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Steel Rebar

Reinforcing bar, or rebar, is a common steel bar that is hot rolled and is used widely in the construction industry, especially for concrete reinforcement.  Steel rebar is most commonly used as a tensioning devise to reinforce concrete and other masonry structures to help hold the concrete in a compressed state.  Concrete is a material that is very strong in compression, but virtually without strength in tension. To compensate for this imbalance in a concrete slab's behavior, reinforcement bar is cast into it to carry the tensile loads.

Common steel or concrete reinforcement bar is supplied with heavy ridges to assist in binding the reinforcement to the concrete mechanically - this is commonly referred to as deformed bar.

Harris Supply Solutions stocks a wide variety of rebar sizes, grades, and finishes including black rebar, epoxy coated rebar and fabricated rebar.  We are committed to have what our customers need, when they need it.  As a subsidiary of Nucor we have access to rebar across the US, and internationally if necessary, through Nucor Trading.  We can find what you’re looking for, whatever it is.

Rebar Sizes

We stock a wide variety of rebar sizes from #3-#10.

Rebar Sizes

Black Rebar

Rebar without any coating, we stock rebar in several grades and lengths to accommodate your needs for the job.

Black Rebar

Epoxy Coated Rebar

Epoxy coated rebar is used in concrete subjected to corrosive conditions.

Epoxy Coated Rebar

Fabricated Rebar

For your small project needs, HSSI has access to fabricated rebar from our parent company, the Harris Steel Group, one of the largest fabricators in North America

Fabricated Rebar

Rebar Guide

Rebar Markings Guide

This guide can help you choose the correct reinforcing bar for your application, providing information about rebar markings and properties.

Rebar Guide

Should you have any further question on rebar and can’t find it on our site, please utilize this CRSI page. 

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