Titanium Threaded Rod Info
  Titanium Threaded Rod  

Threaded rod is a type of fastener with threads typically cut or rolled throughout the length of the rod. These rods resemble a stud, yet tend to be much longer than a standard stud. Threaded rods do not have heads or washers like those found on a screw or bolt. Threaded rod is sometimes known as all-thread.

These fasteners can be used to join wood or metal together, acting as a pin to connect the two materials. They are often inserted into concrete or wood during a repair, and can be used to stabilize structures ranging from wooden furniture to concrete walls. Builders and contractors may also use a threaded rod when constructing homes or other types of buildings. These threaded rods are also popular with metalworkers when building furniture or consumer goods.

Thread rod also serves as a popular method of hanging sheet metal ducts and other equipment within a building. Installers attach one end of the rod to the ceiling structure, then thread the other end into a special fastener or clip. These clips or fasteners can then be used to hang ductwork, light fixtures, or mechanical equipment.

Titanium threaded rod is surprising cost effective, especially when you consider zero cost of replacement due to corrosion.







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