Abrasive and Fastening Solutions Inc. is a proud manufacturer of ASTM F1554 Grade 55 and 105 All Thread Rod. Using materials made and melted in the United States of America to offer the finest quality bars. F1554 Grade 55 steel bar is a designed strength, low to medium carbon content grade. It has a 55 ksi yield strength which is required by the F1554 specification for anchor bolt and fastener applications. ASTM F1554 grade 105 anchor bolts are manufactured from medium carbon alloy steel that has been quenched and tempered (heat treated) to develop the desired mechanical values. This is the highest strength version of the F1554 specification, with a minimum yield strength of 105 ksi, covering anchor bolts in diameters ranging from 1/2″ through 1-1/2″.
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All Thread Rod has a variety of different uses in the construction and industrial industries. All Thread Rod are also known as fully threaded rod, anchor rods, stud anchors, and anchor bolts. The all thread is referring to the fact the entire bar is threaded. Grade 55 and 105 All Thread Rods can be used with a nut tack welded to the bottom end for anchoring purposes. These are commonly to be used as a cast in place anchor. This can be done with grade 105 as well, but you need to follow welding standards in regards to welding an alloy material. Grade 105 is also rated as an ASTM A193 B7. These rods can also be used as a Thru-Bolt for bolting connections. All Thread rods are used quite commonly in the construction industry with two part epoxy systems for anchoring or doweling. These rods can be used with an assortment of different epoxy manufacturers such as Simpson, Hilti, Dewalt by Powers, Red Head, and MKT to name a few.
Our All Thread Rods are made using a roll threading machine. Rolled threads are formed by pressing threading dies into the shank to displace the surplus of the metal outward. The original rod diameter must be slightly less than the nominal diameter, although the root area will still be critical, unless the rod end is upset. The steel is cold-worked, compressing its grain and increasing the yield and tensile strength, generally from 10 to 30 percent. Roll threading is the most productive manner in manufacturing All Thread Rods.
With over twenty years of experience in supplying All Thread Rods to the steel construction industry, we at Abrasive and Fastening Solutions take great pride in providing the highest quality products manufactured in the USA in today’s market. All of our All Thread Rods are made to order and we are especially proud of our ability to meet our customers needs on a daily basis. While we offer an array of different products and configurations, if you don’t see what you are looking for, please call us to discuss and we will do our best to assist you in what you need.