Difference between Cut & Bend Rebar vs TMT Steel

Apr 11, 2021 / By System Admin / in TMT Steel

Cut and Bend TMT

On-Site TMT Bar Bending

2 % Savings overallNo Savings

0 % Wastage

Eliminates/ No scrap produced

5 % Minimum Wastage

Unused material being discarded as scrap

Faster Construction

Saves more time

Hassle-free fast procurement

Requires lesser labor workspace

Slower Construction

Bar bending at site consumes more time

Procurement depends upon stock availability

Requires bigger workspace due to lengthy rods

Higher Structural Strength

Matches IS Requirements

Precisely cut by specialized machinery

Couplers are used for TMT rod joining

Lower Structural Strength

Do not match IS requirement

Inconsistency and uneven manual bending

TMT rods are joined unevenly using fragile wires

No Site Theft

Packed materials delivered to your site on time, as per your construction schedule thus avoiding stacking and loss.

Prone to Pilferage

Since steel rods are dumped at the site and are left unattended, the chances of materials being stolen are much higher.

Requires less Storage Space

No overstacking at site

Easy to audit the quantity

Packed accordingly to bar bending schedule

Requires more Storage Space

Increases on-site inventory

Difficult to segregate & audit all size rods

Unevenly dumped rods consumes more storage space