Steel fixing is the installation and tying together of steel bars and mesh in order to strengthen concrete used in structures. The steel fixing process is frequently used in construction projects large and small. Steel fixing contractors are responsible for tasks like cutting and bending bars or mesh and installing pre-cast slabs and beams.
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Reinforcing bars, or more commonly known as rebar, increases the tensile strength of concrete. Rebar has various lengths and diameters available in the market. In fact, there are six types of rebar and each having unique strengths and weaknesses.
Here are the six types of rebar:
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