Safer, faster & more flexible solutions for post-installed rebar

Post-Installed Rebar Solutions

Safer, faster & more flexible solutions for post-installed rebar

At Hilti, we know how important it is to get rebar right the first time. With looming deadlines and health and safety guidelines to follow, you can’t afford any costly mistakes – whether that’s incorrect installation or staff shortages due to illness and injury. With Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) and silica dust posing a risk to workers, a safer alternative to traditional methods is needed to protect employees and their employers. We also understand how challenging it can be when your design programme isn’t compatible with other software suites, or when you’re limited to standard applications with inflexible designs. Well, you spoke and we heard! Let’s take a look at our post-installed rebar solutions…

 Hilti technical literature rebar

TECHNICAL LITERATURE

Delve in deeper. We’ve been researching rebar for over 25 years so here are some of our reports and guidebooks for a more detailed technical view.

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Post installed rebar

HOW TO USE POST-INSTALLED REBAR

If you’re looking to extend, join or strengthen walls, slabs, columns or beams, then post-installed rebar systems can help. Whether it’s for new or existing builds, from residential buildings to bridges, Hilti have a solution.

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Software centre for rebar

SOFTWARE CENTRE FOR REBAR

Make rebar design easier with our Hilti PROFIS Rebar software and find which solution can work for your build.

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Hilti post-installed rebar jobsite references

JOBSITE REFERENCES

Take a look at some of our coolest post-installed rebar projects from around the world.

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Hilti post installed rebar RE-500 and ED 3500-A

TYPICAL REBAR APPLICATIONS

Use post-installed rebar to extend, strengthen or add new components to existing structures.

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Hilti post installed rebar HIT-HY 150 MAX, ED 3500-A and HIT-V

REBAR DESIGN GUIDELINES

See how to tackle shorter anchorage lengths, shear reinforcement, shear friction and designing with Eurocode 2.

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