High-strength Steel Rebar

October 2013
Concrete Construction;Oct2013, p1
Product Review
The article offers brief information on the MMFX2 corrosion-resistant, high-strength reinforcing steel rebar (reinforcing bars) from steel technology firm MMFX Technologies Corp.


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