Tri Round Bars

What is a round bar?

Long, cylindrical metal bars are commonly used in industrial and commercial applications. The most common application is shafts. When measuring a product, the diameter is typically used. Various diameters are available, ranging from 1/4 inch to 24 inch. Other sizes may be available.


Different Grades

Carbon Steel Grades



Ck 45



Ck 55



Ck 60




0.08 max


Uses And Benefits Of Round Bars

Benefits of using Round Bar

 Corrosion resistance:

Round Bar products are corrosion-resistant, allowing them to be used in a variety of environments. In addition, it can withstand high temperatures and pressures and is fire and heat resistant. Most alkaline solutions and acids, as well as chloride-containing environments, can be resist corrosion with strongly alloyed grades.

 Manufacturing ease:

Today’s advanced steel-making techniques enable Round Bar to be forged, cut, machined, produced, and moulded just as easily as traditional steel. Due to its long useful life, it is often the least expensive content option.

 High and low temperature resistance:

Most grades retain their high power and prevent scaling at high temperatures because they are fire and heat resistant.

 Appealing to the eye:

A variety of surface finishes are available for round bars. With its sleek, attractive appearance, it is simple and easy to maintain. Almost any design or style of kitchen can benefit from round bar appliances.

 Weight-to-strength advantage:

They provide substantial reinforcement compared to high-strength duplex grades and cold-working alone due to their authentic grades and work-hardening properties. It is not only possible to use it over traditional grades with a reduced material thickness, but it is also more cost-effective.


For hospitals, kitchens, and abattoirs with strict hygiene requirements, Round Bar is the best choice. Any food that comes into contact with a round bar will not attract dirt or germs, since it is one of the most hygienic surfaces available.

 Round bar cycle:

As round bars are robust, low maintenance, and require little maintenance, they are often the least expensive option in a life cycle cost analysis. It is essential that the products you use not only meet professional performance requirements, but also have a long service life cycle, be practical in a variety of applications, and be environmentally friendly. They should even be able to be recycled 100 percent.

Round Bar Types

Metal round bars are cylindrical, long metal bars. Round bars come in a variety of materials, including hot or cold rolled steel, stainless steel, aluminum, alloy steel, brass, and more; with diameters ranging from 1/4″ to 24″.

Steel Round Bars

Steel round bars come in two types: cold rolled and hot rolled. For construction applications where precision and finish are not as important, hot rolled round bars are used. For construction purposes, cold rolled round bars are used where superior strength, shafts, and axles are required.

 Stainless Steel Round Bars

Stainless steel round bars have excellent corrosion resistance. Stainless steel will tolerate high levels of acidity in chlorine-containing environments or alkaline solutions.

 Aluminum Round Bars

Aluminum round bars are lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and easy to machine and cut. Aluminum round bars are commonly used for supports, trim, shafts, braces, pins, and dowels.

 Brass Round Bars

Brass bars are used when strength, electrical conductivity, corrosion resistance, and spark resistance are important. In addition to being easy to machine and polish, brass has an appealing sheen when it is buffed. Brass bar is used in marine hardware, instruments, fasteners, and fittings.

 HS Code

HSN Code

Product Description


Of circular cross section:


Bright bars:




Other bars and rods of other alloy steel; angles, shapes and sections, of other alloy steel; hollow drill bars and rods, of alloy or non-alloy steel

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What is a Deformed bar?

Concrete is more readily bonded to steel bars that have lugs, ribs, or deformities on the surface of the bar. Deformed steel bars have more tensile stress than plain steel bars. There is no need for end hooks on these bars. The deformations along the bar should be substantially uniformly spaced. 

In reinforced concrete around mild steel bars, several deformed bars with projecting ribs or twisted to improve the bond with concrete are commonly used to limit cracks that may develop due to stretching and loss of bond under load. These bars come in diameters ranging from 6 mm to 50 mm.

In addition, deformed bars should have bonds that are 40 to 80 percent stronger than plain round bars of the same nominal size. Plain round bars of the same nominal size have a higher tensile stress.

Cold twisted deformed (ribbed or Tor steel bars) bars are recommended by structural engineers.

Different Grades

These grades are available in standard sizes such as 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 20mm, 25mm, 28mm, 32mm and 36mm. The available lengths of the deformed bar are 6m, 7.5m, 9m, 10.5m and 12m. All about Deformed Bars.





10, 12, 16, 20, 25, 28, 32, 36

6, 7.5, 9, 10.5, 12


10, 12, 16, 20, 25, 28, 32, 36

6, 7.5, 9, 10.5, 12

Uses And Benefits Of Deformed Bars

Benefits of Deformed Steel Bar

  • Reinforcing bars of this type are stronger than those of other types.
  • To achieve the same strength effect, less material is required.
  • Almost any project can benefit from this tool.
  • Small residential projects are suitable for this product.
  • Large commercial and industrial projects are suitable for this product.
  • Smaller projects can be delivered in stock lengths.

Whenever fabric sheets or trench mesh require additional reinforcement, deformed bar is used. Construction of monolithic concrete structures is made possible by the use of reinforcing bars. The reinforcement bars, on the other hand, increase the stability and resistance to mechanical stress.

Round Bar Types

  • Hot Rolled Deformed Bars. Hot rolled deformed bars are also known as Thermo mechanically treated bars or TMT Bars.
  • Cold Rolled Steel Bars. Cold Rolled Steel bars looks similar as Hot rolled bars although these are made at room temperature.
  • Mild Steel Bars.
  • Twisted Steel Bars.
  • Welded Steel Wire.
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