rebar

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rebar

[′rē‚bär]
(civil engineering)
A steel bar or rod used to reinforce concrete.

rebar

A steel bar having ribs or slightly projecting patterns on its surface to provide a greater bond with concrete when used in reinforced concrete.
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The first decision concerned an infringement that lasted from December 1989 to May 2000 (price fixing in concrete reinforcing bars and control of production and sales) and was founded on Article 65 (Points 4 and 5) of the ECSC Treaty, which empowered the Commission to sanction cartel infringements in the steel sector.
The Commissions public report Steel Concrete Reinforcing Bar from Japan and Turkey (Investigation Nos.
Manifa EY Series: Manifa EY Series is a FBE powder coating that is widely used to protect steel pipe used in pipeline construction, concrete reinforcing bars (rebar) and on a wide variety of piping connections, valves from corrosion.
The inter-ministerial council decided during a meeting on 28 June that non-containerized goods, including concrete reinforcing bars, wood, foodstuffs, and other products, should be unloaded at other national ports than Algiers', while car-ferries will be directed to the ports of Djen Djen, Mostaganem and Ghazaouet, the Minsitry's statement said.AaAaAa
Also, the structural steel and concrete reinforcing bars contain recycled content.
The business, previously known as NS (Eurowire), was sold to Lichfield-based ROM Group, a manufacturer of concrete reinforcing bars.
steelmakers charged Japan and 11 other countries Wednesday with dumping steel concrete reinforcing bars, known as "rebar," in the U.S.
On 17 December 2002, the Commission had fined eleven Italian concrete reinforcing bars manufacturers(1) on the basis of the ECSC Treaty.
In its first stage, expected to start in 18 months, the plant will produce steel shapes and concrete reinforcing bars with a capacity of 600,000 tonnes a year, according to the project's manager, Massimo Pellegri.
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