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When reinforcing concrete, is it necessary tie all intersecting rebar together?

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Question: When reinforcing concrete, is it necessary tie all intersecting rebar together?
Top Answer (58% of 34 votes): Always.

Answer: In most cases
Explanation: In certain situations, for the purposes of load transfer, reentrant corner reinforcement, and other isolated situations it is not necessary to tie rebar, but in a mat situation it is necessary in order to achieve correct spacing of reinforcing members.
Maven Group LLC
Answer: Always
Explanation: This keeps the rebar in place when pouring the concrete.
Barrows Contracting Inc
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: In most cases keep all rebar together
Colorado Concrete
Answer: In most cases
Explanation: Best to tie all rebar together and all lap bars as well.
Concrete services
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: depends on use of concrete
Black Dirt Services LLC
Answer: Always
Explanation: It will move if u don't secure
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