Threaded Rods/Studs

A threaded rod is a relatively long rod that is threaded along the complete length of the rod. Threaded rod in bar stock form is often called all-thread. A stud is a relatively long rod that is threaded on both ends. The threaded rods/studs are designed to be used in tension. Studs may have a drive slot in one end to facilitate installing the stud. A threaded rod/stud is used where high stress is involved.

Types of Threaded Rod/Stud

  • Single End Studs
  • Double End Studs
  • Tap End Studs
  • Broach/Socket End Studs
  • Full threaded rod/stud
  • Welded Studs

Types of Finish

  • Natural (Plain)
  • Zinc/Manganese Phosphate
  • Zinc Plating with Trivalent Clear/Black/Yellow/Blue Chromate Passivation
  • Zinc Nickel Silver Grey/Black Plated
  • Tin Plated

Types of Material

  • Caron Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Brass
  • Aluminium
  • Copper
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