BUILDING WITH POST-INSTALLED REBAR IN CONCRETE

What is rebar used for?

Post-installed rebar can be used to build most connections on site – for instance, walls, slabs, beams, foundations or supporting columns

EXTEND EXISTING STRUCTURES

This is the most common use of post-installed rebars, as for example for:

  • Wall extensions
  • Column extensions
  • Beam extensions
  • Slab extensions
  • Balcony extensions

CONNECT NEW COMPONENTS TO EXISTING STRUCTURES

These are simply supported or rigid connections, used for:

  • Beam to wall connections
  • Corbel to wall connections
  • Connecting staircases to existing walls
  • Wall to wall connections

STRENGTHEN EXISTING CONCRETE STRUCTURES

We’ve also developed unique solutions for shear friction for bridge deck overlays and punching reinforcement.

  • Concrete overlay
  • Ceiling reinforcement
  • Column foundation
  • Bridge deck strengthening
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