|Minimum Order Quantity||25 Tonne|
|Single Piece Length||6 meter|
|Delivery Period||3-5 days|
|Minimum Order Quantity||25 TONNE|
TMT bars, or Thermo-Mechanically Treated bars, are a type of steel reinforcement bar commonly used in construction and civil engineering projects. They are essential components in reinforced concrete structures like buildings, bridges, dams, and more. TMT bars have gained popularity over traditional mild steel bars due to their superior properties.
Here are some key features and benefits of TMT bars:
Strength: TMT bars have high tensile strength, which makes them suitable for bearing heavy loads and providing structural stability in buildings and infrastructure.
Ductility: They exhibit good ductility and can withstand deformation without breaking, making them ideal for earthquake-prone regions.
Corrosion Resistance: TMT bars have better corrosion resistance due to their manufacturing process, which involves rapid cooling after hot rolling. This reduces the chances of rusting and extends the lifespan of the bars.
Weldability: TMT bars can be easily welded to form various structural shapes and configurations, enhancing their versatility in construction.
Economical: TMT bars are cost-effective because they use less steel while providing the same or better structural strength compared to conventional bars.
The manufacturing process of TMT bars involves three main stages:
Hot Rolling: The steel billets are heated to a high temperature and passed through a series of rollers to shape them into the desired bar size and shape.
Quenching: After hot rolling, the bars are rapidly cooled by being passed through water or air jets. This process, known as quenching, imparts the desired mechanical properties to the bars.
Tempering: The quenched bars are then subjected to controlled heating, which softens the outer layer while maintaining the strength and ductility of the inner core. This process is called tempering.