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The differences between cold-worked and hot-rolled stainless steel reinforcement

The differences between cold-worked and hot-rolled stainless steel reinforcement are essentially the hardness and the tensibility of the material. Cold-worked stainless reinforcing steel is significantly harder than hot-rolled stainless reinforcing steel. This results in higher tensile strength (minimum 800 N/mm² compared to 550 N/mm²) as well as higher yield strength (minimum 700 N/mm² compared to [...]

2019-06-05T16:38:46+00:00Nieuws|0 Comments

Available from stock stainless steel Tywire

The Tywire has a diameter of 1.1 mm (+ 0/-0.03) and is not magnetic. This stainless steel Tywire can be used for all qualities stainless steel reinforcing. For braiding stainless steel rebar, you can’t use galvanized or black Tywire. Stainless steel Tywire can also be used for braiding carbon steel. If the Tywire falls into [...]

2018-03-14T12:02:47+00:00Nieuws|0 Comments

Stainless steel rebar in stock

We always have stainless steel rebar in stock in the quality 1.4162 (LDX2101). This quality can be used anywhere where magnetism is not an issue.  But where corrosion of the reinforced steel is prescribed. The mechanical properties are better than the standard B500B. As the standard reinforcing steel is 6 mm stainless steel reinforcing steel [...]

2018-03-07T10:24:39+00:00Nieuws|0 Comments