Anchor vs Rebar: Post-Installed Rebar Design - Anchor or Reinforcement?

Recent revisions enabled an adhesive system to be approved for post-installing reinforcing bars.

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Recent revisions to the ICC-ES Acceptance Criteria for Post-Installed Adhesive Anchors in Concrete Elements (AC308) have made it possible for an adhesive system to be approved for post-installing reinforcing bars per the development and splice provisions (ACI 318). Therefore, adhesive systems qualified per the provisions of AC308 can now be used with post-installed reinforcing bars designed and installed per the anchoring-to-concrete provisions of ACI 318, and per the development and splice provisions of ACI 318. This presentation will explain the differences between post-installed reinforcing bars designed per ACI 318 anchoring-to-concrete provisions and per ACI 318 development and splice provisions.

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Code Provisions
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Layout of the code landscape as it relates to post-installed rebar, including AC308, the IBC, and ICC-ES ESRs for adhesive anchor systems. There will also be discussion on qualifying products per AC30...

Installation Parameters
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Walk-through of the proper selection steps to verify proper installation of rebar, regardless of anchor or reinforcement design. On-site steps will also be outlined to help ensure proper installation,...

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