Stackable wall spacer for supporting reinforcement in concrete constructions

(10) WO 2017/007415 Al

(22) 06.07.2016

(43) 12.01.2017

(57) Stackable wall spacer adapted for automated distribution using a feeder device and adapted to support a reinforce­ment grid, where the wall spacer comprises a plurality of leg sections each having a lower foot adapted to be placed on a mold surface for the concrete, where a plurality of wall spacers can be stacked in each other with the feet of one wall spacer extending into corresponding voids of a subsequent wall spacer, where the side wall of a leg section is parallel with the side wall of a leg section of a subsequent wall spacer....

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