|Material:||Carbon Steel 1045||Diameter:||3/8"|
|Length:||60mm||Grade:||SAE J429 Grade 8|
|Surface:||Zinc Plated||Sample:||All Sample Free|
|Standard:||ASME/ANSI B 18.2.1, DIN603||Product Name:||High Carbon Steel 10.9 SAE J429 Grade 8 3/8"diameter Carriage Bolt|
3 / 8" Square Neck Carriage Bolt,
60mm zinc plated carriage bolts,
Grade 8 Square Neck Carriage Bolt
When and How to Use a Carriage Bolt
Carriage bolts are ideal for fastening wood to metal. Alternatively, carriage bolts can also be used to fasten two pieces of wood together. Some specialty versions of carriage bolts allow for the effective fastening of two separate metal components. Furthermore, they can be used in a variety of different industries including the following:
In order to use a carriage bolt, you will need a few additional tools on hand, including a hammer, a drill, a drill bit, a nut, and a washer. Remember, carriage bolts should only ever be inserted into pre-drilled holes. This is due to the specific shape of a carriage bolt’s head. It is always smooth and round, which means that it is not possible to utilize a drilling device in order to screw it into the material.
Begin by drilling a hole into the material of an appropriate size considering the size of the carriage bolt itself. Slide the carriage bolt into the hole that you have created. If it is a tight fit, you can use a hammer to gently move it into position. You will then need to attach your washer and your nut. Place the washer on the rear side of the bolt, and follow it with the nut. A washer is important because it helps to reduce any damage when you use the nut to pull the carriage bolt into the material. Tighten the nut to move the carriage bolt into its rightful place. The goal is to get the underside of the head of the carriage bolt to sit snugly against the material.
Removing the carriage bolt is also a relatively straightforward process and can be done by twisting the nut, but ensuring that it remains on the bolt. Hit the nut with a hammer to start easing the bolt out of the material and continue this process until you can remove the bolt by hand.
|Standard: ASME/ANSI B 18.2.1, DIN603,DIN608|
|Size: 1/4”-1”, M5-M12|
|Material: Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Stainless Steel, Brass|
|Grade: ASTM A307Gr.A, Class 4.8, 5.8, 6.8, 8.8, 10.9, 12.9; SAE J429 Gr.2, 5,8; B8,B8M,B8T|
|Thread: UNC, UNF,UN|
|Finish: Plain, Zinc Plated(Clear/Blue/Yellow/Black), Black oxide, Nickel, Chrome, H.D.G.|
Packaging Details: a. bulk in cartons (<=25kg )+ 36CTN/wood solid Pallet
b. bulk in cartons 9"x9"x5" (<=18kg )+ 48CTN/wood solid Pallet
Supply Ability:1000 tons per month
MinimumOrder:200kgs for each specification
Payment :T/T, L/C , D/A , D/P , Western Union,etc
Market:South&north Amrica/Europe/ etc.
Contact Person: Frank