Construction building material 1.00/60 Steel fiber

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Tianjin
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1 m.t.
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5000 m.t./month

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  • Place of Origin: Tianjin, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: 1.00
  • Material: Steel

  • Production Process: Cold drawn

  • Lengh: 60

  • Type: 1

  • Compressive Strength: >1200MPa

  • Aspect ratio: 60

  • Standard: ASTM A820M-11

  • Section Shape: Circular

  • Application: Concrete Reinforcement

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:20 kg/Bag,50 bags/Pallet or 1,000kg/ Bulk Bag
Delivery Detail:1 Month

 

 

Product Description

Diameter1.00 mm0.04 in
Length60.00 mm2.35 in
Aspect Ratio60
Tensile strength1200 MPa
TypeCold drawn Steel Fiber
EndHooked-end Steel Fiber
Glued/Loose   Glued    Steel Fiber
Bending Angle45°(min.30°)
Usage & PerformanceFloor:Trafficked areas and Industrial floors 
Shotcrete :Slope stabilization and Final lining
Precast concrete:Pipe and Railway sleepers
PackingStandard Export Pallet PackingBag Packing20 kg/Bag,50 bags/Pallet
Bulk Packing1,000kg/ Bulk Bag
Loading Quantity20’GP20-25 Tonne/Tonnes
40’GP25-27 Tonne/Tonnes 
40’HQ25-27 Tonne/Tonnes
MOQ1 kg for trial order
Supply Ability10,000 Tonne/Tonnes per Year
Payment TermsT/T or L/C at sight
Delivery TimeWithin 15 days after receiving deposit or original L/C at sight
CertificationISO9001:2000, CE,


ProductDiameterLength
mm/in
Aspect RatioTypePacking
G-60300.5 mm
 (0.0197 in)
30 mm
(1.1811 in)
60Glued20 kg/Bag, or 1,000kg/ Bulk Bag
G-65350.55 mm
(0.0217 in)
35 mm
(1.3780 in)
65Glued20 kg/Bag, or 1,000kg/ Bulk Bag
G-60350.6 mm
(0.0236 in)
35 mm
(1.3780 in)
60Glued20 kg/Bag, or 1,000kg/ Bulk Bag
G-80600.75 mm
(0.0295 in)
60 mm
(2.3622 in)
80Glued20 kg/Bag, 50 bags/Pallet
G-60600.9 mm
(0.0354 in)
60 mm
(2.3622 in)
60Glued20 kg/Bag, 50 bags/Pallet
G-60300.5 mm
 (0.0197 in)
30 mm
(1.1811 in)
60Loose20 kg/Bag, or 1,000kg/ Bulk Bag
G-65350.55 mm
(0.0217 in)
35 mm
(1.3780 in)
65Loose20 kg/Bag, or 1,000kg/ Bulk Bag
G-60350.6 mm
(0.0236 in)
35 mm
(1.3780 in)
60Loose20 kg/Bag, or 1,000kg/ Bulk Bag
G-80600.75 mm
(0.0295 in)
60 mm
(2.3622 in)
80Loose20 kg/Bag, 50 bags/Pallet
G-60600.9 mm
(0.0354 in)
60 mm
(2.3622 in)
60Loose20 kg/Bag, 50 bags/Pallet

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