The principles applied to the design of buildings and engineering structures, also in terms of reinforcement steel, are currently regulated by standards PN-EN-1992-1-1 (EUROKODU 2). Eurokod 2 replaced the standard PN-B-03264:2002. Steel classification (A-0, A-I, A-II, A-III, AIIIN) applied so far has lost its’ importance, meanwhile yield strength (fyk) and toughness (A, B, C) have become more important. A change of regulations caused abandoning production of many types of steel (among others 34GS, 18G2-b, St0S-b) and replacing them with new, also imported steel.
Reinforced steel offered by Confirme Sp. z o.o.
Classification of reinforced steel
|Steel name||Steel type||
Classification according to
|B500SP||Ribbed||C||AIIIN||High toughness, fusibility|
|B500B||Ribbed||B||AIIIN||Medium toughness, fusibility|
|B500A||Ribbed||A||AIIIN||Low toughness, fusibility|
|S235JR, SAE1006, SAE1008||Smooth||S235JR, SAE1006, SAE1008||A-0||Soft, medium hard, hard|