Threaded Rods: A Boon to Industrial Businesses

Things might fall apart without threaded rods. They play an important role in literally keeping things together. Many industries rely on threaded rods to do the jobs that need to be done efficiently and excellently.

The Importance of Threaded Rods in Industrial Settings

Threaded rods are essentially fasteners with threading in a helical structure used to convert between rotational and linear movement or force. Thanks to threading, nuts, bolts and other fasteners can easily screw onto the rod. Threaded rods are used in many industries, including automotive, construction, manufacturing, marine and plumbing. They help industrial businesses complete processes where assembly needs to be speedy and easy. Threaded rods can withstand high levels of tension and pressure. 

Specifically, threaded rods are good for use with most standard size fasteners. Whether they’re joining wood or metal together (or other materials), they act as a pin to connect two materials. With industrial businesses, they can be used to build things, make repairs and/or stabilize structures such as concrete walls. They can also be used to construct furniture, walls and buildings. Threaded rods are also used with machines that need to be properly aligned. 

Threaded rods work well for industrial businesses because they are suitable for multiple applications. Known for corrosion resistance, they’re durable and long-lasting. They can be used in sterile environments and/or wet environments (such as the marine industry). Threaded rods are also able to be bent if needed in order to fit any application. They can be reheated many times as needed to fit a desired shape. Threaded rods can be cut, too.

Interested in learning more about threaded rods for use in your industrial business? Call Dependable ACME of Westbury, New York, at 800-893-3792.