If you’re in the rebar and steel business, you’ve probably heard of a product called MST-Bar—especially since it has become increasingly popular due to recent supply chain issues and price increases. MST-Bar is a high modulus GFRP (Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer) Rebar for concrete reinforcement projects that serves as an alternative to traditional steel rebar.
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