Allthread in a Range of Sizes, Materials and Finishes
Allthread is also commonly known as threaded rod or threaded studs. It is typically used within building, maintenance and plumbing applications to stabilise objects that are made from wood, metal or other materials.
The threaded nature of the allthread allows for the use of nuts and other fixings to be screwed on to the rod with relative ease in a small amount of time. You can also use connectors.
Types of Materials Available for Allthread
As standard, allthread comes in steel across a number of grades including 4.8, 5.8, 8.8, 10.9 and 12.9 – as well as other variations including stainless steels and Duplex stainless steels, which are characterised by their high yield strength and improved corrosion resistance.
Nylon allthread is becoming popular due to its lightweight, yet sturdy frame.
Titanium is also effective, with a high strength-to-weight ratio and we also supply allthread in a range of alloys.
Styles of Allthread
There are a number of different styles of allthread with benefits for various applications.
- Fine pitch threaded rods, provide a stronger hold in hard materials and thin-walled tubes
- Left-hand threads are also an option and are usually implemented for reverse threading which counteracts rotational forces
- Imperial thread threaded rods are an economical choice, often used within the plumbing and contracting industries
- ACME threads hold pitch per turn lengths of 3mm and are used for pivot motions and motion power generation
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Sizes and Finishes Available for Allthread
There is a wide range of finishing options that may be used with Allthread, including zinc and yellow, powder coating, galvanisation or stayblack finish.
Allthread is available from stock in a wide range of standard diameters and lengths, with specials available to order.
Or for more information about allthread, how it could benefit your application, or how the various materials, styles or finishes may make a difference – please get in touch with us.
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