
  • Bridges: bridge decks and piers
  • Buildings: columns, beams, and walls
  • Retaining walls
  • Roads and highways

Rebar Spacing - How many rebars chairs do I need?

The amount of rebar chairs needed will depend on the project. As a best practice, place them about 2 to 3 feet apart along the length of the rebar.

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