b-12 coil rod photo

B-12 Coil Rod

  • Manufactured from high strength cold rolled steel
  • Capable of servicing many applications and uses in the field –  can be used as form ties, combination ties with coil ties for concrete embedments, and for bridge hangers to bridge overhang bracket attachments
  • Available in 1/2″ to 1-1/2″ diameters
  • Available in 12′ length
  • Field cutting can be accomplished with bolt cutters or carborundum blades
b-11 flat washer photo

B-11 Flat Washer

  • For use with all types and sizes of bolts and coil rod
  • Made from flat steel plate and available in various sizes (see Specifications)
  • For best results the space spanned by the washer should not exceed bolt diameter, plus 1/4″
coil nut and heavy coil nut photo

B-13 Coil Nut and B-25 Heavy Coil Nut

Dayton Richmond B-13 Coil Nut

  • Available with coil threads in 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″, 1-1/4″ and 1-1/2″ diameters

Dayton Richmond B-25 Heavy Coil Nut

  • Available with coil threads in 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″ and 1-1/4″ diameters
rock anchor photo

B-31 Rock Anchor

  • Preassembled unit tapped with 1/2″, 3/4″ or 1″ diameter coil thread
  • NC thread is available on special order
  • Rock anchors used in sound rock or concrete allows one-sided forming of walls or similar applications to be completed quickly and economically


batter washer photo

B-42 and D-22 Batter Washer

  • Used when the wales are at an angle to the ties
  • Permits any angle from 90 degrees to 45 degrees
  • For use with B-39 Wing Nut
  • Nail holes provided for securing to wood form members
weld angle bracket

D-24 Weld Angle Bracket

  • Designed to tie one sided forming to steel piles, metal beams, weld plates, etc.
  • The pivot pin is furnished with coil thread
  • The D-24 allows the form tie a pivot range of 110˚ (55˚ each direction) and will exceed the tensile capacity of the form tie when properly installed by a certified welder
closed coupler photo

D-32 Closed Coupler

  • Available with coil threads for use with D-1 and D-18 Inside Tie Rods or B-12 Coil Rod
  • The coil threads have been tapped from each end of the coupler providing a positive stop at the center of the coupler
  • In order to develop the rated load, the inside tie rods or coil rods must be threaded into the coupler until they reach the stop