The stirrup is defined as the transverse reinforcement used in reinforced columns and beams. Depending on the section of the replaced element, it is a thin rod or cross-section mesh equipment which was bent in the shape of rectangle, square, polygon, and circle.
– Stirrup is required to increase the strength of the local fatigue of the bending reinforcement.
– Stirrup, first of all, is an essential element required to provide its stability in wet concrete for the installation and placement of the reinforcement cage.
– With ease and wastage close to zero, plain and stirrup reinforcements are meticulously manufactured by qualified personnel in every desired geometric shape, scale and size.