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In April 2000 a new British Standard the 'Specification for scheduling, dimensioning, bending and cutting of

steel reinforcement for concrete' was introduced; BS 8666 displacing BS 4466, the previous standard

described here for reference purposes.

Use the links below for quick navigation around this page.

BS 4466 - Measurement of bending dimensions - 1989

O !referred Shapes

O on-!referred Shapes

O BS 4466 otes

O Bar Mass Data Table

O Minimum former radii, bend and hook allowances

BS 4466 - !referred Shapes

Method of measurement of bending

dimensions

Total length

of bar (L)

measured

along centre

line

Shape

Code

20

A

Shape

Code

32

A+h

Shape

Code

33

A+2h

Shape

Code

34

A+n

Where the

overall

dimension of

the bob is

critical, use

shape code

37.

Shape

Code

35

A+2n

Where the

overall

dimension of

either bob is

critical, do not

use this shape

code.

Shape

Code

37

A+(B)-r-d

This formula is

approximate.

Where r is

greater than

the minimum

value in table

3 BS 4466

Method of measurement of bending

dimensions

Total length

of bar (L)

measured

along centre

line

Shape

Code

41

If angles with

the horizontal

are 45 or

less:

A+B+(C)

see note 4.

Shape

Code

43

If angles with

the horizontal

are 45 or

less:

A+2B+C+(E)

see note 4.

Shape

Code

51

A+(B)-R-d

This formula is

approximate,

if R is

minimum, use

shape 37. If R

is greater than

200mm, see

note 2 to

clause 10 BS

4466 1989.

Shape

Code

61

2(A+B)+12d

Neither A nor

B are to be

less than 12d

or 150mm,

whichever is

the greater,

for grade 460

in sizes not

exceeding 20

mm nor less

than 14d for

sizes of 25mm

and over.

Neither A nor B are to be less than 10d for grade 250

with a minimum value of A and B of 100mm. See

note 3.

1989, use

shape code

51.

Shape

Code

38

A+B+(C)-r-

2d

Shape

Code

62

If angle with

horizontal is

45 or less.

A+(C)

See note 4.

Shape

Code

82

2A+3B+18d

If B is greater

than 400+2d,

see note 2 to

clause 10 BS

4466 1989.

See note 3

otes:

O for the BS 4466

notes - click here

BS 4466 - on-!referred Shapes

Method of measurement of bending

dimensions

Total length of

bar (L)

measured

along centre

line

Shape

Code

39

A+0.57B+(C)-

1.57d

If B is greater

than 400+2d,

see note 2 to

clause 10 BS

4466 1989

Shape

Code

42

If angle with

horizontal is 45

or less.

A+B+C+n

See note 4.

Shape

Code

45

If angle with

horizontal is 45

or less.

A+B+(C)-r-d

See note 4.

Shape

Code

49

If angle with

horizontal is 45

or less.

A+B+(C)

See note 4.

Shape

Code

52

A+B+C+(D)-

1r-3d

Method of measurement of bending

dimensions

Total length of

bar (L)

measured along

centre line

Shape

Code

77

2A+B+20d

See note 3

Shape

Code

78

2A+B+C+3d

See note 3

Shape

Code

79

2A+3B+10d

Neither A nor B

shall be less than

12d or 150mm,

whichever is the

greater, for grade

460 in sizes not

exceeding 20mm

not less than 14d

for sizes of 25mm

and over.

Neither A nor B are to be less than 10d for grade 250

with a minimum value of A and B of 100mm. See

note 3

Shape

Code

85

A+B+0.57C+(D)-

r-2.57d

If C is greater than

400+2d see note 2

to clause 10 BS

4466 1989

Shape

Code

53

A+B+C+D+(E)-

2r-4d

Shape

Code

54

A+B+(C)-r-2d

Shape

Code

55

A+B+C+D+(E)-

2r-4d

Shape

Code

65

A

These bars will

be supplied

straight when

the radius is

greater than that

given in table 5

of BS 4466 1989

Shape

Code

87

where B is not

greater than A/5.

C/B n (A-d)

(L<12m)

Where A is the

external diameter

of helix (in mm)

B is the pitch of

helix (in mm)

C is the overall

height of helix (in

mm).

Where B is greater

than A/5 the

formula does not

apply.

There shall be at least two full turns in the helix.

Note, unless A is small relative to d, this shape is

fabricated in a closed form and pulled to shape on site.

Shape

Code

99

All other shapes To be calculated

A dimensional

sketch shall be

drawn out over

schedule columns

A to E.

Every dimension that is to allow for the permissable

deviations shall be indicated in parenthesis, otherwise

the fabricator is free to choose which dimension shall

allow for the tolerance. If a shape that is given in this

table or in table 1 BS 4466 1989 is required but a

different dimension is to allow for the permissable

deviations, the shape code 99 & the free dimension

shall be indicated in parenthesis. The tolerances given

in table 4 BS 4466 1989 also apply.

BS 4466 - Quick avigation go back

otes:

1. r indicates the minimum value in the table 3 BS

4466 1989

2. The dimensions in parenthesis are the free

dimensions

3. To avoid separate equations for each steel grade

and bending radius, simplified total length

formulae are used for shape codes 61, 77, 78,

79 and 82. These formulae are necessarily

approximate.

4. The length formula is approximate and when

bending angles exceed 45 the length should be

calculated more accurately allowing for the

difference between the specified overall

dimensions and the true length measured along

the central axis of the bar or wire. When the

bending angles approach 90, it is preferable to

specify shape code 99 with a fully dimensional

sketch.

BAR MASS per linear metre (kg/m) :-

50mm: 15.413kg/m 40mm: 9.864kg/m 32mm: 6.313kg/m 25mm: 3.854kg/m 20mm: 2.466kg/m

16mm: 1.579kg/m 12mm: 0.888kg/m 10mm: 0.616kg/m 8mm: 0.395kg/m 6mm: 0.222kg/m

BS 4466 - Quick avigation go back

Minimum former radii, bend and hook allowances

Bar

Size

Grade 250 bars complying with the

requirements of BS 4449 (type and

grade R) and BS 6744 type S

d r 1 n h

61+ 12 100 100

Bar

Size

Grade 460 bars complying with the

requirements of BS 4449 (type and

grade T) and BS 6744 type S

d r 1 n h

61+ 18 100 100

Fabric

Size

Sheet Fabric complying with the

requirements of BS 4483

standard size 4.8m x 2.4m

d r 1 n h

5 15 100 100

8 16 100 100

10 20 100 100

12 24 100 110

16 32 100 150

20+ 40 100 180

25+ 50 130 230

32+ 64 160 290

40+ 80 200 360

50+ 100 250 450

8 24 100 100

10 30 100 110

12 36 100 140

16 48 100 180

20+ 60 110 220

25+ 100 180 350

32+ 128 230 450

40+ 160 280 560

50+ 200 350 700

6 18 100 100

7 21 100 100

8 24 100 100

9 27 120 135

10 30 120 135

12 36 130 145

**The use of hooks as end anchorages is not normally necessary with deformed bars.

1 It should be borne in mind that special precautions such as reducing the speed of

bending or increasing the radius of bending may necessary in cold weather. For bending

and rebending on site refer to BS 8110.

+ Non-preferred size for grade 250 bars.

+ Non-preferred size for grade 460 bars.

TE: These radii are the minimum radii of the formers for material complying with the

relevant British standard. Certain design situations may call for larger radii and for these

the recommendations in BS 8100 should be followed.

Radius of bending:- maximum values requiring bending

Bar Size 6 8 10 12 16 20 25 32 40

Radius (m) 2.5 2.75 3.5 4.25 7.5 14 30 43 58

.B. Bars to be formed to a radius exceeding the above dimensions will be supplied

straight.

see clause 8 BS 4466 1989 for

definition of .

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