The steel welded mesh to ensure the quality of the proj […]
The steel welded mesh to ensure the quality of the project is manufactured by automated and intelligent production lines under strict quality control. Mesh size, steel specifications, and quality are strictly controlled. Human network leakage, unsafe binding, binding errors and The occurrence of problems such as malicious builds.
The mesh steel is large, the elasticity is good, the spacing is uniform, and the welding point strength is high. Therefore, the quality of the project has been greatly improved. In order to improve the earthquake and cracking properties, the welded steel mesh of longitudinal and transverse steel bars forms a network structure, so It is good with concrete, bond and Anchorage, and load can be distributed with diffusion, which can significantly improve the seismic and cracking properties of reinforced concrete structures.The actual test shows that compared with the artificial bonding net, the road paving welded steel net can reduce more than 75% of the cracks.
At present, the actual strength of a large number of steel bars is 210N/mm, and the design strength of the steel welded mesh is 360N/mm. According to the principle of equal strength substitution, taking into account comprehensive factors, the use of steel wires can save more than 30% of the steel use. When the steel mesh is transported to On site, no further processing is required and no loss. As shown in 4, speed up the construction progress and use welded steel mesh to speed up the construction progress.
As long as the welded steel mesh is laid in accordance with the requirements, concrete can be poured to avoid steel cutting, placement and binding. It can save 50%-70% of the working time, greatly speed up the construction progress and shorten the construction period. Although the project cost is reduced, the steel reinforcement is high To disperse steel, but it can reduce the cost of steel projects by 5%--10% and considerable economic benefits, considering factors such as materials, material losses, construction speed, construction difficulties, labor costs, processing costs and mechanical processing costs.