Reinforcement Bar Couplers

Reinforcement Bar Splicing

The traditional method of connecting reinforcement bars with lap joints continuity in reinforced concrete need not be always appropriate.

Advantages of simplicity and economy in lap splicing is limited to smaller diameter bars, Mumbai Rebar Solutions mechanical couplers offer the solution for splicing when large diameter bars are involved.


Conventional Lap Splicing
Mumbai Rebar Solutions Mechanical Splicing: A union reliability

Technically Superior: Spliced rebar performs like continuous reinforcement. Splicing develops strength mechanically, independent of concrete. Therefore provides ductility in RCC structures independent of condition of concrete. Proven cyclic performance of spliced rebar offers strength during man-made, seismic or other natural events. The continuity of spliced rebar offers excellent provision for grounding electrical current.

Designer friendly:

Mumbai Rebar Solutions coupler reduces rebar congestion and improves concrete flow & consolidation. It offers greater flexibility in design options. The simplicity in detailing of reinforcement, particularly in reinforcement congestion zones minimizes the reinforcement fixing errors, detailing and fixing of seismic reinforcement becomes effortless. Workability with higher steel-to-concrete ratio allows optimum sizing of RCC structural members.

Contractor's preference:

Mumbai Rebar Solutions coupler offers quality, cost and time saving. Fixing couplers requires no special skills or equipments. Simple mechanical ways in adopting mechanical splicing compared to lapping, accelerates construction schedules for optimum cost and efficiency.

Handling the rebar in convenient sizes saves on valuable crane time. It is economical to use couplers for higher diameter rebar as it saves on considerable weight and rebar wastage. Special application for micro-piling, piling, slope protection, pre-cast concrete, slip-forming, formwork protection, top-down construction makes Mumbai Rebar Solutions coupler as a part of any major project.

Mechanical Splicing