Steel Rebar

image2Reinforcing bar, or rebar, is a common steel bar that is hot rolled and is used widely in the construction industry. Steel rebar is most commonly used as a tensioning devise to reinforce concrete and other masonry structures to help hold the concrete in a compressed state.

Common reinforcement bar is supplied with heavy ridges to assist in binding the reinforcement to the concrete mechanically – this is commonly referred to as deformed bar.

Tseda Trading Plc stocks a wide variety of rebar sizes, grades, and finishes including black rebar, epoxy coated rebar and fabricated rebar. We are committed to have what our customer’s need, when they need it.

 

 

Angle Iron

image2Angle iron falls under the category of structural steel. The iron or steel items often are used for repairs requiring structural strength with relatively little weight. Angle iron comes in varying lengths and sizes. The metal is bent into an L-shape with the bend extending the length of the iron. This creates flat services extending both horizontally and vertically giving the piece strength in both directions.

Sizes are commonly stated as the thickness of the iron by the size of each leg of the L. Angle iron pieces are available in lengths up to 8 feet but can be cut to length using a chop saw or hack saw.

 

Hollow section

image3Rectangular Hollow Section (RHS) / Square Hollow Sections (SHS). Referred to as Box Steel, Square Steel, Tube Steel or Rectangular Steel tube.

RHS / SHS has many uses such as structural applications in residential, commercial and industrial construction. For the Handyman around the house RHS/SHS can be used for many applications such as fence posts, fence rails, gate frames, screening, bearers and joists for flooring/decking, trailers, shelving and the list goes on. If you have an idea it can be fabricated with RHS/SHS.

*Available in Handyman lengths in selected sizes.

 

Sheet metal

image4It is one of the fundamental forms used in metalworking and it can be cut and bent into a variety of shapes. Countless everyday objects are constructed with sheet metal. Thicknesses can vary significantly; extremely thin thicknesses are considered foil or leaf, and pieces thicker than 6 mm (0.25 in) are considered plate.

Sheet metal is available in flat pieces or coiled strips.