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How to use Binding Wires in Constructions

How to use Binding Wires in Constructions

Binding Wire

Binding Wire is used for the purpose of tying applications in the field of construction. It is used extensively in the construction sector for tying the rebars at the junctions/joints so as to keep the structure intact. Binding wire is made of mild steel.

Types of Binding Wires

Binding wire has the following types where they are used.

  • Constructional Binding Wire, Made by Straightened Cut Wire
  • Black Annealed Binding Wire,For Daily Tying Uses
  • Galvanized Iron Binding Wire
  • Small Coil Rebar Wire
  • Tie Loop Tie Wire,
  • Binding Wire for Packing
  • U Type Binding Wire
  • Book Binding Wire(Stitching Wire)
  • Galvanized Wire
  • Stainless Steel Wire
  • Brass Wire Aluminum Wire
  • PVC coated binding wire

Diameter & Specifications:

Binding Wire is coated with a diameter of 0.16 mm - 2 mm The commonly used diameter is 0.8 mm, 1 mm and 1.2 mm Binding wire used in Structural steel is 12 Kg per Ton It is required to tie 1 Ton of 8 mm bars will be near to 12 Kg 1 Ton of 28mm or 32 mm bars will be close to 7kg

Benefits of binding wires

A Binding Wire manufacturer in India makes these wires flexible enough to fit the multiple usage needs repeatedly The tensile strength of the wires helps in binding the knots without any breakage Annealing allows the wires to stay soft for ease of application They help in pouring the concrete into the frames without dislocation of the rebars To secure secondary frame designs like chairs, spacer bars in construction Holding lapped bars in an ideal position

Different ways of Tying Binding Wires

There are 6 ways of tying binding wires.

  1. Simple Tie - Light floor mats
  2. Wall Tie -Vertical mats
  3. Double-Strand Single Tie - Heavy works
  4. Saddle Saddle
  5. Tie with Twist - Heavy mats to be lifted by crane
  6. Cross Tie - For no twist in bars
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11 Jul, 2019

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