Galiawa knows how important it is for you to have all the resources you need available in order to meet goals and stay on budget, and ultimately, successfully complete your project.  That is why we stay committed to expanding and upgrading our facilities and equipment so we may better serve our customers.  With one large plant in Erbil and plans to open another plant soon, we are able to efficiently handle all your needs for steel rebar and post tension cable.

Our products

  • Rebar


Product Sheet



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Always wear gloves and eye protection when handling and tying rebar that is rusty.

Flush cuts with water or peroxide, cover, and see a physician.

Tuck in shoestrings and pant legs to prevent hang-ups when walking through flatwork.

Rebar, also known as reinforcement steel and reinforcing steel, is a steel bar used in reinforced concrete and masonry structures to strengthen and hold the concrete in tension.  We

These bars are extensively used for reinforcement purposes in the construction


  • 6mm 8mm 10mm 12mm 14mm 16mm 20mm 22mm 25mm 30mm 32mm
  • 6-12m or according to customer’s requirement or in coil

  • Low carbon value: resulting in good ductility, strength and welding ability
  • Superior bonding strength
  • 100% welding capability
  • High tensile strength: perfect for bending and re-bending
  • Satisfactorily malleable, minimum weight and maximum strength, and suitable for both compression and tension reinforcement

  • All job site employees should be trained to recognize when rebar becomes a hazard.
  • Routinely pick up scrap rebar to prevent trip hazards.
  • When caps are unavailable, bend rebar over or cap with a 2×4 “L” to protect employees from injury.
  • When rebar is being hoisted “stay clear”. Rebar can easily slip out of mats and cages.
  • Cover exposed rebar with the correct protective cap.
  • Cap all rebar that someone could fall on.

Ideal for applications including;

  • Primary reinforcement: Used to provide resistance to support design loads.
  • Secondary reinforcement: Used for durability and aesthetic purposes by providing localized resistance to limit cracking and temperature-induced stresses.
  • Provide resistance to concentrated loads, spreading it through a wider area.
  • Assist other steel bars in accommodating their loads by holding them in the correct position.
  • External steel tie bars to constrain and reinforce masonry structures.