Well, the last blog was all about the prevention of corrosion on reinforcement steel bars and two methods used for the prevention were described, but only one method was fully detailed. The other method is detailed right here. Let’s buckle up.
Corrosion is not something to be taken lightly. It poses a dangerous threat to the overall strength of the building structure. Corrosion starts out pretty much simple and advances through several stages that result in the eventual collapsing of the structure. Even though corrosion is threatening for RCC, there are preventive measures that can be taken to considerably delay the corrosion effects.
In this blog, we will see how a homeowner can do the simplest of things to make sure that the foundation of his/her home stays strong for technically, forever. The previous blog was about the how the strength of a TMT bar reduces drastically with corrosion.
Steel has been used for many decades by many civilizations for building structural and engineering purposes, they have continued prove very effective in both land and marine environments due their unique combination of mechanical properties which gives them natural protection against natural variables. Where steel stumbles as the ultimate building block is with its corrosion by various environmental actions. When it comes to modern construction, generally, the concrete mix is reinforced by steel bars in the case of the common RCC structures.