Rebar Rebar

Rebar, short for reinforcing bar, is hot rolled steel bar typically used to strengthen concrete or masonry structures. While concrete is strong enough to withstand compressive forces, stress from tension can cause cracks. Because of its characteristic grooved pattern, rebar adheres better to concrete, forming a bond that absorbs tension to increase its strength. Concrete projects including slabs, walls, columns and joists should be placed rebar prior to pouring, ensure the right amount of concrete is used. Following detailed drawings is the most effective way to avoid structural failures. Texas Iron & Metal supplies a variety of rebar sizes, grades and finishes that can be fabricated to your specifications. Depending on the yield strength and spacing, you can determine the rebar size your project needs to increase the tensile strength of concrete. Texas Iron and Metal is available to help select the type of rebar your project needs. Our knowledgeable and experienced sales associates are always ready to help. Give us a call at 713.672.7595 today or stop by our stock yard.
No. Size Wgt. Per Ft. Wgt. Per 20′
3 3/8 0.376 7.52
4 1/2 0.668 13.36
5 5/8 1.043 20.86
6 3/4 1.502 30.04
7 7/8 2.044 40.88
8 1 2.670 53.40

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