Threaded Rod

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Threaded Rod

Product name: Threaded Rod
Standard: Standard or non-standard, according to customer drawings or product pictures
Material: Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Stainless Steel,According to customer requirements
Measurement system: INCH, Metric
Size: 1/4”-3”, M5-M76
Grade / Class: SAE J429 Gr.2, 5,8; ASTM A307Gr.A, Class 4.8, 5.8, 6.8, 8.8, 10.9, 12.9 or customer requirements
Thread: M, UNC, UNF
Finish: Black Oxide, Zinc Plated(Clear/Blue/Yellow/Black), H.D.G. Y.Z.P. Plain, Nickel, Chrome, or customer requirements
Customized: Available

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Threaded Rod Description

Used in plumbing, contracting, and maintenance applications, threaded rods are used to join together and stabilize objects and structures made of wood, metal, and concrete.
All thread rod (ATR) is a common, readily available fastener that is used in multiple construction applications. Rods are continuously threaded from one end to the other and are frequently referred to as fully threaded rods, redi rod, TFL rod (Thread Full Length), and a variety of other names and acronyms. Rods are typically stocked and sold in 3′, 6’, 10’ and 12’ lengths, or they can be chopped to a specific length. All thread rod that is cut to shorter lengths are often referred to as studs or fully threaded studs.


1How do I get samples?
If you need, we are willing to provide you with free samples for the standard parts. New customers are expected to pay courier fees, which will be deducted in the payment for the official orders.
2How do you deliver the goods?
We have our shipping agent, who can deliver the goods at a competitive price in a very short period, or you can deliver the goods through your own agents.
3What is your mode of transport?
The goods in a small quantity are usually mailed via TNT, DHL, FEDEX, UPS and other courier companies recommended by you. The goods in a large quantity are usually delivered by sea or by air.
4What are your package standards?
The goods in a small capacity are packaged in cartons, and the goods in a large capacity are packaged in cartons with wooden pallets.