Fletcher Reinforcing supplies steel mesh and reinforcing steel that is used to enhance the strength of concrete foundations, staying involved in the job through multiple stages, from beginning to end. Reinforcing bar or rebar is the core of their business and they offer a complete range of both grade 300E and 500E plain, deformed and threaded reinforcing steel rebar. Each grade has a variety of diameters available.
All the steel rebar supplied by Fletcher Reinforcing is produced in New Zealand by Pacific Steel. Seismic® reinforcing bar, made by Pacific Steel, is made specifically to meet New Zealand’s unique seismic conditions and is found in commercial, industrial, infrastructure and residential buildings.
Max Frank Concrete Block Spacers are used to ensure that the specified cover to the reinforcement in concrete structures and structural elements is maintained both before and during concreting. Concrete Bar Spacers are used to ensure that the specified cover for concrete structures and structural elements is maintained, both before and during concreting.
Features and benefits of Max Frank concrete block spacers include being compliant with the most demanding clauses of NZS2425:2015, Bar Chairs in Reinforced Concrete, extruded fibre concrete – the optimum material combination with in-situ concrete, and high compressive strength, no deformation in heat or cold, concrete cover accurately maintained.
They are ideal for impermeable concrete, no water path between the spacer and concrete to the reinforcing, with low porosity improving durability of the structure. Spacers remain in position during formwork erection and concreting.
For more information about concrete block or bar spacers, contact Fletcher Reinforcing today either on our website or your nearest Fletcher Reinforcing branch.
As a national business, Fletcher Reinforcing have plenty of experience working on major infrastructure projects. The Fletcher Reinforcing brand has become well regarded by the construction industry, and this means they take their responsibilities seriously, so for more information on formwork systems, steel reinforcement and Max Frank please go to http://www.fletcherreinforcing.co.nz .