PC Wire and PC Strand Expand Constructions' Life Span
In order to improve service performance of constructions, we can put prestressing force ahead. Structures or constructions receive prestressing force ahead can completely or partially bear the load caused by the tensile stress, therefore it can avoid structural damage or delay the structural damage time. Our company is one of the leading manufacturers of PC wire, PC strand and reinforcing steel bars. Our prestressing concrete wire strand with high bonding force, low relaxation and high corrosion resistance is your best choice. We have various kinds of PC wire and PC strand, and can supply products according to different diameters, different length, different surface treatment and different standards. All can be produced according to customers' special requirements.
Main products: PC wire series, PC strand series and steel bar series are all available.
With high tensile strength and high crack resistance, PC wire is widely used in prestressed concrete structures, bridge structures industrial and factory buildings, road structures, poles, dams, etc.
With high bonding force, high crack resistance, high fatigue resistance, high corrosion resistance, PC strand is widely used in concrete structures, road and bridge structures, building structures, etc.
With high bonding force and high fatigue resistance, reinforcing steel bar is widely used in concrete structures.
- High tensile strength and low relaxation.
- High corrosion resistance.
- High bonding force.
- Better performance at elevated temperature.
- Toughness maintains a long time.
- Prestressed concrete structures.
- Building and industry constructions.
- Bridge and road structures.
- Marine and offshore structures.
Reference standards: AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, EN, GB, JIS, ISO, EN.
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