Why Choose Galvanized Rebar?
Superior Corrosion Protection
History of Performance
Zinc coated steel has been used in concrete as far back as 1908 and found regular use as a reinforcing material in the 1930s.
Unparalleled Bond Strength
Galvanized reinforcement in concrete has much better bond (or pull-out) strength than either black or epoxy coated reinforcement.
Exceptional Life Cycle Cost
No Special Handling
Beauty that Lasts
Designing a 100-Year Bridge
The New NY Bridge to replace the Tappan Zee is the largest highway bridge project in North America and continues to make remarkable progress on the Hudson River.
A design lifetime requirement of 100 years led engineers to specify galvanized reinforcing bar throughout the project.
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