Locally Fabricated
by R&W Distributors

Because steel and concrete have compatible heat expansion coefficients, steel rebar is often used in concrete structures for added strength and stability. Standard rebar classifications rate the bars by diameter, with #10 rebar measuring a diameter of 1 1/8 inches. This makes #10 rebar well-suited for use in medium- to heavy-duty construction projects, since concrete structures benefit from rebar’s high tensile strength. #32 is the metric equivalent or “soft size” of #10 rebar.

Gr. 60 | Available in 20′ Lengths

Physical Characteristics of #7 Rebar

Imperial Bar Size “Soft” Metric Size Weight per unit length (lb/ft) Mass per unit length (kg/m) Nominal Diameter (in) Nominal Diameter (mm) Nominal Area(in2) Nominal Area (mm2)
#10 #32 4.303 6.418 1.27 32.26 1.27 819

Weight per unit length: 4.303 pounds per foot

Nominal diameter: 1.127 inches

Nominal area: (square inches): 1.27