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Re-defining the TMT Process; The unique patent quenching process developed by intensive R&D effort by the Corporate Technology Center leverages the maximum possible heat transfer rates possible in steel to produce repeatable micro structural quality, with excellent mechanical properties delivering high performance and comfortably exceeds product standards. TI MACHO TMT bars have been benchmarked with best performing premium priced TMT bars in the industry.
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A unique patent technology developed by TI's team of Researchers at
its Corporate Technology Center.

The unique patent quenching process leverages the maximum possible heat transfer rates to produce consistent and uniform micro structural quality steel with excellent mechanical properties. High performance steel that exceeds international standards

CORE & CASE

Soft ferrite & tough pearlite in the core to deliver better ductility & toughness TI MACHO has the right combination of microstructure in case and core which delivers the strength and ductility in the TMT rebar.

Advantage

  • Higher Strength & Higher Ductility
  • Longer life
  • Higher Shock Resistance
  • Higher Corrosion Resistant

Testing Methods

  • UTM
  • Chemical composition
  • Pullout test
  • Bend & Rebend test

TMT Bars​

Ultimate Tensile Strength

The UTS is usually found by performing a tensile test and recording the engineering stress versus strain. The highest point of the stress–strain curve (Engineering stress–strain diagrams above) is the UTS. It is an intensive property; therefore its value does not depend on the size of the test specimen. However, it is dependent on other factors, such as the preparation of the specimen, the presence or otherwise of surface defects, and the temperature of the test environment and material.

TMT Bars​

Chemical composition

A spectrometer is a scientific instrument used to separate and measure spectral components of a physical phenomenon. Spectrometer is a broad term often used to describe instruments that measure a continuous variable of a phenomenon where the spectral components are somehow mixed.
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