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Processing of Bolt Head and Thread

How is the bolt head and thread processed? The head of bolt is formed by cold upsetting plastic processing. Compared with the cutting process, the metal fiber (metal wire) is continuous along the product shape without cutting off in the middle. Therefore, the strength of the product is improved, especially the mechanical properties are excellent. [...]

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Classification of High Strength Hexagon Socket Bolts

The High Strength Hexagon Socket Bolts connection is to clamp the plates of the connecting plate by a large amount of tightening pre tension in the bolt bar, which is enough to produce a great friction force, so as to improve the integrity and rigidity of the connection. When subjected to shear force, according to [...]

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  • WINDO METAL Capabilities Threading Department

WINDO METAL Capabilities Threading Department

WINDO METAL Capabilities Threading Department In addition to All-Thread Studs, our Production Department can thread many different types of fasteners to your Customer’s specifications including: F1554 Grade 36 Double-End Studs (or Sag Rods) F1554 Grade 55 Double-End Studs (and Single-End Studs) F1554 Grade 105 Double-End Studs (and Single-End Studs) ASTM A449 Double-End Studs ASTM A193 [...]

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