bearing bar

bearing bar

[′ber·iŋ ‚bär]
(building construction)
A wrought-iron bar placed on masonry to provide a level support for floor joists.
(civil engineering)
A load-carrying bar which supports a grating and which extends in the direction of the grating span.
(engineering)

bearing bar

1. A wrought-iron bar placed on masonry to provide a level support for floor joists.
2. A load-carrying bar which supports a grating and which extends in the direction of the grating span.
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Bearing Bar Frame & Cross Bar Shall Be Welded Firmly To Each
Approximately 1200 mA putty reinforced concrete / steel precast concrete floors; approximately 1 410 mA coating reinforced concrete / steel precast concrete floors; approximately 2900 mA coating plasterboard ceilings; approximately 2000 mA putty reinforced concrete walls, approx 7700 mA coating walls (concrete, plaster, exposed masonry); approximately 5510 mA coating GK-walls; approximately 330 mA + leveling coating platforms, stair soffits; approximately 255 mA + leveling coating steel railing cheeks; approximately 285 m coating bearing bar handrail; 540 St.
Tenders are invited for supply of Supply of Ms galvanised grating,size :2 m x 1 m,made out of 30 x5 mm bearing bar & frame bar, spaced at 41 mm c/c & cross bar 12 x 5 mm spaced at 100 mm c/c.
The Wheels n' Heels InVent offers a different design from the Metro in that the main support bearing bars are under the top surface bars.
A protective synthetic veil covers the exterior of the load bearing bars, allowing the I Bar to withstand constant exposure to UV and chlorinated water while maintaining its strength and stiffness.