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Tie Bars & Accessories

Tie bars are essentially deformed high tensile steel bars that are positioned between two solid elements (either between concrete joints or from a concrete edge to a shoulder element). Their design and use are to reduce the chances of movement and separation between elements, and to either prevent or certainly reduce the appearance of transverse cracks.

Construction tie bars while not designed to be load-bearing, do transfer load from one element to another due to their use. However, they should not be used in construction as load-bearing elements.

Tie bars are used in conjunction with tie bar connections, waler plates, and wing nuts within formwork assemblies to maintain positioning and prevent differential deflection.

Within concrete joints, tie bars are used alongside dowel bars and reinforcement to support load transfer across joints and to maintain the elevation of adjacent slabs.

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  1. Adoplug
    Adoplug
    8Kg Tub
    £20.00
  2. tie bar tubing sleeve
    Tie Bar Tubing
    22mm x 2m Lengths (100mtrs)
    £30.00
  3. water barrier nuts
    Water Barrier Nuts
    15mm Flanged
    £2.50
  4. tierob plastic cones
    Tie Rod Plastic Cone
    22mm Cones. 1000no Per Bag
    £18.00
  5. Waler Plates
    Waler Plates
    15mm Pressed Steel
    £2.05
  6. formwork tie bar
    Formwork Tie Bar
    15mm x 6m
    £15.95
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Tie bars are essentially deformed high tensile steel bars that are positioned between two solid elements (either between concrete joints or from a concrete edge to a shoulder element). Their design and use are to reduce the chances of movement and separation between elements, and to either prevent or certainly reduce the appearance of transverse cracks.

Construction tie bars while not designed to be load-bearing, do transfer load from one element to another due to their use. However, they should not be used in construction as load-bearing elements.

Tie bars are used in conjunction with tie bar connections, waler plates, and wing nuts within formwork assemblies to maintain positioning and prevent differential deflection.

Within concrete joints, tie bars are used alongside dowel bars and reinforcement to support load transfer across joints and to maintain the elevation of adjacent slabs.

Introduction to Tie Bars & Accessories

Tie bars are essentially deformed high tensile steel bars that are positioned between two solid elements (either between concrete joints or from a concrete edge to a shoulder element). Their design and use are to reduce the chances of movement and separation between elements, and to either prevent or certainly reduce the appearance of transverse cracks.

Construction tie bars while not designed to be load-bearing, do transfer load from one element to another due to their use. However, they should not be used in construction as load-bearing elements.

Tie bars are used in conjunction with tie bar connections, waler plates, and wing nuts within formwork assemblies to maintain positioning and prevent differential deflection.

Within concrete joints, tie bars are used alongside dowel bars and reinforcement to support load transfer across joints and to maintain the elevation of adjacent slabs.

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