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Model # 142517

Internet # 202090375

Store SKU # 918999

5/8 in. x 240 in. Rebar

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Model # 142517

Internet # 202090375

Store SKU # 918999

The 5/8 in. x 240 in. Rebar is made from ASTM A615 material for durability. The 40 grade rebar features a 60,000 psi minimum yield strength for flexible use.

  • Made from ASTM A615 material
  • Can be used in concrete for expansion and contraction reinforcement purposes
  • Provides ideal mechanical anchoring with the ridged design
  • 40 grade rebar
  • 60,000 psi minimum yield strength
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Diameter (in.) 
.625 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
0.625 
Product Height (in.) 
240 
Product Length (in.) 
240 
Product Width (in.) 
0.625 
Details
Grade 
40 
Product Weight (lb.) 
20 lb 
Type 
Rebar 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
NONE 

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Can this product be hammered into the ground?

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I needed typical rebar to hammer into the ground to attach to a 4x4 post for a realty sign. The rebar offed isn't long enough - is this product straight or flexible??
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No, rebars should not be exposed to moisture. Dirt has varying amount of moisture and air, therefore it will corode it. For that reason when placing rebar into concrete footings or slab, a minimum spacing of 3 feet has to be maintained from the dirt.
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Would it cost more to have you guys cut the rebars to 2 and 3 feet long, using them for ankering purposes.

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