• AS/NZS 4671:2001

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    Steel reinforcing materials

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    Published date:  04-02-2001

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS/NZS 4671:2001 Steel reinforcing materials
    4 - PREFACE
    6 - CONTENTS
    7 - FOREWORD
    8 - 1 SCOPE
    8 - 2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    9 - 3 DEFINITIONS
    9 - 3.1 Ageing
    9 - 3.2 Bar
    9 - 3.3 Characteristic value
    9 - 3.3.1 Lower characteristic value
    9 - 3.3.2 Upper characteristic value
    9 - 3.4 Decoiled steel
    9 - 3.5 Deformed reinforcement
    9 - 3.5.1 Indented reinforcement
    9 - 3.5.2 Ribbed reinforcement
    9 - 3.6 Mesh
    9 - 3.7 Mesh, length of
    9 - 3.8 Mesh, longitudinal bars in
    10 - 3.9 Mesh, overhang of
    10 - 3.10 Mesh, pitch of
    10 - 3.11 Mesh, purpose made
    10 - 3.12 Mesh, transverse bars in
    10 - 3.13 Mesh, twin bars in
    10 - 3.14 Mesh, width of
    10 - 3.15 Plain reinforcing steel
    10 - 3.16 Reinforcing steel
    10 - 3.17 Rib, longitudinal
    10 - 3.18 Rib, transverse
    10 - 3.19 Steel producer
    10 - 3.20 Steel processor
    10 - 4 NOTATION
    11 - 5 CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGNATION
    11 - 5.1 Classification
    11 - 5.2 Designation
    12 - 5.3 Standard grades
    12 - 5.4 Designation of welded mesh
    13 - 6 MANUFACTURING METHODS
    13 - 6.1 Production
    13 - 6.2 Processing
    13 - 6.2.1 Bars and coils
    13 - 6.2.2 Mesh
    13 - 6.3 Manufacturing control
    13 - 7 CHEMICAL, MECHANICAL AND DIMENSIONAL REQUIREMENTS
    13 - 7.1 Chemical composition and weldability
    14 - 7.2 Mechanical properties
    14 - 7.2.1 General
    15 - 7.2.2 Tensile properties
    15 - 7.2.3 Bending and rebending properties
    15 - 7.2.4 Fatigue strength
    15 - 7.2.5 Shear strength of joints in mesh
    16 - 7.3 Geometric properties
    16 - 7.3.1 Diameters, cross-sectional areas and masses
    16 - 7.3.2 Lengths of bars
    16 - 7.3.3 Straightness tolerance
    16 - 7.3.4 Coil size
    17 - 7.4 Surface geometry
    17 - 7.4.1 General
    17 - 7.4.2 Geometry of ribs and indentations
    19 - 7.5 Form and dimensions of mesh
    19 - 7.5.1 General
    19 - 7.5.2 Bar arrangement
    19 - 7.5.3 Commonly available mesh
    19 - 7.5.4 Purpose-made mesh
    21 - 7.5.5 Pitch
    21 - 7.5.6 Sheet size tolerances
    22 - 7.5.7 Welds
    22 - 7.5.8 Deemed to comply rib or indentation geometry
    22 - 8 SAMPLING AND TESTING FOR MANUFACTURING CONTROL
    22 - 9 IDENTIFICATION
    22 - 9.1 Identification of standard grades of reinforcing steels
    23 - 9.2 Identification of the steel producer
    23 - 9.3 Labelling of reinforcing steel
    25 - APPENDIX A - MEANS FOR DEMONSTRATING COMPLIANCE WITH THIS STANDARD
    25 - A1 SCOPE
    25 - A2 STATISTICAL SAMPLING
    25 - A3 PRODUCT CERTIFICATION
    25 - A4 SUPPLIER'S QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    26 - A5 OTHER MEANS OF ASSESSMENT
    27 - APPENDIX B - MANUFACTURING CONTROL
    27 - B1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
    27 - B1.1 Scope
    27 - B1.2 Application
    27 - B1.3 Definitions
    27 - B2 NOTATION
    28 - B3 SAMPLING AND TESTING FREQUENCY
    29 - B4 EVALUATION AND CONFORMANCE OF BATCH QUALITY PARAMETERS
    29 - B4.1 Tensile parameters
    29 - B4.2 Other parameters
    30 - B5 ACTION ON NON-CONFORMING BATCHES
    30 - B6 DETERMINATION OF LONG-TERM QUALITY LEVEL
    30 - B6.1 General
    30 - B6.2 Evaluation of results
    30 - B6.3 Conformance to long-term quality levels
    31 - B7 MATERIAL NOT COVERED BY LONG-TERM QUALITY LEVEL
    31 - B7.1 General
    31 - B7.2 Extent of sampling and testing
    32 - B7.3 Properties to be tested
    33 - B7.4 Evaluation of results
    34 - B7.5 Test report
    35 - APPENDIX C - REQUIREMENTS FOR DETERMINING THE MECHANICAL AND GEOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF REINFORCEMENT
    35 - C1 GENERAL
    35 - C2 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
    35 - C2.1 General
    35 - C2.2 Tensile properties
    35 - C3 GEOMETRIC PROPERTIES
    35 - C3.1 Rib geometry
    37 - C3.2 Indentation geometry
    38 - C3.3 Mass per unit length of reinforcing steels
    38 - C4 BOND TEST FOR CLASSIFICATION BY PERFORMANCE
    38 - C4.1 Objective
    39 - C4.2 Test pieces
    39 - C4.3 Test prisms or cylinders
    39 - C4.4 Apparatus
    39 - C4.5 Procedure
    40 - C4.6 Free-end slip
    40 - C4.7 Test report
    40 - C5 Mesh weld shear strength
    42 - APPENDIX D - PURCHASING GUIDELINES
    42 - D1 INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE PURCHASER
    42 - D2 CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE AND TEST CERTIFICATES
    42 - D2.1 Certificate of compliance
    42 - D2.2 Test certificate
    42 - D3 INSPECTION
    43 - AMENDMENT CONTROL SHEET

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    Sets out specifications for Australian and New Zealand Steel reinforcing materials (bars, coils and welded mesh). Requirements for chemical, mechanical and physical properties for three different strength grades and the three different ductility classes are also covered.

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    This Standard specifies requirements for the chemical composition and the mechanical and geometrical properties of reinforcing steel used for the reinforcement of concrete in the form of(a) deformed or plain bars and coils;(b) machine-welded mesh; and(c) continuously threaded bars.This Standard does not apply to prestressing steels, stainless steel reinforcement, epoxy-coated steels and galvanized steels.NOTES: 1 Means for demonstrating compliance with this Standard are given in Appendix A.2 Prestressing steels are covered by AS 1310, AS 1311, AS 1313.3 Information on stainless steel reinforcement may be found in other internationally (accepted) Standards such as BS 6744 or ASTM A955M.

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    Committee BD-084
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status AvailableSuperseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes
    Under Revision

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    Amendment 1 see DR 02474 CP First published in Australia as part of AS A81-1958, AS A82-1958, AS A83-1958, AS A84-1958, AS A92-1958 and AS A97-1965.Second edition AS A81-1965.Second edition AS A92-1965.Second edition AS A82-1966.Second edition AS A83-1966.Second edition AS A84-1966.Third edition AS A82-1971.AS A81-1965, AS A83-1966, AS A92-1965 and AS A97-1965 revised, amalgamated and redesignated as AS 1302-1973.AS A82-1971 revised and redesignated as AS 1303-1973.AS A84-1966 revised and redesignated as AS 1304-1973.Second edition AS 1302-1977.Third edition AS 1302-1982..Second edition AS 1303-1984.Second edition AS 1304-1984.Fourth edition AS 1302-1991.Third edition AS 1303-1991.Third edition AS 1304-1991.First published in New Zealand as part of NZS 197:1949, NZS 1255:1956, NZS 1693:1962, NZS 1879:1964 and NZS 3423P:1972.NZS 197:1949 revised and redesignated as NZS 3421:1972.NZS 1255:1956 revised and redesignated as NZS 3422:1972.NZS 1693:1962, NZS 1879:1964 and NZS 3423P:1972 revised, amalgamated and redesignated as NZS 3402P:1973.Second edition NZS 3421:1975.Second edition NZS 3422:1975.Second edition NZS 3402:1989.AS 1302-1991, AS 1303-1991, AS 1304-1991, NZS 3421:1975, NZS 3422:1975 and NZS 3402:1989 jointly revised, amalgamated and redesignated as AS/NZS 4671:2001. First published in Australia as part of AS A81-1958, AS A82-1958, AS A83-1958, AS A84-1958, AS A92-1958 and AS A97-1965. Second edition AS A81-1965. Second edition AS A92-1965. Second edition AS A82-1966. Second edition AS A83-1966. Second edition AS A84-1966. Third edition AS A82-1971. AS A81-1965, AS A83-1966, AS A92-1965 and AS A97-1965 revised, amalgamated and redesignated as AS 1302-1973. AS A82-1971 revised and redesignated as AS 1303-1973. AS A84-1966 revised and redesignated as AS 1304-1973. Second edition AS 1302-1977. Third edition AS 1302-1982.. Second edition AS 1303-1984. Second edition AS 1304-1984. Fourth edition AS 1302-1991. Third edition AS 1303-1991. Third edition AS 1304-1991. First published in New Zealand as part of NZS 197:1949, NZS 1255:1956, NZS 1693:1962, NZS 1879:1964 and NZS 3423P:1972. NZS 197:1949 revised and redesignated as NZS 3421:1972. NZS 1255:1956 revised and redesignated as NZS 3422:1972. NZS 1693:1962, NZS 1879:1964 and NZS 3423P:1972 revised, amalgamated and redesignated as NZS 3402P:1973. Second edition NZS 3421:1975. Second edition NZS 3422:1975. Second edition NZS 3402:1989. AS 1302-1991, AS 1303-1991, AS 1304-1991, NZS 3421:1975, NZS 3422:1975 and NZS 3402:1989 jointly revised, amalgamated and redesignated as AS/NZS 4671:2001.

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    AS/NZS 1050.30:1994 Methods for the analysis of iron and steel Determination of boron content - Curcumin spectrophotometric method
    AS 1399-1990 Guide to AS 1199 - Sampling procedures and tables for inspection by attributes
    HB 18.28-1991 Guidelines for third-party certification and accreditation - Guide 28: General rules for a model third-party certification system for products
    AS/NZS 1050.39:1994 Methods for the analysis of iron and steel Determination of chromium content - Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method (Reconfirmed 2016)
    AS 1313-1989 Steel tendons for prestressed concrete - Cold-worked high-tensile alloy steel bars for prestressed concrete
    AS/NZS 1050.38:1994 Methods for the analysis of iron and steel Determination of vanadium content - Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method (Reconfirmed 2016)
    AS/NZS 1050.21:1994 Methods for the analysis of iron and steel Determination of cobalt content - Spectrophotometric method (Reconfirmed 2016)
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    AS 1310-1987 Steel wire for tendons in prestressed concrete
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    AS/NZS 1050.37:1994 Methods for the analysis of iron and steel Determination of copper content - Flame atomic absorption spectrometric method (Reconfirmed 2016)
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    AS 2193-1978 Methods for calibration and grading of force-measuring systems of testing machines
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    AS/NZS 1050.31:1994 Methods for the analysis of iron and steel Determination of niobium content - PAR spectrophotometric method (Reconfirmed 2016)
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    AS/NZS 1050.27:1994 Methods for the analysis of iron and steel Determination of titanium content - Spectrophotometric method (Reconfirmed 2016)
    AS 1391-1991 Methods for tensile testing of metals

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