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Non load-bearing structural welding in precast construction

Non load-bearing welding has so far played only a minor role in reinforced-concrete construction. Its application differs from country to country: Some countries, e.g. the USA or Japan, make much more use of this joining and/or connection technique. The great advantages of non load-bearing welding in reinforced-concrete construction are:

Manufacture and/or connection of reinforcement in the plant takes place at a much faster rate

Manufacture of prefabricated and transport-stable reinforcing cages

Exact positioning of the reinforcing bars required

Precise adherence to the required concrete...

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