ASTM A706 Grade Reinforcing Bar
ASTM A706 grade reinforcing bar is a specification given to low-alloy reinforcing bars in either standard lengths or coiled configurations. This rebar grade is processed in open hearths, electric furnaces, or basic oxygen furnaces and is available in numerous grades, including grade 60 and grade 80. ASTM A706 grade rebar is weldable rebar and especially recommended for capacity-protected structures, and it is commonly used in:
- Bent caps
- Oversized shafts
ASTM A706 grade rebar can also be used in so-called “superstructure” construction elements, so long as the maximum usable strain of the structure falls within certain limitations specific to the rebar number being used. Grade A706 rebar is available in a comprehensive range of standard sizes, including numbers 3 through 11. At Harris Supply Solutions, we can also customize A706 rebar to conform to custom specifications, if you have a unique application in mind.
ASTM A706 Weldable Rebar
While ASTM A706 weldable rebar excels in the above applications, it is not intended for use in carefully proportioned or detailed elements. It has some limitations with respect to moment-curvature and inelastic structural deformations. If you have questions about the suitability of A706 rebar for your intended application, or if you have any other inquiries about our products or services, please contact us at Harris Supply Solutions.
Harris Supply is one of the largest suppliers of steel remesh and reinforcing bar products in the United States, and our extensive network of production and distribution facilities ensures that we are able to fill your order quickly and for highly competitive pricing. Check out our other rebar options epoxy coated rebar, fabricated rebar, black rebar, and coiled/spooled rebar and learn how these can suit your application.
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