Threaded Rod

Threaded Rods, also referred to as Threaded Bar and All Thread, are steel rods with continuous threads along their entire length. Unlike regular bolts, they lack a forged head or shank, resulting in a consistent diameter throughout the entire threaded rod.

Threaded Rods can be cut into different lengths, making them useful in applications where a standard bolt is not long enough.

Unlike bolts, they do not have an overhanging head to accommodate a tool. Hence, threaded rods needing to be installed using a chemical resin or secured with two nuts on either end.