Rebar

Rebar (short for reinforcing bar), also known as reinforcing steel, reinforcement steel and colloquially in Australia as reo, is a steel bar or mesh of steel wires used as a tension device in reinforced concrete and reinforced masonry structures, to strengthen and hold the concrete in tension. The surface of the rebar may be patterned to form a be...
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Rebar

Reinforcing bar used to increase the tensile strength of concrete.
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Rebar

[Taiwan] The Rebar Group (Rebar; {zh|c=力霸集團|p=Lìbà Jítuán}) is a large corporation involved in domestic textiles, construction, hotel/real estate, retail services, vehicle/building insurance, banking, and media in Taiwan. The company started out in the 1960s as a reinforcement bar manufacturer, hence its name. The corporation re...
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Rebar

a steel reinforcing bar. Can be driven into the ground, and then a conduit pipe is placed over it for nestbox mounting.
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Rebar

Abbreviation for 'reinforcing bar.' See Reinforcement.
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Rebar

Horizonal or vertical reinforcing bars used to reinforce a masonry structure
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Rebar

Reinforcing bar-Ribbed steel bars installed in foundation concrete walls, footers, and poured in pla
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Rebar

See, 'Concrete'
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Rebar

Short for reinforcing bar. Steel rod intended for incorporation in concrete to reinforce it. See also Debar.
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Rebar

Short for reinforcing bar. Steel rod intended for incorporation in concrete to reinforce it. See also Debar.
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Rebar

Steel reinforcing rod that comes in a variety of diameters, useful for manufacturing pins or other trail anchors.
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