Welded fabric is a joined grid consisting of a series of parallel longitudinal steel wires with accurate spacing welded to cross wires at the required spacing, while welded reinforcement steel is steel bars cut, bended and welded together to satisfy required parameters.
EPD documentsEPD document S-P-04160 en.pdf
Included products in this EPD
- Reinforcement rebars and bendings;
- Welded fabric and welded reinforcement steel.
Welded fabric and welded reinforcement steel are made according to the National and European Standards (NS 3576-4; EN 10080; SS 212540; EN1992-1-1 DK NA; EN ISO 17 660-1; EN ISO 17660-2) depending on destination market. Technical classes (B500A; NK500AB-W; NK500B-K; S500A) are defined by specific values of properties like yield strength, elongation, etc.