Stud Bolts

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Stud Bolts

Welcome to GIC Fasteners, your trusted destination for premium-quality stud bolts designed to meet a wide array of industry standards. We take pride in crafting stud bolts that adhere to various specifications, including DIN, ASTM, ISO, BS standards, and equivalent international norms. At GIC Fasteners, we're committed to excellence, ensuring that each stud bolt we produce is meticulously engineered to offer exceptional performance and reliability across different applications. Whether you're working on industrial machinery, construction projects, or oil and gas applications, you can rely on us to provide customized fastening solutions tailored to your specific needs. Trust GIC Fasteners for high-quality stud bolts backed by our dedication to precision craftsmanship and customer satisfaction.

Looking to bolster the security of your projects with top-quality stud bolts? Look no further than GIC Fasteners. We specialize in crafting stud bolts that not only meet but exceed the highest standards of durability and performance. Whether you’re embarking on industrial machinery upgrades, tackling ambitious construction projects, or any other endeavor, our expertly designed stud bolts provide the reliability and peace of mind you need.

At GIC Fasteners, we pride ourselves on our commitment to precision engineering. Each bolt is meticulously crafted to ensure optimal results, giving you confidence in the integrity of your structures and equipment. Ready to find the perfect stud bolts tailored to your unique requirements? Reach out to our friendly and knowledgeable team at sales@gicfasteners.com today. Let GIC Fasteners be your trusted partner in fortifying your projects with quality stud bolts that go above and beyond.

Stud Bolts Specifications

Standard : DIN, ASTM, BS, ISO, JIS, IS, GB, IS 4190 and all other International Standards
Length : 3 mm to 200 mm
Size : M3 – M56 | 3/6″ to 2″ | Custom Sizes
Threads: : BSF, UNF METRIC, UNC, BSW or as required
Finish : Plain, black, zinc plated (Cr,3+), zinc plated(Cr,6+), hot dipped galvanized, dacromet, nickel plated, cadmium plated, etc.
Forming : Hot & Cold Forged
Variants : Fully Threaded Stud Bolts, Partial Threaded Stud Bolts, Metric Stud Bolts, Imperial Stud Bolts
Coatings : PTFE (Teflon), Hot Dip Galvanizing, Aluminum Zinc Flake, Zinc Phosphating, Manganese Phosphating, Metallic Zinc, Nickel Bolts Plating, Chrome Plating, Cadmium Plating, Silver Plating, Tin Plating
Popular Types of Stud Bolt : Stud Bolts, Fully Threaded Stud Bolts, Tap End Stud Bolts, Double End Stud Bolts, Stud Bolts with Reduced Shank, Reduced Shank, Flange Stud Bolts, Flange Bolting, Weld Studs
Form of Stud Bolts : Hex, Threading, Square, Round as per Gauge Etc.

Stainless Steel Stud Bolts Torque Chart

Flange
Size
B16.5 Class 150 RF/ Ring Gaskets
B16.5 Class 150 FF/ Full Face Gaskets
Torque / Round (ft-lbs)
Stud Bolts Tighten Sequence
Torque / Round (ft-lbs)
Stud Bolts Tighten Sequence
1st
2nd
Final
Dwg/No.
Bolt Size
1st
2nd
Final
Dwg*/No.
Bolt Size
1/2″
10
20
30
4-bolt
1/2″
20
40
60
4-bolt
1/2″
3/4″
13
27
40
4-bolt
1/2″
20
40
60
4-bolt
1/2″
1″
15
30
50
4-bolt
1/2″
20
40
60
4-bolt
1/2″
1-1/4″
20
40
60
4-bolt
1/2″
20
40
60
4-bolt
1/2″
1-1/2″
20
40
60
4-bolt
1/2″
20
40
60
4-bolt
1/2″
2″
40
80
120
4-bolt
5/8″
40
80
120
4-bolt
5/8″
2-1/2″
40
80
120
4-bolt
5/8″
40
80
120
4-bolt
5/8″
3″
40
80
120
4-bolt
5/8″
40
80
120
4-bolt
5/8″
3-1/2″
40
80
120
8-bolt
5/8″
40
80
120
8-bolt
5/8″
4″
40
80
120
8-bolt
5/8″
40
80
120
8-bolt
5/8″
5″
60
120
200
8-bolt
3/4″
60
120
200
8-bolt
3/4″
6″
60
120
200
8-bolt
3/4″
60
120
200
8-bolt
3/4″
8″
60
120
200
8-bolt
3/4″
60
120
200
8-bolt
3/4″
10″
95
190
320
12-bolt
7/8″
95
190
320
12-bolt
7/8″
12″
95
190
320
12-bolt
7/8″
95
190
320
12-bolt
7/8″
14″
147
294
490
12-bolt
1″
147
294
490
12-bolt
1″
16″
147
294
490
16-bolt
1″
147
294
490
16-bolt
1″
18″
213
426
710
16-bolt
1-1/8″
213
426
710
16-bolt
1-1/8″
20″
213
426
710
20-bolt
1-1/8″
213
426
710
20-bolt
1-1/8″
24″
300
600
1,000
20-bolt
1-1/4″
300
600
1,000
20-bolt
1-1/4″

Weight Chart Of Stud Bolts

STUD BOLT LENGTH (in inches) 1/2 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1 1/8 1 1/4 1.3/8 1 1/2 1.5/8 1.3/4 1 7/8
2.1/2 10.8
2.3/4 11.6 19.8
3.1/4 12.4 21 32.4
3.1/2 13.2 22.2 34.3 50
4 14 23.4 36.2 52.6 71.8
4.1/2 14.8 24.6 38.1 55.2 75.2 102
4.3/4 15.6 25.8 40 57.8 78.6 106 137
5 16.4 27 41.9 60.4 82 111 142 179
5.1/2 17.2 28.2 43.8 63 85.4 115 147 186 234
6 18 29.4 45.7 65.6 88.8 119 153 193 242 289
6.1/4 18.8 30.6 47.6 68.2 92.2 123 158 200 250 298 263
6.1/2 19.6 32.3 49.5 70.8 95.6 128 164 206 258 308 374 437
7 20.4 33.5 50.8 73.4 99 132 169 213 266 317 385 449
7.1/2 21.2 34.8 52.7 75.5 103 136 174 220 275 326 396 462
8 22 36.1 54.5 78 106 141 180 226 283 336 407 475
8.1/4 37.3 56.3 80.5 108 145 185 233 291 345 418 488
8.3/4 38.6 58.1 83.1 112 149 191 240 299 354 429 500
9 39.8 60 85.6 115 153 196 246 307 364 440 513
9.1/2 41.1 61.8 88.2 118 158 201 253 316 373 451 526
10 63.7 90.7 122 162 206 260 324 382 463 538
10/1.4 93.3 125 166 212 267 332 391 474 551
1.0.1/2 128 171 217 273 340 401 485 564
11 132 175 223 279 345 410 496 576
11.1/2 135 179 228 285 350 419 507 589
12 138 184 233 292 358 429 518 602

Stud Bolt Dimensions for Class 150 RF Flanges

Stud Bolt dimensions for ASME flanges.
Nom Pipe
Size
(inches)
Nom Pipe
Size
(mm)
Number of
bolts
Dim (inch) x
Length (mm)
1/2 15 4 1/2 x 65
3/4 20 4 1/2 x 65
1 25 4 1/2 x 70
1 1/2 40 4 1/2 x 75
2 50 4 5/8 x 80
2 1/2 65 4 5/8 x 90
3 80 4 5/8 x 95
4 100 8 5/8 x 95

Grades of Stainless Steel Stud Bolts

  • Stainless Steel 304 Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 304L Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 304H Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 310 Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 310S Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 310H Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 316 Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 316L Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 316Ti Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 317 Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 317L Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 321 Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 321H Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 347 Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 347H Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 904L Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 410 Stud Bolts
  • Stainless Steel 446 Stud Bolts
  • 17-4 PH Stainless Steel Stud Bolts
  • SMO 254 Stud Bolts
  • Alloy 20 Stud Bolts

Grades of Duplex & Super Duplex Steel Stud Bolts

  • UNS S32205 Stud Bolts
  • UNS S31803 Stud Bolts
  • UNS S32750 Stud Bolts
  • UNS S32760 Stud Bolts

Grades of Titanium Stud Bolts

  • Titanium Grade 2 Stud Bolts
  • Titanium Grade 5 Stud Bolts

Grades of Tantalum Stud Bolts

  • UNS R05200 Stud Bolts
  • UNS R05252 Stud Bolts
  • UNS R05255 Stud Bolts
  • UNS R05400 Stud Bolts

Grades of Copper Stud Bolts

  • UNS C11000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C10100 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C10200 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C12000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C12200 Stud Bolts

Grades of Cupro Nickel Stud Bolts

  • CuNi 90/10 Stud Bolts
  • CuNi 70/30 Stud Bolts

Grades of Brass Carriage Stud Bolts

  • UNS C21000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C22000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C22600 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C23000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C24000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C26000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C26800 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C27000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C27200 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C28000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C33000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C33500 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C34000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C34200 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C35300 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C35600 Stud Bolts

Grades of Aluminium Stud Bolts

  • Aluminium Alloy 1050 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 1060 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 1060 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 1070 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 1080 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 1100 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 1145 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 2011 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 2014 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 2017 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 2024 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 2090 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 3003 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 5052 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 5083 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 6061 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 6063 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 6066 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 6082 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 7050 Stud Bolts
  • Aluminium Alloy 7075 Stud Bolts

Grades of Carbon Steel Stud Bolts

  • Carbon Steel AISI 1018 Stud Bolts
  • Carbon Steel AISI 1020 Stud Bolts
  • Carbon Steel AISI 1040 Stud Bolts
  • Carbon Steel AISI 1045 Stud Bolts

Grades of Alloy Steel Stud Bolts

  • Alloy Steel AISI 4130 Stud Bolts
  • Alloy Steel AISI 4140 Stud Bolts
  • Alloy Steel AISI 4340 Stud Bolts
  • Alloy Steel AISI 8620 Stud Bolts
  • ASTM A193 Alloy Steel Gr B7 Stud Bolts
  • ASTM A193 Alloy Steel Gr B7M Stud Bolts
  • ASTM A320 Alloy Steel Gr L7 Stud Bolts
  • ASTM A320 Alloy Steel Gr L7M Stud Bolts
  • ASTM A320 Alloy Steel Gr L43 Stud Bolts
  • ASTM A194 Alloy Steel Gr 2H Stud Bolts
  • ASTM A194 Alloy Steel Gr 2HM Stud Bolts
  • ISO 898-1 Alloy Steel Gr 8.8 Stud Bolts
  • ISO 898-1 Alloy Steel Gr 10.9 Stud Bolts
  • ISO 898-1 Alloy Steel Gr 12.9 Stud Bolts

Grades of Silicon Bronze Stud Bolts

  • UNS C65100 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C65500 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C66100 Stud Bolts

Grades of Phosphor Bronze Stud Bolts

  • UNS C51000 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C51900 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C52100 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C54400 Stud Bolts

Grades of Zirconium Stud Bolts

  • UNS R60700 Stud Bolts
  • UNS R60702 Stud Bolts
  • UNS R60704 Stud Bolts
  • UNS R60705 Stud Bolts
  • UNS R60706 Stud Bolts

Grades of Beryllium Copper Stud Bolts

  • UNS C17200 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C17300 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C17500 Stud Bolts
  • UNS C17510 Stud Bolts

Grades of High Tensile Stud Bolts

  • Grade 8.8 Stud Bolts
  • Grade 10.9 Stud Bolts
  • Grade 12.9 Stud Bolts

Grades of Nimonic Stud Bolts

  • Nimonic Alloy 75 Stud Bolts
  • Nimonic Alloy 80a Stud Bolts
  • Nimonic Alloy 90 Stud Bolts
  • Nimonic Alloy 105 Stud Bolts
  • Nimonic Alloy 115 Stud Bolts
  • Nimonic Alloy 236 Stud Bolts

Grades of Nitronic Stud Bolts

  • Nitronic 50 Stud Bolts
  • Nitronic 60 Stud Bolts

Characteristics of Stud Bolts

  • Threaded Design: Stud bolts feature a threaded design on both ends, typically with threads of equal or different sizes to accommodate various fastening needs.
  • Unthreaded Center: They have an unthreaded center section, allowing for the separation of components while maintaining a secure connection.
  • Material Variety: Stud bolts are available in a wide range of materials, including stainless steel, carbon steel, and alloy steel, to suit different environmental and load requirements.
  • Length Variability: They come in various lengths to accommodate different assembly needs, ensuring the right fit for specific applications.
  • Thread Standards: Stud bolts adhere to international thread standards like UNC, UNF, and metric threads, ensuring compatibility with nuts and other threaded components.
  • High Tensile Strength: These bolts are known for their high tensile strength, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications that require reliable fastening.
  • Usage Versatility: Stud bolts find applications in industries such as construction, machinery, and petrochemical, serving as essential fasteners in a wide range of projects.
  • Customization Options: Manufacturers offer customization options for stud bolts, including coatings, plating, and special threading, to meet specific project requirements.

Applications of Stud Bolts

Stud bolts, with their unique design and robust characteristics, find diverse applications across various industries. These versatile fasteners play a pivotal role in ensuring the integrity and stability of critical structures and equipment. Here are some key applications of stud bolts:

1. Construction: Stud bolts are extensively used in the construction industry to secure structural components such as steel beams, columns, and trusses. Their high tensile strength and reliability make them ideal for ensuring the stability of buildings and infrastructure.

2. Machinery and Equipment: Stud bolts are essential for assembling heavy machinery and equipment, providing a secure connection between components. They are commonly found in engines, turbines, pumps, and other industrial machinery.

3. Petrochemical and Oil & Gas: In the petrochemical and oil & gas sectors, stud bolts are crucial for connecting flanges and pipelines. Their durability and resistance to extreme conditions make them suitable for applications where leakage or failure is not an option.

4. Automotive Industry: Stud bolts are used in automotive manufacturing for joining engine components, exhaust systems, and other critical parts. Their ability to withstand high temperatures and vibrations is vital in this industry.

5. Aerospace: In the aerospace industry, where precision and reliability are paramount, stud bolts are used to secure various aircraft components. They ensure that critical systems operate flawlessly, even in demanding conditions.

6. Renewable Energy: Stud bolts are essential in the assembly of wind turbines and solar energy structures. They help secure components that are exposed to harsh weather conditions, ensuring the longevity and efficiency of renewable energy systems.

7. Marine and Shipbuilding: In the maritime sector, stud bolts are used to fasten components in shipbuilding, ensuring the structural integrity of vessels. They are also employed in offshore installations.

8. Infrastructure Projects: Stud bolts are a staple in large-scale infrastructure projects, including bridges, tunnels, and dams. They are used to anchor and connect various structural elements, ensuring safety and durability.

These are just a few examples of the wide-ranging applications of stud bolts. Their versatility, strength, and reliability make them indispensable in industries where secure fastening is essential for safety and performance.

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Stud Bolts - FAQs

Stud bolts are threaded rods with threads on both ends, whereas regular bolts have threads only on one end. Stud bolts are designed for applications where components need to be secured on both sides, offering greater flexibility and ease of assembly.

While stud bolts and threaded rods may appear similar, they serve different purposes. Stud bolts are used to secure two components with nuts on both ends, while threaded rods are often used as a structural element to connect multiple components.

Stud bolts are manufactured from a variety of materials, including carbon steel, stainless steel, and alloy steel. The choice of material depends on factors such as the application's environment, load, and corrosion resistance requirements.

Stud bolts adhere to various thread standards, including UNC, UNF, and metric threads. These standards ensure compatibility with nuts and other threaded components used in different industries and regions.

Yes, many manufacturers offer customization options for stud bolts. This includes variations in length, thread pitch, coatings, and materials to meet the unique needs of your project.

Yes, industries like petrochemical, construction, and aerospace may have specific standards for stud bolts. These standards ensure that stud bolts used in critical applications meet rigorous quality and performance criteria.

To select the appropriate stud bolt size, consider factors such as the load, temperature, and pressure conditions of your application. Consulting with a fastener expert or engineer is recommended to make the right choice.

Yes, stud bolts made from heat-resistant materials like stainless steel or alloy steel can be used in high-temperature environments. It's crucial to select the appropriate material and coating to ensure performance and durability.

Regular inspection and maintenance of stud bolts are essential to ensure their continued performance. This includes checking for corrosion, proper tension, and re-tightening if necessary to prevent loosening over time.

Stud Bolts - Export Destination

Stud Bolts Suppliers in North America

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Stud Bolts Suppliers in South America

Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Falkland Islands, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela.

Stud Bolts Suppliers in Europe

Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic (Czechia), Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holy See, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom.

Stud Bolts Suppliers in Asia

Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Cyprus, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, State of Palestine, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen.

Stud Bolts Suppliers in Australia

Australia, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, New Zealand, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu.