Footings and Walls, Nov 14

We are moving to finish our pilaster project – should be completed by the end of tomorrow.

Question of the day:

What function does a snap tie serve?

Any questions for me?

It’s an easy one!

J

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I am a teacher in the Construction Carpentry Program at the Chateauguay Valley Career Education Centre (CVCEC) for the New Frontiers School board. This blog is a way for me to connect with my students.
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6 Responses to Footings and Walls, Nov 14

  1. Reza says:

    We use the snap ties to provide the thickness of the wall. Plastic Cones are designed to act as internal form spreaders only, they are not intended to support loads and that part of the snap tie which is out of the wall holds the walers in a right order.

  2. Christofer White says:

    snap tie is a support like rebar and it also is a guideline for your fourm.

    You are participating in a race. You overtake the second person. What position are you in?

  3. Ali says:

    It keep up the thickness of the wall and holds the walears,nice and tight.

  4. Joey says:

    it surves as a stranghting mecanisime and your width of fondation

  5. Tommy says:

    They are a very easy way at making sure you have an uniform wall. They also serve as a fastening for the waillers.

  6. Olivier says:

    The function of a snap tie is to keep the form at the exact width required, it solidifies the form and the concrete and helps hold up your inside wall and its also what the braces hook on to to make your form plumb.

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