Steel rebar — the usual phrase that refers to reinforcing bar steel — is a common steel bar and an important component of reinforced concrete and reinforced masonry structures. Rebars are formed from mild steel, and are given ridges for better adhesiveness to concrete. Concrete is very strong in compression, but it has almost no strength in tension. To compensate for this deficiency in concrete’s behaviour, steel rebars are strategically integrated into a structure to support the heavy loads. We stock a wide range in metric rebar designations (which represent the nominal bar diameter in millimetres). All rebars comply with Cyprus and international EN10080 standards.