These beams span between the columns and are placed at regular intervals (generally 7-8m bays) along the length of a stand. Seating units are then placed between the raker beams, to provide the seating area, on typical stadium designs. They are generally long span beams (depending on the size and scale of the stadium) and have been cast up to 20 m. These beams come from individually fabricated moulds and have a fair face finish. They are cast with dowel tubes to connect with the seating units, which span onto them.
Raker beams are cast in concast's adaptable moulds, and vary in size and shape, depending on the requirements of an individual job and the requests of the client.