A coupler is a threaded device used to connect reinforcing bars in order to transfer axial tension, compression, or both from one bar to the other.
A coupling sleeve is a non-threaded device used to connect reinforcing bars in order to transfer axial tension, compression, or both from one bar to the other.
The Global High Tension Couplers Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
System of bar lock couplers, A quick, easy, and affordable technique for splicing deformed rebar in tension and/or compression situations is the Dayton Superior Bar Lock Coupler System. When utilised as a “positional” coupler with the rebar held in place or free to spin, Bar Lock couplers are effective.
Bar Lock couplers physically splice the rebar using lock-shear bolts and serrated grip rails. As the lock-shear bolts are tightened, the serrated grip rails become embedded in the rebar. To guarantee proper installation, the heads of the lock-shear bolts are made to shear off at a specified torque.
A Type 2 rebar coupler for joining two rebar sections is the D250XL Bar Lock XL-Series Coupler. It is made up of a thick-walled tube with serrated grip rails, lock shear bolts with unique design, and a centre stop pin.
USA melted and rolled steel is used to construct the D250XL. Two pieces of rebar with the same diameter are joined together using the D250XL Bar Lock XL-Series Coupler to create a continuous channel of mechanical reinforcement.
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