What’s rebaring? And how does it differ from bar bending?


What’s rebaring? And how does it differ from bar bending?

Rebar is the short form of reinforcing bar. It is also known as reinforcing steel or reinforcement steel. Rebar significantly increases the tensile strength of the structure. Rebar’s surface is often deformed to promote a better bond with the concrete. There are different types of rebar. They are European rebar, Carbon steel rebar, Epoxy-Coated Rebar, Galvanized Rebar, Glass-Fiber-Reinforced-Polymer (GFRP) and Stainless Steel Rebar.


Rebaring is the strategy for addition of the Steel bars when, there is change in plan or there is some expansion of the present structure. At the point when Steel bar according to drawing has not been introduced. Rebaring system is reinforced concrete construction is a technique for appropriate creation and situation of fortification bar according to the plan and drawing of RCC work.

Bar Bending

Bar bending or bar scheduling, is the way toward showing visual graphs and tables to precisely speak to and ascertain the reinforcement for concrete organizing. Basically it is a tool for expense assessing and exact computations for load bearing limits and pressure qualities and situating.

Rebaring strategy is a technique for proper fabrication and placement of reinforcement bars according to the plan and drawings for RCC works.
Necessity of Rebaring Technique in Reinforced Concrete Construction
The steel reinforcement mostly is divided into two categories i.e.

  • Primary Reinforcement or Main Steel reinforcement
  • Secondary reinforcement or distribution reinforcement

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