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Rebar Coupler

Rebaring Coupler

Rebar Connections, also know as mechanical splices, are used to join lenths of rebar together. Building code requirements for masonry construction now require longer lap lenths some bar sizes.

Rebar Coupler: Those changes mean more congestion in masonry cells and more difficult construction. To aleviate this problem, builders can either use open-cell blocks, which are more expensive, or use mechanical rebar couplers to eliminate the lap. Reinforcing bar coipling has all of the features desirable in a rebar joing system combined with unequaled simplicity of installation. Couplers are designed to splice diameter bars where one bar is free to move and can be rotated.

Benifits of using a mechanical rebar connection include: A self-aligning taper-threaded design provides continuity and strucral integrity Spliced bars behave as continuous lengths of reinforcing steel bars by providing full strength in tension and compression and stress revesal applications.

Quick and easy to install: Develops higher tensil strength than lap splicing in reinforced concrete.