Reinforcing Deformed Steel Bars ASTM STANDARD

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Reinforcing rebar

We supplies a comprehensive range of standard N grade, 500 MPa deformed reinforcing bar (D500N). Length is available as your request as the reinforcing bar is often supplied processed or fabricated to suit the specific requirements of the project.

 

 

Ref No.

Std Unit

Bar size  mm

Length mm

Calculated metre per tonne(approx.)

N10

pcs

10

6000

1582

N12

pcs

12

6000

1099

N16

pcs

16

6000

617

N20

pcs

20

6000

395

N24

pcs

24

6000

275

N28

pcs

28

      6000

202

N32

pcs

 32

6000

155

N36

pcs

36

6000

122


 

Products name: Deformed steel bars

1 Size: From 6mm to 40mm
2 Length: 6meter, 9meter and 12meter

 

Package:
1: Bundle by steel strip
2: In bulk
3: Anti-water plastic woven
4: As your requirement

 

Conditions:
1: Trade terms: EXW, FOB, CIF, C&F
2: Delivery time: 20days after receiving your deposits
3: Payment term: 30% by TT in advance
4: Load port: Tianjin Xingang Port

 

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