Threaded rod, often referred to as a stud, is a rod of varying length that is threaded in a helical structure. Similar in appearance to a screw, the threading extends around and along the rod to cause rotational movements when in use. Threaded rods combine linear and rotational movement to create strong resistance to pressure.
Threaded rods have many applications, effectively working as a pin to fasten or connect two materials together. There are several types of threaded rod that we supply and each is suited for different purposes, conditions and materials. They are often used to align structures or are embedded into materials, like concrete, as the threading provides good resistance.
The fully threaded rod that we supply are usually used when effective grip strength is required through the entire length of the rod. Our threaded rods are usually heavy-duty galvanized zinc-plated or stainless steel.
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