concrete insert

concrete insert

concrete insert
A plastic, wood fiber, or metal (often lead) plug, either built in a wall or ceiling or inserted by drilling; used as an anchor or support to hold attached loads.
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Once found they will use a concrete insert named a 'Bagit' and place an insert straight through the deck.
The statue consists of two bronze wings in an iron frame on three concrete inserts that appear to be floating in the open air until one person climbs the stairs.