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Model REB/4/615G4/20

Internet #202532809

Store SKU #609579

1/2 in. x 20 ft. Rebar

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With raised ribs, the 1/2 in. x 20 ft. Rebar offers ideal concrete adhesion. The reinforcing bar is constructed of grade 40 steel for lasting performance and strength.

  • Grade 40 steel rod for reinforcing concrete
  • Raised ribs for proper concrete adhesion
  • 1/2 in. diameter
  • Cut to 20 ft. length
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Do they cut the 20 ft. Rebar in half if you ask them to do so ?

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August 2, 2016
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No they do not cut it. I have a cordless Sawzall I take with me and cut it to size in the parking lot. Not everyone has a cordless Sawzall on hand so bring a hacksaw. You only need to cut about 2/3 of the rebar then it will break in half.
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I would say there is only one way to know for sure...
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May 19, 2016
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Please contact your local store with this question.
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Is this particula Bar galvanized? It appears it is but I need conformation.

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Rebar is normally not coated in order to make it weldable.
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As the norm rebar isn't galvanized not that I've seen or used any before in construction carrer. of 30 years. Sometimes it's epoxy coated but that's for special applications such as bridges and other critical uses for extra long corrosion protection and extending the life of the rebar and structure it's in.
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weldable??

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is this rebar weldable??
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just about all rebar is weldable (It is kind of noted for that) I have heard of some speciality rebar that is coated for special applications, this would be very unusual and cost significantly more.
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As a whole rebar isn't meant to welded but it can be welded but it's a bit tricky for a novice whose not used to welding since rebar is meant to flex and give but at the same time allow concrete to hold together in case it cracks it won't separate and completely fail but will stay in place with the reinforcing rod supporting it. In short yes it can be welded but it will just melt away if you apply too Read More
As a whole rebar isn't meant to welded but it can be welded but it's a bit tricky for a novice whose not used to welding since rebar is meant to flex and give but at the same time allow concrete to hold together in case it cracks it won't separate and completely fail but will stay in place with the reinforcing rod supporting it. In short yes it can be welded but it will just melt away if you apply too much weld to it or cause it to just break. into. Read Less
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Where can I get Mill Certifications for this product?

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I work in store 3016 at the pro desk and one of my contractors needs this to turn into city for approval to use. My PAR told me I needed to get the info direct from vendor, however, this is a DC product and I am not sure ai can get access to the vendor. Any suggestions?
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All Mill Certs. would originate with the manufacturer. Although I suspect if certs are provided with the product it would raise the cost of the product (as this is usually the case).
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As Expected up to industry standards Up to standards as expected, what more is there to say? Review request requirements are a little "over the top" and un necessary April 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well.....it's rebar It's rebar. Nothing special about it, but does exactly what its supposed to do - get buried in cement. March 26, 2015
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