Meshes and stirrups
We offer reinforcement mesh made of A-IIIN class bars, both in standard and custom sizes.
Reinforcement mats are made of bare wire. Reinforcement grids are commonly used in civil engineering for the reinforcement of ceilings, floors, walls, roads, motorways, etc. They increase the strength of structures and substrates, limit shrinkability, and protect floor heating.
Welded reinforcement mesh is made of B500A grade wires according to the PN-H-93247-2 and DIN 488 standards and it is intended as reinforcement of reinforced concrete elements.
Welded reinforcement mesh can be used a class A-IIIN steel according to the PN-84/B-03263 standard.
The meshes are authorised for use on the Polish market by:
- BUILDING RESEARCH INSTITUTE
- ROAD AND BRIDGE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
- The institutes also have certificates authorising the construction product label to be applied.
Welded reinforcing meshes are made of deformed wires with diameters of 4.0–12 mm.
- stirrups are made of A-IIIN grade steel
- high mechanical and tensile strength
- thanks to reinforcement, concrete becomes more resistant to shrinkage and cracking
Construction stirrups are structural elements that are used for the efficient connection of reinforcing bars. Steel, characterised by extraordinary durability and high mechanical strength, is used to make the stirrups. Reinforcement created with stirrups is extremely robust and ensures greater stability of the structure.
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