BOLTS

Bolts are mechanical fasteners that are usually used with a nut for connecting two or more parts. A bolted joint can be readily disassembled and reassembled; for this reason bolts are used to a greater extent than any other type of mechanical fastener and have played an important part in the development of mass-produced articles and steel structures. 

The bolt consists of a head and a cylindrical body with screw threads along a portion of its length. The nut is the female member of the pair, having internal threads to match those of the bolt. Washers are often used to prevent loosening and crushing. There are several types of bolts, each designed for a particular use. 

Hex Bolts

Hex Bolts

Hex bolts are mostly used in repair and construction work in addition to being used in a vast range of industries. As the name implies, they have a hexagonal head...

 

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Elevator Bolts

Elevator Bolts

An elevator bolt is a bolt that has a wide flat disc type head and a square standard bolt head directly underneath but above the threads....

 

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Carriage Bolts

Carriage Bolts

Carriage bolts are mostly used in wood to wood fastening and general construction of decks, porches, swing sets and other home auxiliary units. It comes with a square shoulder and a...

 

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Flange Bolts

Flange Bolts

A flange bolt is a fastener that features a skirt extending outwards from the head in a 360 degrees angle. It is used to ensure a reliable, long-lasting connection between two sections of a large and enclosed area...

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Eye Bolts

Eye Bolts

An eye bolt is a bolt with a loop at one end. They are used to firmly attach a securing eye to a structure, so that ropes or cables may then be tied to it....

 

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Wing Bolts

Wing Bolts

Wing bolts are generally used in construction applications to allow users to make direct adjustments and change calibrations. They feature flat projections called the ‘head' on the side of the bolts...