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  • What is Zinc infiltration?

    Zinc infiltration is the process of applying zinc to the surface of a material through various methods such as hot dip galvanizing, electroplating or thermal spraying. This process is often used to provide corrosion protection, enhance the appearance of the material, and increase its overall dura...
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  • Post-Tension Bar System Revolutionizing Bridge Construction Techniques

    Post-Tension Bar System Revolutionizing Bridge Construction Techniques In a groundbreaking move, bridge construction techniques have taken a giant leap forward with the introduction of the post-tension bar system. This innovative construction method, which employs high-strength steel bars to rein...
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  • How to keep low carbon emission in construction?

    In today’s modern world, there is an increasing need to minimize the amount of carbon emissions released into the environment to avoid the catastrophic effects of climate change. This is especially important in the construction industry, where large projects can have large carbon footprints...
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  • Soil Nail

    In recent news, the use of soil nailing has been grabbing the attention of the construction industry. Soil nailing is an innovative technique that acts as a stabilizer for walls, slopes, and excavation sites. The process involves inserting steel bars or anchors into the soil at a certain angle, t...
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  • Prestressed Concrete

    1. What is prestressed concrete Simply put, it is concrete formed under stress. Reinforcement bars are placed in a form and stressed by the stretching of the bars at each end, inducing tension in the bar. Concrete is poured into the form and all around the bars while they are still being stretche...
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  • The Difference Between Pretensioning and Post-Tensioning

    The Difference Between Pretensioning and Post-Tensioning

    Sr.No Pretensioning Post-tensioning 1. Pretension is the technique in which we are imparting tension in strands before placing the concrete. Post tensioning is done by forming a duct in which strands are pulled (tensioned) after the concrete gains it’s full strength. 2. Small section...
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  • What is Pre-Stressed Steel?

    What is Pre-Stressed Steel?

    The overall reason to pre-stress steel is that it raises both the quality and the resistance to tension and compression characteristics of the steel. Although apparently recent, pre-stressed steel is a material whose origins date back a long way. The adoption of the technique of prestressing is a...
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  • Do what a responsible country do

    In the face of some rumors and disinformation on the internet about the outbreak  of the novel coronavirus, as a Chinese foreign trade enterprise, I need to explain to my customers here. The origin of the outbreak is in Wuhan City, because of eating wild animals, so here also reminds you not to e...
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  • 2 containers Prestressing Bar to India

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  • Post-tensioning bars for bridge and structural engineering

    Post-tensioning bars for bridge and structural engineering

    Post-tensioning bars are an integral part of modern post-tensioning solutions in bridge construction, structural engineering and the upgrading of structures. PT bar systems comprise post-tensioning thread bars of the grades 500/630, 830/1030, 930/1080, 1080/1230, as well as tested and approved an...
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  • Advantages & Applications Of Post-Tensioning

    Advantages & Applications Of Post-Tensioning

    Post-tensioning, which is a form of prestressing, has several advantages over standard reinforcing steel : 1. It reduces or eliminates shrinkage cracking-therefore no joints, or fewer joints, are needed 2. Cracks that do form are held tightly together 3. It allows slabs and other structural membe...
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