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Bar Mount Bracket (Metal Options) – Bar Supplies
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Bar mount brackets are a great option for those that don’t want to damage their floors by drilling holes into them. They also make cleaning your floor easier because you can sweep or mop under your foot rail without impediments. These mounts fasten directly to the face of your bar by using three mounting screws and a threaded bolt that mounts from behind the bar to create a modern look where your metal bar rail tubing looks as if it is floating next to the bar. This Bracket mount comes with tools used for instillation and comes in 4 various finishes from stainless steel to brass.
- 2″ Outside Diameter
- Wall thickness: .050″
- Bracket Width: 8.00”
- Bracket Height: 6.76”
- Bracket for rail bar
- Made of 304 grade stainless steel and brass
- 4 finishes available
- Matching components available
- A bracket should be used at both ends and at every 4’ increments
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working distribution mounting fitting clamps
As mentioned earlier, mainly round steel and steel of a periodic profile are used as reinforcement in the form of individual bars with a diameter of up to 40 mm, as well as welded or connected into reinforcing cages.
For elements of massive reinforced concrete hydraulic structures, such as locks, with large cross-sections, it is advisable to use rods of large diameters up to 90-120 mm. In addition to round steel, steel and other profiles are used as reinforcement.
According to the purpose in concrete, the reinforcement is divided into working, distribution, assembly and clamps.
Working reinforcement absorbs mainly tensile forces arising in reinforced concrete structures from its own weight and external loads.
Distribution reinforcement is used to evenly distribute the loads between the working bars and to ensure the joint work of all reinforcement bars. In addition, distribution reinforcement connects the working rods to each other, preventing the displacement of the working reinforcement during concreting.
Distribution fittings are connected to work welding or wire stranding, resulting in a mesh or frame.
Clamps are used to prevent the appearance of oblique cracks in the beam near the supports and to tie the reinforcement into the frame.
Mounting reinforcement does not perceive any forces and is used both for assembling the frame and for ensuring the exact position of the working reinforcement and clamps during concreting. When concreting, mounting reinforcement is sometimes removed.
Fig. 42. Types of hooks at the ends of smooth reinforcing bars:
1 – semicircular hook for machine bending: 2 – semicircular hook with a straight section for manual bending
For better fixing of the reinforcement in concrete, the ends of the tensile reinforcing bars are bent in the form of hooks (Fig. 42).
Reinforcing bars (see chapter VI), thanks to reliable anchoring and increased adhesion to concrete, eliminate the need for hooks, which helps save metal.
For joint operation of reinforcement with concrete, it is necessary, in addition to the installation of hooks, to leave a layer of concrete around each rod; for this, the clear distance between the individual rows of reinforcing bars is made at least 25 mm, as shown in fig. 43. The same figure shows the so-called protective layer of concrete (between the reinforcing bars and the surface of the structure), which protects the reinforcement from the effects of fire during a fire and from rusting.
Fig. 43. The distance between the reinforcement bars and the value of the protective layer of concrete in the reinforced concrete beam and slab (dimensions in mm):
a – reinforced with conventional reinforcement: 1 – mounting rods; 2 – working rods of the plate; 3 – distribution rods of the plate; 4—working rods of the beam; b – reinforced with welded meshes and frames: 1 – beam frames;
2 – plate grids
In accordance with the technical specifications, the thickness of the protective layer for the working reinforcement of structures made of heavy concrete should be:
a) in slabs and walls up to 10 cm thick – not less than 10 mm;
b) in slabs and walls with a thickness of more than 10 cm and in the ribs of floors – not less than 15 mm;
c) in beams and columns with a longitudinal reinforcement diameter of up to 20 mm – not less than 20 mm, and with a reinforcement diameter of more than 20 mm – not less than 25 mm.
With a longitudinal reinforcement diameter of more than 35 mm, a protective layer thickness of at least 30 mm is recommended, and when using shaped rolled profiles – 50 mm.
Clamps and cross rods must be at least 15 mm from the concrete surface. In reinforced concrete pipes, the distance from the rod of longitudinal reinforcement to the inner surface of the pipe must be no less than to the outer.
In prefabricated reinforced concrete structures made of heavy concrete grade not less than 200, the thickness of the protective layer can be reduced by 5 mm, but in any case it must be not less than 10 mm for slabs and 20 mm for beams and columns.
Rebar classification and technical requirements for steels
Rebar classification and steel specifications
Rebar classification. The reinforcement of reinforced concrete structures perceives mainly tensile forces. This makes it possible, using it together with concrete, to produce reinforced concrete structures for various purposes. Reinforced concrete is used to make structural elements of buildings and structures that work not only in compression, for example, columns, but also in bending and tension – slabs, beams, trusses for covering large spans. Steel reinforcement is classified by purpose, method of manufacture and subsequent hardening, surface shape and method of application.
According to the purpose, fittings are working and mounting. The working reinforcement perceives the forces arising under the action of loads on the structure. The amount of reinforcement is calculated in accordance with these loads. Depending on the orientation in the reinforced concrete structure, the working reinforcement can be longitudinal or transverse.
Longitudinal working reinforcement perceives tension or compression forces acting along the longitudinal axis of the element. For example, in the one shown in Fig. 15 beam, supported at the ends, the longitudinal working reinforcement is made of rods that resist tensile forces in the lower zone of the structure. To perceive the forces acting when bending at an angle of 45 ° to the longitudinal axis of the beam, the rods are bent. In columns, longitudinal reinforcement is installed to increase resistance to compressive forces.
Fig. 15. Beam reinforcement:
1 – distribution reinforcement, 2, 3. 5 – longitudinal working reinforcing bars, 4 – transverse reinforcement (clamps), 6 – mounting loops
Transverse reinforcement absorbs forces acting across the axis of the beam. Such reinforcement is made in the form of clamps or sections of rods located transversely in welded frames and meshes.
Mounting fittings are installed depending on the design and technological requirements. It is divided into distribution and constructive. Distribution fittings allow you to fix the working fittings in the design position. This is the important technological significance of distribution valves. In addition, it serves to more evenly distribute the forces between the individual bars of the working reinforcement. Stekni working and distribution fittings are welded or tied into a single spatial frame or flat grids. Sometimes distribution reinforcement is used to give the reinforcement cage the necessary rigidity.
Structural reinforcement is used to absorb forces that are not expected by the structure. In particular, this includes efforts from shrinkage of concrete, temperature changes. Structural reinforcement must be installed in places of a sharp change in the cross section of structures, where stress concentration occurs. Structures subjected to dynamic loads, such as crane beams and the cantilevers on which they rest, also require structural reinforcement.
According to the manufacturing method, steel reinforcement of reinforced concrete structures is divided into hot-rolled rod and cold-drawn wire.
Bar reinforcement is supplied in bars with a diameter of at least 12 mm and a length of up to 13 m, wire with a diameter of 3 … 8 mm – in coils or riots weighing up to 1300 kg.
According to the method of subsequent hardening, hot-rolled rebar can be thermally hardened, i.e. subjected to heat treatment, or hardened in a cold state – drawing, drawing.
According to the shape of the surface, reinforcement of a periodic profile and smooth are distinguished. Reinforcing bars of a periodic profile are equipped with protrusions, due to which its adhesion to concrete is improved. Reefs (dents) are created on the surface of the wire reinforcement for this purpose. Smooth reinforcement is produced in the form of hot-rolled rods with a diameter of 6 … 40 mm or wire with a diameter of 3 … 8 mm. To prevent slippage of smooth reinforcement in concrete, it is anchored.
According to the method of application in the reinforcement of reinforced concrete structures, a distinction is made between prestressed reinforcement subjected to prestressing and non-tensioned reinforcement.
In some cases, so-called rigid reinforcement is used, in contrast to the commonly used flexible rods and wires. Rigid reinforcement is made from long products – channels, I-beams, equal-sided and unequal corners. Until the concrete hardens, such reinforcement works like a metal structure under the load from its own weight, the weight of the formwork attached to it and the freshly laid concrete mixture. Rigid reinforcement is used when concreting large-span ceilings, heavily loaded columns of the lower floors of multi-storey buildings.
Fig. 16. Coupling of reinforcement with concrete:
1 – concrete, 2 – smooth reinforcement, 3 – reinforcement of a periodic profile
Specification for reinforcing steel. These include requirements for strength, ductility, weldability, and cold brittleness.
Strength is determined by tensile testing of steel specimens. The main characteristic of the strength of low-carbon reinforcing steels is the yield strength.
The strength of hot-rolled reinforcing bar steel is significantly – several times – increased by thermal or thermomechanical hardening, wire – by cold deformation. Thermal hardening consists of hardening and partial tempering of steel. Hardening is carried out by heating the rods to a temperature of 800 … 900 °C and rapid cooling, tempering – by heating to a temperature of 300 … 400 °C and gradual cooling. Thermomechanical hardening is carried out by heating, plastic deformation and subsequent heat treatment of reinforcement. This increases the strength of bar reinforcement up to 1800 MPa.
Wire reinforcing steel is hardened by cold deformation by passing it through several holes successively decreasing in diameter. To obtain the steel structure necessary for such cold drawing, the wire is subjected to preliminary heat treatment – patenting. It consists in heating the wire to a temperature of 870 … 950 °C, rapid cooling to a temperature of 500 °C, holding and cooling in air. Using this technology, high-strength reinforcing wire is produced.
The strength characteristics of the reinforcement are normalized, as a rule, by resistance to tensile forces. In some structures, reinforcement is used as an element that enhances the work of concrete in compression. In this case, the resistance of the reinforcement to compression is normalized. It is taken equal to the design tensile strength, but not more than 400 MPa.
The plastic properties of reinforcing steels are important for the normal operation of reinforced concrete structures under load, the mechanization of reinforcing work. A decrease in the plastic properties of steel can cause a brittle (sudden) rupture of reinforcement in structures, a brittle fracture of prestressing reinforcement in places of a sharp bend or when fastened in grips. Therefore, the plastic properties of reinforcing steels must be normalized. Plasticity is characterized by total relative elongation after sample rupture, %, as well as by the results of a cold bend test.
Weldability of reinforcing steels is characterized by a reliable welded joint, the absence of cracks and other metal defects in the seams and adjacent areas.