concrete steel

concrete steel

[′käŋ‚krēt ‚stēl]
(metallurgy)
Steel used in reinforced concrete, which should comply with standard specifications for prestressed concrete.
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Lot 3 smooth concrete steel OB 37 - 6mm - minimum 800 kg.
Therefore, it is important for the local industry players to play a vital role in adopting a concrete steel formwork technology towards elimanating these negative and destructive aspects.
International Trade Commission determined today that the domestic industry producing prestressed concrete steel rail tie wire ("PC tie wire") was being materially injured by dumped imports from China and Mexico.
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The report, prepared by the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) in the Gulf region, said the piracy and adulteration in the Arab region included all types of building materials such as concrete steel, bricks, electrical cables, ceramics, and porcelain tiles.
The technical specifications included a choice of ductile iron pipe or AWWA C303 bar-wrapped concrete steel cylinder pipe.
To construct the new pier, 100,000 tons of cement, 17,000 tons of concrete steel, and 70,00 sqm of natural stone surfaces were used.
Safety issues relating to these operations were brought to OSHA's attention in a 2010 petition from the International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental & Reinforcing Iron Workers and an industry coalition of stakeholders including the Concrete Steel Reinforcing Institute, the Western Steel Council, and the Center for Construction Research and Training.
Commerce Department said on Tuesday it has set preliminary duties on imports of concrete steel wire strand and steel grating from China to offset government subsidies.
Massey Knakal Realty Services has been retained on an exclusive basis to sell or lease 3913 Second Avenue, a five-story concrete steel and industrial building in New York City's most desirable industrial area--Sunset Park.
8 million loss on the disposal of Carrington Wire, part of Acertec's BRC concrete steel reinforcements business, and flotation costs yielded a loss of pounds 3.
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