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DBDI Splice System. 9Recommended Dowel Bar and Dowel-In Sizes.10Required Development and Lap Lengths for Grade 60, Uncoated Bottom Reinforcement in Normal Weight Concrete.10Typical Threaded Splicing Applications.10D101 Dowel-In, D102 90 Hooked Dowel-In, D103 180 Hooked Dowel-In, D104 Double-Ended Dowel-In. 11D101A Dowel Bar, D102A 90 Hooked Dowel Bar, D103A 180 Hooked Dowel Bar, D104A Double‑Ended Dowel Bar.12Recommended Dowel Bar and Dowel-In Sizes.13Typical DBDI Installation.14D106 DBDI Weldable Coupler.15D50 DBR Coupler System.16D50 DBR Coupler and DBR Setting/Splice Bars.16D51 DBR Straight Bar Threaded One End.17D54 DBR Straight Bar Threaded Both Ends.17D52 DBR 90 Hook Bar and D53 180 Hook Bar Threaded One End.17D51A DBR Straight Bar Threaded One End.18D54A DBR Straight Bar Threaded Both Ends.18D52A DBR 90 Hook Bar and D53A 180 Hook Bar Threaded One End.18How To Install the DBR Coupler System.19Taper-Lock .21General and TechnicalInformationThreadedSplicing SystemsTaper-Lock MiscellaneousProductsThe Taper-Lock System.21D310 Taper-Lock Standard Coupler.22Installation: D310 Taper-Lock Standard Coupler. 23D320 Taper-Lock Transitional Coupler. 24Installation: D320 Taper-Lock Transitional Coupler. 25D330 Taper-Lock Positional Coupler. 26Installation: D330 Taper-Lock Positional Coupler. 27D340 Taper-Lock Flange Coupler. 28D350 Taper-Lock End Anchor Disc. 29D351 Taper‑Lock End Anchor Disc. 30D358 Taper-Lock Female Bolt Head.31D360 Taper-Lock Weldable Coupler. 32D368 Taper-Lock Form Saver. 33D370 Taper-Lock Threaded Bar. 35Sleeve-Lock Threaded Splicing Systems. 9Dayton ShearResistanceSafety Notes and Product Application.1Dayton Superior Technical Assistance.1Table 1.1 Reinforcing Bar Data. 2Table 1.2 Mechanical Requirements for Standard ASTM Deformed Reinforcing Bars. 2Table 1.3 Mechanical Splice ACI and ICC Code Requirements. 3Table 1.4 Deformation Requirements for Standard ASTM Deformed Reinforcing Bars. 3Table 1.5 Chemical Composition Requirements for Standard ASTM Deformed Reinforcing Bars. 3Table 1.6 Grade 60 Rebar. 4Table 1.7 Recommended End Hooks. 4Tables 1.8 and 1.9 Recommended Industry Practice for Stirrup and Tie Hooks. 5Table 1.10 Development ldh of Standard Hooks. 5Table 1.11 Tension Lap Splice Lengths – Grade 60 Uncoated Bars. 6Table 1.12 Metric Conversion Factors. 7End AnchorageGeneral and Technical Information.1Bar Lock Table of Contents07/181

General and TechnicalInformationTable of ContentsSleeve-Lock Grout Sleeve. 35ThreadedSplicing SystemsD410 Sleeve-Lock Grout Sleeve. 35D490 Sleeve-Lock Grout. 36Turbo Grout LT 12. 36D487 Sleeve-Lock Seal Plug. 36D491 Sleeve-Lock Form Plug. 36D492 Sleeve-Lock ¾” SCH40 PVC. 36D493 Sleeve-Lock Port Plug. 36Dayton Shear Resistance (DSR) Products. 37D140 Dayton Shear Resistance DSR Products. 38DSR Installation. 39Taper-Lock End Anchorage.41Sleeve-Lock End Anchorage System.41D158 Two-Piece End Anchor. 42D158B Plain End Anchor. 43D158C Female End Anchor. 43D158D Male End Anchor. 44D158E Double End Anchor. 44D108 Headed Dowel-In. 45D108A Headed Dowel Bar. 45D58 Headed DBR Male Bar. 46D58A Headed Dowel Bar. 47Bar Lock .49 Dayton ShearResistanceD250SCA Bar Lock S/CA-Series Couplers.50 D250L Bar Lock L-Series Coupler.50 D250XL Bar Lock XL-Series Coupler.51 D220 Bar Lock Transition Couplers.51 D251L Bar Lock L-Series End Anchor. 52 D252L Bar Lock L-Series Coupler. 53 D630 Bar Lock Compression Only Coupler. 54 D260 Bar Lock Weldable Couplers. 55Typical Bar Lock Coupler Installation. 56End AnchorageMiscellaneous. 57Baqr Lock D42 Bag Ties. 57PC110 and PC200 Rebar Safety Caps. 57D46 Tie Wire. 57D48 Sure-Guard Rebar Protective Cap. 57D55 MetalStrip . 58How to Order D55 MetalStrip. 59P154 DB Attachment Magnet.60F72 Threaded Steel Setting Plug.600F74 Threaded Plastic Setting Plug.60Supports for Rebar and Wire Mesh.61Index. 65MiscellaneousProducts207/18

Safety Notes and Product ApplicationDayton Superior strives to ensure that all products supplied from its manufacturing plants meet or exceed the safety requirementsinherent in the proper use of its products. However, the performance of a product can be greatly affected by the manner in whichthe product is used. It is imperative that the user be instructed in the proper installation and use of the products displayed in thishandbook prior to job application.Product production runs are constantly sampled and tested to assure the user a high standard of quality. Samples are testedin Dayton Superior test facilities or at independent testing laboratories. The safe working loads listed in this handbook weredetermined from the results of the testing program and other industry sources.Dayton Superior publishes the safe working loads and the associated minimum safety factors of its products and stronglyadvises that the minimum safety factors not be compromised. When there are unusual job conditions, the minimum safetyfactors must be increased by the user. Refer to the provisions of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI A 10.9),the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Act, Part 1910, and the American Concrete Institute (ACI)Recommended Practice for Concrete Formwork (ACI 347) and ACI 318 Building Code when considering product safety factors.DAYTON SUPERIOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCEDayton Superior Technical Assistance has trained personnel to service inquiries, take-offs and details for the users of DaytonSuperior quality splicing accessories.Technical Assistance:877-266-773207/181General andTechnical InfoGeneral and Technical Information

General andTechnical InfoGeneral and Technical InformationTable 1.1 Reinforcing Bar DataReinforcing BarsSize Designations and Nominal DimensionsBar SizeDesignationNominal [20]0.750#7[22]–0.875#8[25][25]1.000Ultimate Specified Tensile Capacity (lb)ASTM A615ASTM A706Grade60Grade75Grade80Grade100Grade 60Grade 0Note: The nominal dimensions of a deformed bar are equivalent to those of plain, round bar having the same weight (mass) per foot (meter) as the deformed bar. Nearly all reinforcing bars currently producedin the USA are marked with the metric numbers 13, 16, etc., to designate bar sizes. These bar numbers correspond to the traditional designations, 4, 5, etc., as shown in the table above. ACI 318-14 still lists thebar sizes traditionally using #3 - #18 designations. The tables in this manual typically designate bar sizes as #3[#10] or just with the traditional designation, #3.Table 1.2 Mechanical Requirements for Standard ASTM Deformed Reinforcing BarsNote: For the mechanical requirements of rail-steel and axle-steel bars, see ASTM specifications A616 and A617, respectively.Type of Steeland ASTMDesignationASTM A615Carbon SteelASTM Strength2(psi)3-64040,00060,000#3 – 11%#4-6 – 12%#3-5 – 3½ d#6 – 5d6060,00090,000#3-6 – 9%#7-8 – 8%#9-11, 14, 18 – 7%#3-5 – 3½ d#6-8 – 5d#9-11 – 7d#14, 18 (90 ) – 9d7575,000100,000#3-8 – 7%#9-11, 14, 18 – 6%#3-8 – 5d#9-11 – 7d#14, 18 (90 ) – 9d8080,000105,000#3-8 – 7%#9-11, 14, 18 – 6%#3-8 – 5d#9-11 – 7d#14, 18 (90 ) – 9d100100,000115,000#3-8 – 7%#9-11, 14, 18 – 6%#3-8 – 5d#9-11 – 7d#14, 18 (90 ) – 9d6060,00078,00080,0004#3-6 – 14%#7-11 – 12%#14, 18 – 10%#3-5 – 3d#6-8 – 4d#9-11 – 6d#14, 18 – 8d8080,00098,000100,0004#3-11 – 12%#14, 18 – 10%#3-5 – 3½ d#6-8 – 5d#9-11 – 7d#14, 18 – 9d3-111418Maxim

ACI 318 Chapters 18 and 25 state the requirements for mechanical splices. They are: Type 1 Mechanical Splice shall develop in tension and compression as required at least 125% of the specified yield of the bar. Example: For ASTM A615 Grade 60 bar: 1.25 x 60,000psi 75,000psi

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