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Hex Bolt Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of hex bolt manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source hex bolt manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate hex bolt companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture hex bolt for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading hex bolt manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for carriage bolts, expansion bolts, or shoulder bolts.

  • Hackensack, NJ 800-272-3673

    Our company has a reputation for superior products, customer service, and dependability. All our fastener products are built to last, and we know that our customers appreciate our dedication to using the best materials and manufacturing techniques. If you would like to learn more about us, contact us by phone or email, or stop by our website today!

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  • Jefferson, OH 888-536-3674

    At Ken Forging, from bolts to clamps, we’ve got fasteners to fit every need. We offer USA-forged industrial parts, with 100% traceability and lot control for quality assurance. Our stocked hardware comes in carbon steels (grades C1018 through C1045, including C1030 and C1035), alloy steels (4140, F11 and F22) and stainless steel (304 and 316). In addition, we offer multiple finishes and threading options, as well as custom plating and heat treat processes. Give us a call for more information.

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  • Winston-Salem, NC 800-642-0921

    From our inventory of over 130,000 different fasteners, we know precisely which ones are right for your application. We test them for material composition and measurement accuracy. With our Vendor Management Inventory service (VMI) our Service Technicians monitor your needs and keep you fully supplied at all times. Our ISO 9001 and AS9120B certifications helps us maintain system standards that ensure the fasteners we supply are the highest quality parts available.

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  • Hampstead, MD 410-239-7766

    With over 100 years of employee experience in fasteners, we have placed all of our emphasis on maintaining reliability for service, quality, and value (at competitive prices, of course). We maintain an immense inventory of over 195 million fasteners in stock. And if you can't find what you need in our stock, we can manufacture it to your particular specifications and requirements, in any finish or material necessary. Call or email us today!

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  • Brooklyn, NY 800-456-2658

    Founded in 1979, Tanner Bolt & Nut is intent on supplying our customers with the best product, combined with quality service and competitive pricing. We promise that we will try to ensure that our customers have a satisfying and productive experience every time they call our sales office or visit one of our websites.

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  • Houston, TX 281-447-0081

    At Eastwood Manufacturing, we have the experience to fill your fastener requirements. We manufacture not only standard parts, but unusual sizes and nonstandard configurations. Providing eye bolts, anchor bolts, hex bolts, sockets, screws, nuts, studs and more, Eastwood responds quickly and positively to all of your fastener needs. For high standards of accuracy and quality, call Eastwood today!

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Hex Bolts

Hex bolts, also called machine bolts, are cylindrical fasteners used to clamp two pieces of metal together. Hex bolts have hexagonal heads, thus the name, and machine threads for use with nuts or in a tapped hole.

To produce hex bolts, manufacturers most commonly employ a method called cold-forming. A cold-forming machine usually has a series of three or four dies that progressively shape a metal blank into the final shape and dimensions that its manufacturer desires. Once the cold-forming operations are finished, a thread rolling machine cuts threads into the shaft of the unfinished hex bolt. From there, the hex bolt is most likely heat treated to obtain the sought after hardness and tensile strength. After this, the bolt, which is now finished, may undergo a final zinc plating or hot-dipping process in order to inhibit corrosion.

Hex bolts are categorized into one of several grades that are based on tensile strength and material composition. In the United States, the three most commonly used grades are two, five and eight. The higher the grade, the greater a bolt’s tensile strength and hardness. Bolts with higher grades are generally used in applications where stronger fasteners are required. Outside of the US, metric grades are used. To compare, for example, metric grades 8.8 and 10.9 are respectively equivalent to US grades five and eight. Stainless steel hex bolts are categorized by the type of steel used. The following are some of materials and grades by which hex bolts are categorized: stainless steel 18-8, stainless steel 316, zinc plated steel, zinc plated grade 5 steel, zinc plated grade 8 steel yellow, grade 8 steel plain finish, chrome plated grade 5 steel, hot dipped galvanized steel and silicon bronze. Additionally, aluminum and brass bolts are available for applications in the marine and aerospace industries. Stainless steel and silicon bronze hex bolts better resist corrosion than carbon steel and are typically used in applications where they will be exposed to the elements. Hex bolts are available in both standard and metric sizes and left and right threads. Additionally, both coarse and fine thread varieties are available.

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