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Stud Bolts Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of stud bolt manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top stud bolt manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find stud bolt companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture stud bolts to your companies specifications. Then contact the stud bolt companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of stud bolt fasteners, threaded stud bolts, adjacent stud bolts, or customized stud bolts of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • 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

    Looking for some of the best stud bolts in the business? Look no further! We provide the best and most refined selection of eye bolts in the industry. We are serious when it comes to quality and make sure that we have a dedicated team of seasoned professional working to ensure that your customer experience is enjoyable. We devote extra attention to making exceptional products that work to your advantage. For more information on stud bolts give us a call today!

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  • Cinnaminson, NJ 877-791-4426

    AALL AMERICAN Fasteners delivers high-quality industrial, carriage, metric, stainless steel, titanium and other types of bolts to a wide range of industries and markets. We have thousands of different sizes and styles of standard and special bolts for you to choose from. We are able to meet off-the-shelf, semi-custom and made-to-specification fastener requirements. Contact us today!

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  • Dallas, TX 214-637-6051

    Since 1966, a family owned fasteners distributor of Bolts, Anchors, Nuts, Screws & other fastener products. Customers nationwide can shop & buy online! Experience "Service First" at Crouch Sales. Our expert sales staff is ready to assist phone, fax, online or walk-in orders. Let us earn your repeat business by offering customized solutions from our extensive inventory & quantity discount pricing!

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  • Bensenville, IL 800-444-7414

    Liberty Fastener offers a vast line of high quality industrial bolts including carriage bolts, eye bolts, lag bolts, metric bolts, nut and bolt combinations plus structural, plow, hanger, elevator bolts and others. Contact us for outstanding customer service and high quality industrial fasteners.

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  • Greenfield, IN 800-537-7925

    At Hanger Bolt & Stud Co., we manufacture all of our products according to the Industrial Fasteners Institute standards and are competitively priced. We offer hanger bolts, dowel screws, rail bolts, single-ended, double-ended, and fully threaded studs as well as smooth body and knurled pins. No matter what product you require, we can ensure that your custom parts are made to your specifications and delivered on time. Contact us today to learn more!

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Stud Bolts

A stud bolt is a mechanical un-headed fastener with a fully or partially threaded body that, with additional hardware, can secure two adjacent objects or surfaces. Unlike many types of bolts, this particular style is not driven into an object or surface, but passed completely through. Nuts or flanges on either end of the bolt then hold the two objects firmly together.

The ability to adjust the tightness is a key element lending to the popularity of the stud bolt in a variety of applications. Engineering, motor, automotive, petrochemical and nuclear industries all make use of these bolts which can be specially contoured to distribute stress evenly, reducing the occurrence of breakages. Internal combustion engine cylinders, inspection covers, tank lids, car wheels and even domestic gate latches use this simple but effective design. While the dual ended nature of the stud bolt is one of its greatest assets, it can also be use as an anchor bolt in civil and architectural engineering. This is accomplished through cast-in-place techniques that insert one end of the rod into setting concrete. The threaded end provides added resistance to pullout and machinery or other objects may be fastened to the exposed threading with a single nut or flange. The materials used for stud bolts and corresponding nuts and flanges depend largely on the use, though steel alloys are the industry standard. Zinc and cadmium plating are common finishes that enhance the corrosion and environmental resistance of steel.

The manufacturing process used to create stud bolts is similar to that of other bolt types. A steel wire rod is first heated consistently for an extended period of time and all rust particles are removed. If needed, the metal is coated for added protection. Cold forging is then used to shape the rod at room temperature and the rod is forced through dyes at high pressures to be shaped into long perfectly round rods. Once cut down to the desired length, cold forging is again used to implement high pressure rollers which press in the thread pattern. In stud bolts, threading is either pressed along the entire rod, or on equal portions of each end, leaving a smooth center segment. The finished bolt is then ready for use in a variety of applications. A pilot hole is made in each of the objects or surfaces to be joined and the rod is inserted. A nut or flange is then tightened on each end to create the desired clamping force. A wrench, spanner or pliers may be used when tightening must be high and precise. Stud bolts with a smooth center fragment should be considered carefully. If a tight fit is desired than this portion must have a width the same or smaller than the combined width of the articles to be fastened. Alternatively, a wider segment allows the surfaces to “float,” providing a degree of give. It is important to consider the materials to be fastened as well as the strength and corrosion resistance required of the bolt materials. Other considerations include the bolt length and diameter.

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