BUILDING WITH POST-INSTALLED REBAR IN CONCRETE

What is rebar used for?

Post-installed rebar can be used to build most connections on site – for instance, walls, slabs, beams, foundations or supporting columns.

EXTEND EXISTING STRUCTURES

This is the most common use of post-installed rebars, as for example for:

  • Wall extensions
  • Column extensions
  • Beam extensions
  • Slab extensions
  • Balcony extensions

Wall extensions

Column extensions

Balcony extensions

Slab extensions

CONNECT NEW COMPONENTS TO EXISTING STRUCTURES

These are simply supported or rigid connections, used for:

  • Beam to wall connections
  • Corbel to wall connections
  • Connecting staircases to existing walls
  • Wall to wall connections

Beam to wall connection

Corbel to wall connection

Staircase connected to an existing wall

Wall to wall connection

STRENGTHEN EXISTING CONCRETE STRUCTURES

We’ve also developed unique solutions for shear friction for bridge deck overlays and punching reinforcement.

  • Concrete overlay
  • Ceiling reinforcement
  • Bridge deck strengthening
  • Column foundation

Concrete overlay

Ceiling reinforcement

Bridge deck strengthening

Column foundation

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