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SNZ - AS/NZS 4671

Steel reinforcing materials

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Organization: SNZ
Publication Date: 2 April 2001
Status: inactive
Page Count: 43
scope:

This Standard specifies requirements for the chemical composition and the mechanical and geometrical properties of reinforcing steel used for the reinforcement of concrete in the form of-

(a) deformed or plain bars and coils;

(b) machine-welded mesh; and

(c) continuously threaded bars.

This Standard does not apply to prestressing steels, stainless steel reinforcement, epoxy-coated steels and galvanized steels.

NOTES:

1 Means for demonstrating compliance with this Standard are given in Appendix A.

2 Prestressing steels are covered by AS 1310, AS 1311, AS 1313.

3 Information on stainless steel reinforcement may be found in other internationally (accepted) Standards such as BS 6744 or ASTM A955M.

Document History

December 13, 2019
Steel for the reinforcement of concrete
This Standard specifies requirements for the chemical composition, mechanical properties and geometric properties of steel used for reinforcing concrete, in the form of — (a) deformed or plain bars...
AS/NZS 4671
April 2, 2001
Steel reinforcing materials
This Standard specifies requirements for the chemical composition and the mechanical and geometrical properties of reinforcing steel used for the reinforcement of concrete in the form of— (a)...
April 2, 2001
Steel reinforcing materials
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