Types of Bolt Fasteners?
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Types of Bolts:-
|Types of Bolts||Illustration||Description||Application|
|Anchor bolts||Bolts with a threaded part in one end and a non-threaded L shaped part on the other. Usually found with a washer and a nut. Made to be rust-resistant.||Securing light poles, structural beams and to fasten equipment to concrete.|
|Carriage bolts||Fully threaded bolts with a smooth head and a square or ribbed undercut that prevents the bolt from turning when tightened.||Fasten metal to wood.|
|Elevator bolts||Fasteners with a thin flat or countersunk head and a square undercut that prevents the bolt from turning when tightened.||Elevators and conveyor systems.|
|Eye bolts||Rod shaped fasteners with threads on one end and bent into a loop on another.||Lifting applications such as wire and rope in light rigging.|
|Flange bolts||Washer on the underside of a hex head. Helps in distribution of force from the bearing load. Also referred to as frame bolts.||Frame applications such as truck and bed frames.|
|Hanger bolts||Does not come with a bolt head. Both ends of the bolt are threaded. One of the ends is in the shape of a wood screw.||In overhead applications and fastening metal to wood.|
|Hex bolts||Bolts that are fully or partially threaded with six-sided heads.||Broad range of use such as construction and repair of bridges, docks, highway elements and buildings.|
|J bolts||Shaped like the letter J. Non curved section is threaded||Structural applications such as fastening walls to concrete.|
|Lag bolts||One of the toughest fasteners. Creates its own thread when it penetrates wood and other soft material.||Connect heavy materials that are bearing extreme loads.|
|Machine bolts||Square heads paired with a semi-cone point and a fully threaded shaft.||Fastens wood to wood, wood to metal and metal to metal. Also found in general hardware use.|
|Plow bolts||Similar to carriage bolts. Contains a countersunk flat head followed by a square undercut and a threaded shaft.||Used in applications where top surface of where bolt is fastened to, needs to be smooth. Used in manufacture of plow in early days.|
|Roof bolts||Made of a shaft that is to be placed in a pre-drilled hole.||Tunnelling and underground mining. Provides support to the roof.|
|Shoulder bolts||Also known as shoulder screws.|
Consist of a long unthreaded, cylindrical shank that helps rotation of attached moving parts.
|Pulleys, moving engine parts and mechanical assemblies, gears and rolling wheels.|
|Square head bolts||Consists of a square head, followed by a smooth shank and a machine screw thread. Can also be fully threaded with the absence of a smooth shank. Design of the head facilitates easier wrench grip when tightening.||All kinds of industrial, agricultural as well as construction applications.|
|Step bolts||Shank may be plain or textured. High strength, threaded bolts.||Used as steps for climbing on steel communication and electrical transmission towers.|
|Structural bolts||Are similar to the standard hex head bolts but have shorter thread lengths, in order to be used in structural applications.||In all types of structural connections.|
|T-bolts||Has a T shaped head in order to be held by a wrench or to be easily fixed in place. Provides a long lasting connection.||Use in buildings, instruments, furniture, automobiles, etc.|
|Timber bolts||Sometimes referred to as mushroom head bolts or dome head bolts.||Treated lumber, marine applications and wood construction.|
|Toggle bolts||Sometimes referred to as a butterfly anchor. Full threaded shafts with a nut in the shape of an expanding wing.||Hanging heavy elements in plaster and drywall.|
|U-bolts||Shaped like the letter U. Threaded on both ends and non-threaded in curved section.||Primary use to support pipework, especially pipes via which liquids and gases flow.|
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