Designed for #4 Rebar

1.5″ Rebar Chair

Enhance Stability with 1.5″ Rebar Chairs

The Hercules 1.5″ Rebar Chair #911 is perfect for floors, sidewalks, driveways and many other concrete applications that require 4″ to 5″ concrete slabs. Designed for #4 rebar, the #911 has 1.5″ clearance from the ground to the bottom bar. Simply snap the rebar into place. No wire tying is necessary. Designed for maximum concrete flow in and around the chair, the #911 is your solution to help you “get the job done right!”
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Chairs Required

Total Square Footage:


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Boxes Required (50 chairs per box):

1.5″ Rebar chair Placement & Usage

For our 1-1/2″ rebar chairs, we recommend placing a chair at every rebar crossing. Simply snap the bottom piece of the reinforcement into the bottom clip, then snap the top piece of reinforcement into the top clip, and you are finished. No wire tying needed. Our rebar chairs ensure the reinforcement stays in the right place before, during, and after the concrete pour.

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1.5″ Rebar Chair

Frequently Asked Questions.

Do our chairs get buried in the concrete or get taken out during the pour?
Can our chairs be used for any reinforcement spacing?
What is the overall height of the chair?
What reinforcement size is this chair designed for?
Is a chair required at every reinforcement crossing?
We recommend placing a chair at every crossing.
Can our chairs be used in vertical, concrete walls?
Does the bottom piece of reinforcement need to be slid in instead of snapped in?
No, both pieces of reinforcements can be snapped. in.