DIN 975 Threaded Rods are long, solid cylindrical bars that are continuously threaded from end to end with external machine screw threads. Typically 1000 mm (1 meter) long, they are similar to threaded studs but studs are usually less than 200 mm in length. Commonly referred to as “all-thread” or “all-thread rod,” they are used in a variety of fastening applications especially when a long fastener is required but the length exceeds that of available bolts. Being headless, nuts may be used at each end particularly in situations like through-hole bolting and anchoring. Threaded rod can be cut to the desired length although the tips of plated steel rod could then be susceptible to rust (a zinc-rich cold galvanizing compound is sometimes used to coat exposed steel rod ends).
Available in steel, Class 4.6 and 8.8; Grade B7 alloy; and stainless steel. Coarse right-hand thread is standard but some types can be supplied with fine and extra-fine threads. Finishes for steel are plain finish (unplated and susceptible to rust) and zinc plated. Measure threaded rods from end to end.
Threaded rods can be used with standard nuts and washers and may be used in standard stock lengths or cut by customers to the length required.
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