Owens Corning PINKBAR Fiberglass Rebar #3 x 20' (NOTE: PINKBAR™ Fiberglass #3(3/8”) is equivalent to #4(1/2”) steel rebar), Price per 1,500 sticks -

Owens Corning PINKBAR Fiberglass Rebar #3 x 20' (NOTE: PINKBAR™ Fiberglass #3(3/8”) is equivalent to #4(1/2”) steel rebar), Price per 1,500 sticks

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Owens Corning PINKBAR Fiberglass Rebar #3 x 20' (NOTE: PINKBAR™ Fiberglass #3 (3/8”) is equivalent to #4 (1/2”) steel rebar), Price per 1,500 sticks

**NOTE: PINKBAR Fiberglass #3(3/8”) is equivalent to #4(1/2”) steel rebar.

PINKBAR Fiberglass Rebar for Flatwork is intended for slab on ground applications such as: parking slabs, drive-ways, sidewalks, agricultural slabs, and Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP) for streets.

Additional Resource: Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer

**NOTE: PINKBAR Fiberglass #3(3/8”) is equivalent to #4(1/2”) steel rebar.

PINKBAR Fiberglass Rebar for Flatwork is intended for slab on ground applications such as: parking slabs, drive-ways, sidewalks, agricultural slabs, and Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP) for streets.

Compared to Black Bar Steel:

Handling & Placement: In general, field handling and placement is the same as for epoxy or galvanized steel bars. Do NOT shear Fiberglass Rebar. When field cutting of Fiberglass Rebar is necessary, use a fine blade saw, grinder, carborundum or diamond blade. Sealing the ends of Fiberglass Rebar is not necessary. Support chairs are suggested at two-thirds the spacing of steel rebar. Plastic coated tie wire is the preferred option for most projects.