Reinforced concrete, these days, is synonymous with construction globally. Be it the world's highest building, biggest metro viaduct or longest bridge, they are all built using reinforced concrete.
Improvement in concrete technology has resulted in higher grade of concrete (up to M80) thereby making the structural member leaner.
Constrained by land availability and enabled by enhancement in design capabilities, engineers are opting for leaner structures with higher load carrying capabilities.
Such improvements in technology have been coherent with this requirement. However, with high-strength carbon-alloyed steel reinforcing bars, the biggest challenge has been managing the compatible ductility together with enhanced strength. TATA Tiscon Fe600 rebars are envisaged to provide the best of both worlds. These reinforcement bars are suitably micro-alloyed to achieve better ductility along with higher strength. TATA Tiscon Fe600 can be used in buildings, bridges, marine facilities and many others to create leaner structures with lesser steel congestion improving construction quality and saving cost.