Engineers build leaving a wide berth of safe loading capacity to construct, let’s get a brief view on how the same is for steel reinforcement bars. We have talked enormously on safety codes listed in IS 1786:2008, in the manufacture of reinforcement bars. Now, let’s discuss how safe loads are calculated in a construction material like reinforcement bars. The min. yield strength a reinforcement bar should have is easily inferred from the grade of the reinforcement purchased. Grade Fe 415 having a min. yield strength of 415 N/mm2, similarly for grade Fe 500 having min. yield strength of 500 N/mm2 and Fe 550 with min. yield strength of 550 N/mm2, so goes for every steel reinforcement grade.
Constructing buildings is not an easy task, It requires a lot of resources, technical skills, dedication and commitment. When we talk about the resources, the most vital components for constructing buildings are reinforced steel and concrete. Reinforced steel is primarily known for its excellent strength and ductility which provides the necessary strength to withstand the load of the structure. However, there are several factors that can affect the strength of the steel in such a way that it becomes extremely dangerous to the whole structure, and one such factor is rusting.
TMT reinforced steels are currently the defacto standard for constructing commercial building projects and residential buildings. Known for its high tensile strength and ductility ratio, it is the ultimate option for reinforcement. Part I of this blog explained about TMT steel and its manufacturing process. To get the complete effect of the reinforced bar, there are certain things that must not be done. Some of these steps were explained in Part-I. Here we further a few more features.
Steel has been a vital tool for mankind since its inception. Steel is the major component in almost everything starting from buildings, bridges, automobiles to pieces of machinery. Discovery of steel and it’s production dramatically changed the economic status of the world. Steel is an alloy of Iron and Carbon in which the carbon content is at 2% (Above 1%, it is classified as Cast Iron).
Soft core in a hard shell – If TMT Bars had a tagline, this would be an apt one. TMT bar is an integral part of construction and it determines the strength and durability of a building. Most of us rummage shops after shops tirelessly looking for the best home decor stuff to adorn the interiors of our homes. How more choosy and smart should we be before buying TMT Bars for our construction purposes? Read ahead to have an idea about what a common man should know before buying TMT bars.