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construction hot rolled coiled reinforced bar

 

1) Mechanical property:

Steel

Rel/

MPa

Rm/

MPa

A/

%

Agt/

%

HRB500

500

630

15

7.5

2) Chemical composition :

 

Steel

C

Si

Mn

P

S

Ceq

HRB500

0.25

0.80

1.60

0.045

0.045

0.55

3)Application :

 

Construction industry with all types of reinforced concrete structures and so on. 

 

 4)Specifications :

 

Type

Deformed steel bar 

Standard

Grade

a. GB1499.2-2007, HRB335, HRB400, etc.

b. ASTM A615 Gr.40, Gr.60, etc.

c. BS4449/1997, etc.

Diameter

6mm-40mm or customer require

Length

customer inquiry

Packing

standard export packing, or as per customers' requirement

Quality

First quality

Delivery time

15-35days

 

 

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