Steel Bolts and Nuts
Bolts are often made of steel, and where resistance is required to weather or corrosion, they may be galvanized, or stainless steel, brass, zinc or titanium may be used.
A bolt is a type of fastener, usually made from metal, that commonly comprises a head at one end, a chamfer at the other, and a shaft characterized by an external helical ridge known as a ‘thread’.
Bolts are typically used to hold materials or objects together, or to position objects.
Bolts typically require a nut which is applied via torque while the bolt is held in place or vice versa. Vibration or dynamic loads may loosen nuts, necessitating the use of lock nuts, lock washers or thread lockers which can provide resistance to loosening.
Material Specs for Bolts:
DIN931, ISO4014, DIN933, ISO4017, JIS B 1186 (F8T, F10T), ANSI B220.127.116.11, BS1768, ASTM A193, ASTM A307B, ASTM A325, ASTM A490
Material Specs for Nuts:
DIN934, ANSI B18.2.2, BS1768, ASTM A194, ASTM A563
Types of Bolts:
Machine, stud, eye, square, countersunk nib, counter sunk, special, hexagon head with dog point, t-bolt, u-bolt.
Steel Bolts and Nuts Prices
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