#10 Rebar

Because steel and concrete have compatible heat expansion coefficients, steel rebar is often used in concrete structures for added strength and stability. Standard rebar classifications rate the bars by diameter, with #10 rebar measuring a diameter of 1 1/8 inches. This makes #10 rebar well-suited for use in medium- to heavy-duty construction projects, since concrete structures benefit from rebar’s high tensile strength. #32 is the metric equivalent or “soft size” of #10 rebar.

At Harris Supply Solutions, our complete rebar inventory includes numerous grades of #10 reinforcement bar that meet ANSI standards for quality and durability. Our team of experienced and knowledgeable customer service professionals can also help you select the right rebar size for your construction projects, and will answer any questions you may have about our various rebar grades.

Physical Specifications of #10 Rebar:

  • Weight per unit length: 4.303 pounds per foot
  • Nominal diameter: 1.27 inches
  • Nominal area: 1.27 square inches
Imperial Bar Size"Soft" Metric SizeWeight per unit length (lb/ft)Mass per unit length (kg/m)Nominal Diameter (in)Nominal Diameter (mm)Nominal Area(in2)Nominal Area (mm2)
#10 #32 4.303 6.418 1.27 32.26 1.27 819

In addition to a comprehensive selection of standard rebar sizes, Harris Supply also offers customized fabricated rebar solutions for construction companies, contractors, architects and engineers. Guided by our commitment to supply dependable, durable products at competitive prices, we have grown into the largest supplier of steel remesh and rebar in the United States. With distribution centers located across the country, we fill orders quickly, helping projects stay on schedule and on budget. To request a quote for #10 rebar or any of our other steel remesh or rebar products, please contact our team via email or phone.

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