Reinforcing Bars

A rebar (short for reinforcing bar) is a common steel bar that is commonly used as a tensioning device in reinforced concrete and reinforced masonry structures, to strengthen and hold the concrete in compression. It is usually in the form of carbon steel bars or wires, and the surfaces may be deformed for a better bond with the concrete. It is also known as reinforcing steel and reinforcement steel.

Standard & Grade:

Commodity Name Main Size Standard Main Steel Grade
Hot Rolled Ribbed Steel Bars for the Reinforcement
of Concrete in Straight
Φ10—Φ40 GB 1499.2—2007 HRB335(E),
HRB400(E),
HRB500(E)
Hot Rolled Ribbed Steel Bars for the Reinforcement
of Concrete in Coils
Φ6—Φ14
Carbon Steel Bars for the Reinforcement of Concrete
in Straight
Φ10—Φ40 BS 4449:1997/BS 4449:2005 460B,B500B
Carbon Steel Bars for the Reinforcement of
Concrete in Coils
Φ6—Φ14
Hot Rolled Round Steel Bars for the Reinforcement
of Concrete in Straight
Φ10—Φ20 GB 1499.1—2008 HPB235,Q235,HPB300
Carbon Structural Steel Φ22—Φ32 GB/T 700—2006 Q195,Q215,Q235
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