Din975 threaded rods
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Din975 threaded rods (studding) are bars of metal that have been threaded to accept nuts and washers in a range of standard sizes.
Threaded rods are used in most any application where two pieces of material need to be fastened to each other. One or both ends of the rod can be inserted into pre-threaded holes, or bolts can be threaded onto either or both ends to draw the separate pieces of material together.
Threads maybe cut on nominal diameter or rolled on pitch diameter material. The threads have no set start point so a nut will be able to be threaded onto the rod from a freshly cut end.
Standard: DIN, ANSI, BSW
Thread type: Coarse or fine, inches or metric.
Material: Carbon steel, alloy steel, aluminum, brass or stainless steel.