Steel stakes are mainly used to secure lumber or metal concrete forms in flatwork applications. Although primarilv used for concrete forming, a steel stake can also be used as a general-purpose product. Other purposes include attaching screed bar brackets for flatwork finishing. securing landscape timbers, and surveying stakes.
Each stake is hot-rolled with a "pencil" point. allowing it to be easily driven or hammered into clay, rock,on compacted soil.The holes on the stakes are drilledin a spiral, meaning a nail hole will always line up with the form for quick nailing.
Steel stakes are more durable than wooden stakes and do not splinter. Steel stakes are reusable and more cost-effective because there is no need to purchase a new set for each job.