Deformed
Reinforcing Bar

Deformed Bar

Deformed reinforcing bar is used in a range of residential, commercial and infrastructure applications from concrete slabs to prefabricated beams, columns, cages and precast products. Deformed reinforcing bar complies with all relevant Australian standards. 

Deformed bar is a Class N (normal ductility) reinforcing bar used in a range of applications from reinforced concrete slabs to prefabricated beams, columns, cages and precast products. Also known as rebar, deformed bar complies with AS/NZS 4671 : 2001 Steel reinforcing materials and is available in 500 MPa from 10 mm - 40 mm bar diameters. Always consult with an engineer before choosing the bar suited for your application.

Associated standards:
AS/NZS 4671 : 2001 Steel reinforcing materials
AS 3600 : 2001 Concrete structures
AS 3600 : 2009 Concrete structures
AS 2870 : 2011 Residential slabs and footings - Construction
AS/NZS 1170 : 2002 Structural design actions
AS 1554.3 : 2008 Part 3: Welding of reinforced steels
AS 5100.5 : 2004 Bridge Design: Concrete
AS 1100-Part 501 : 2002 - Technical drawing - Structural engineering drawing
AS 2327.1 : 2003 - Composite structures, Part 1: Simply supported beams

Product Designations & Identification Markings

Product Designations

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Product Identification Markings

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design & Detailing Information

Detailing Information

Detailing Information
 

Approximate Number of Bars Per Tonne

Number Of Bars Per Tonne

steel fixing & Processing Tolerances

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Positioning Tolerances For Reinforcing

Processing Tolerances

Processing Tolerances for Reinforcing

Case Studies

500PLUS® REBAR – Eureka Towers, VIC

Eureka Tower is a 88-storey residential building in Southgate, Melbourne that used 500PLUS® REBAR to produce hundreds of 500PLUS® PREFAB reinforcing cages for pier cages, pad footings and double storey columns. This provided Grocon with cost and time savings across many aspects of the concrete design and construction.

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500PLUS® REBAR – World Square, NSW

The residential component of the World Square development in Sydney was a great example of the substantial cost savings available to designers by specifying 500PLUS® REBAR. Designing the columns and core walls using 500PLUS® REBAR reduced reinforcement congestion, material wastage, steel fixing and transportation costs.

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500PLUS® REBAR - Fardoulys Construction, QLD

An association of over 30 years has forged a strong relationship between two leaders in the building and construction industry, OneSteel Reinforcing and Queensland based Fardoulys Construction

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500PLUS® REBAR - Enco, QLD

OneSteel Reinforcing provided privately owned Brisbane based company ENCO Precast with 500PLUS® REBAR and ONEMESH® Special Mesh solutions that reduced labour and added to construction efficiency of the reinforced concrete girders for the new 2.7 kilometre Houghton Highway Bridge duplication.

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500PLUS® REBAR – M7 Freeway – NSW

500PLUS® REBAR played a role in the construction of Australia's largest ever urban road: the 40km Westlink M7, supply more than 40,000 tonnes of steel reinforcing for various parts of the project including precast concrete segments and prefabricated reinforcement for bridge columns

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500PLUS® REBAR - ConTec Precast, QLD

When Brisbane based prestressed precast concrete company Con-Tec secured the contract to supply reinforced concrete girders for the new Houghton Highway Bridge, OneSteel Reinforcing provided solutions to help reduce labour and meet project demands

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