Stainless Steel Threaded Rod (Allthread, Booker Rod) & Studs
Stainless Steel Threaded Rod (Stainless Steel Allthread) is a continuous length of bar that is threaded so a nut can be screwed on from either end. Allthread (All thread), Running Thread, Threaded Bar, Studding, Studs or Stainless Steel Threaded Rod is usually Class 50 by default, but is often made to Class 70 strength in most sizes. Class 50, 70 or Class 80 refers to its Tensile Strength; with Class 50 meaning a Tensile Strength of 500MPA. Class 70 or 80 is available in some sizes so please ask your Anzor sales person to check Test Certificates before ordering if you need higher than Class 50. Class 80 is also available in Bumax Stainless Steel Allthread.
What Stainless Threaded Rod is available?
Allthread or Threaded rod is a way of fastening objects together when longer lengths are required then available with standard bolts. Allthread or Stainless Threaded Rod is available in three basic forms; Threaded Rod (Allthread) for lengths over 1 meter, Threaded Studs lengths under 1 meter and Chemset Studs which are generally shorter than 1 meter and cut on a 45 degree angle at one end.
Threaded Rod (Allthread) is normally stocked in lengths of 1 meter, 2 meters and 3 meters. The Allthread is identified by its nominal diameter x length and grade. As well as Metric sizes Anzor stock imperial UNC and UNF Allthread (Threaded Rod) in 3 foot lengths in both 304 and 316; and ½ BSW in 316 only.
Lengths of Allthread longer than our standard range can be achieved with the use of a coupling nut. The correct length and diameter needs to be selected before fitting and holes need to be straight and clear. Anzor also recommends the use of a lubricant prior to installation.