Grade 75 Rebars

When the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) first adopted their Standard for Billet-Steel Reinforcement Bars in 1911, there were three grades of deformed

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Hot Rolled Deformed Bars

Hot rolled steel The process involves heating steel to above the recrystallization temperature and deformed between rollers. Hot rolling makes shaping and forming much easier,

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Grade 40 Rebars

Rebar with a grade 40 designation offers a minimum yield strength of 300 Mpa, Tensile Strength of 400 Mpa and Elongation of 16%. This makes

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Impressive Concrete Structures

Often associated with the practical—and not the beautiful—concrete can yield surprisingly diverse architectural results. National Museum of Brazil Villa Saitan Jubilee Church Santiago Calatrava’s auditorium

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Elongation & Ductility

Elongation Elongation is a measure of ductility, which provides confidence that metals can be deformed, without cracking or fracturing. In rebar, it defines ductility so

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Grade 60 Rebars

Rebar with a grade 60 designation offers a minimum yield strength of 420 Mpa, Tensile Strength of 620 Mpa and Elongation of 14%. This makes

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Grades of Rebars

Rebar is graded to show the amount of tensile strength it has in terms of pounds per square inch. Grade 33 starts out the low

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Hot rolled steel

The surface of the steel reinforcement bars is patterned to have a proper bond with the surrounding concrete material. The two main factors that provide

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