Weld Stud Bolts

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Weld Stud Bolts

Welcome to GIC Fasteners, your trusted destination for premium weld stud bolts designed to meet stringent industry standards. As a reputable manufacturer, we specialize in crafting weld stud bolts that adhere to DIN, ASTM, ISO, BS standards, and equivalent international norms. Our dedication to quality ensures that each weld stud bolt we produce is meticulously engineered for superior performance and reliability across various applications. Whether you need weld stud bolts for industrial machinery, construction projects, or automotive assemblies, GIC Fasteners is your go-to source. Count on us to deliver customized fastening solutions tailored to your specific requirements, backed by our commitment to precision engineering and customer satisfaction.

A weld stud bolts serves as a specialized fastener designed for welding onto a workpiece. Typically crafted from steel or a similar metal, it features a compact, cylindrical head with a threaded shaft extending from it. Widely utilized across automotive manufacturing, construction, and appliance production sectors, weld studs play a pivotal role in securing components onto metal surfaces.

These studs offer numerous advantages over traditional fasteners. Their exceptional strength, coupled with corrosion resistance, makes them ideal for applications requiring durability and reliability. Moreover, weld studs boast the ability to withstand high temperatures, rendering them suitable for environments with demanding operating conditions.

Installation of weld studs involves various welding processes, including shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), flux-cored arc welding (FCAW), and tungsten inert gas welding (TIG). This versatility makes weld studs a preferred choice for engineers and manufacturers seeking robust fastening solutions for their projects.

Looking to enhance the structural integrity of your projects with high-quality weld stud bolts? Your search ends here at GIC Fasteners. Our weld stud bolts are meticulously engineered to meet rigorous quality standards, ensuring they provide durable and dependable fastening solutions across diverse applications. Whether you operate in the industrial, construction, or automotive sectors, our bolts are designed to deliver exceptional performance and longevity.

At GIC Fasteners, we recognize the significance of selecting the right fastening solution tailored to your unique requirements. That’s why our team offers personalized assistance to help you select the perfect weld stud bolts for your specific project needs. Reach out to us at sales@gicfasteners.com today for expert advice and competitive pricing. Trust GIC Fasteners to be your trusted partner in fortifying your projects with top-of-the-line weld stud bolts that surpass expectations.

Weld 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 Weld Stud Bolts, Partial Threaded Weld Stud Bolts, Metric Weld Stud Bolts, Imperial Weld 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
Recommended welding guns : C 08, CA 08
Recommended power units : CD 20, CD 1501, CD 2301, CD 3101, CDM 2401, CDM 3201, SCD 3201

Stainless Steel Weld Stud Bolts Size Chart

Weld Stud
DIAMETER (d) M3 M4 M5 M6 M8
Head OD d2 (+/- 0.2) Nom 4.50 5.50 6.50 7.50 9.00
Min 4.70 5.70 6.70 7.70 9.20
Max 4.30 5.30 6.30 7.30 8.80
Head Thickness h1 Min 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.80
Max 1.40 1.40 1.40 1.40 1.40
Tip Dia d4 (+/- 0.08) Nom 0.60 0.65 0.75 0.75 0.75
Min 0.68 0.73 0.83 0.83 0.83
Max 0.52 0.57 0.67 0.67 0.67
Tip length l3 (+/- 0.05) Nom 0.55 0.55 0.80 0.80 0.85
Min 0.60 0.60 0.85 0.85 0.90
Max 0.50 0.50 0.75 0.75 0.80
Length Min Max
6 --- 6 WLDS03006
8 ---- 8 WLDS03008 WLDS04008
10 ---- 10 WLDS03010 WLDS04010 WLDS05010 WLDS06010
12 ---- 12 WLDS03012 WLDS04012 WLDS05012 WLDS06012 WLDS08012
16 ---- 16 WLDS03016 WLDS04016 WLDS05016 WLDS06016 WLDS08016
20 ---- 20 WLDS03020 WLDS04020 WLDS05020 WLDS06020 WLDS08020
25 ---- 25 WLDS04025 WLDS05025 WLDS06025 WLDS08025
30 ---- 30 WLDS05030 WLDS06030 WLDS08030

Grades of Stainless Steel Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Duplex & Super Duplex Steel Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Nickel Alloys Weld Stud Bolts

  • Inconel 600 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Inconel 601 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Inconel 625 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Inconel 718 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Incoloy 800 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Incoloy 825 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Monel 400 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Monel K500 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Nickel 200 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Nickel 201 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Hastelloy C276 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Hastelloy C22 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Hastelloy B2 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Hastelloy B3 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Hastelloy X Weld Stud Bolts

Grades of Titanium Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Tantalum Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Copper Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Cupro Nickel Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Brass Carriage Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Weld Stud Head Bolts

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

Grades of Carbon Steel Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Alloy Steel Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Silicon Bronze Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Phosphor Bronze Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Zirconium Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Beryllium Copper Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of High Tensile Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Nimonic Weld Stud Bolts

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

Grades of Nitronic Weld Stud Bolts

  • Nitronic 50 Weld Stud Bolts
  • Nitronic 60 Weld Stud Bolts

Characteristics of Weld Stud Bolts

  • Design: Weld stud bolts have a threaded end for attachment and a weldable base that can be joined to a surface through welding, providing a secure connection.
  • Material: These fasteners are available in various materials, including nickel alloys, carbon steel, stainless steel, and alloy steel, chosen based on factors like corrosion resistance and load-bearing capacity.
  • Thread Type: Weld stud bolts can feature different thread types, such as standard threads or metric threads, to match specific requirements.
  • Size: Weld stud bolts come in various sizes, with dimensions specified by thread diameter, length, and base diameter, allowing for customization to fit specific applications.
  • Welding Method: These fasteners are designed for various welding methods, including arc welding, capacitor discharge welding (CD), and drawn arc welding (DA), ensuring compatibility with different welding processes.
  • Strength: Weld stud bolts are engineered to offer high tensile strength and load-bearing capacity, making them ideal for applications where strong and reliable connections are crucial.
  • Coating: To enhance corrosion resistance and durability, weld stud bolts can be coated with finishes like zinc plating, hot-dip galvanization, or specialized coatings.
  • Applications: Weld stud bolts find use in industries such as construction, automotive, manufacturing, petrochemical, and aerospace, where secure welding connections are essential.
  • Customization: Manufacturers like GIC Fasteners offer customization options for weld stud bolts, allowing customers to specify dimensions, materials, threading, and coatings to meet unique project requirements.

Applications of Weld Stud Bolts

Weld stud bolts are versatile fasteners with a wide range of applications across various industries. Their unique design, which includes a threaded end for attachment and a weldable base, makes them invaluable for securing and fastening objects in diverse settings. Here are some common applications of weld stud bolts:

  • Construction: Weld stud bolts are extensively used in the construction industry for anchoring structural components, including steel beams, columns, and plates. They provide a reliable and secure connection in building frameworks.
  • Automotive and Manufacturing: These fasteners play a critical role in the automotive and manufacturing sectors, where they are used for attaching various components, such as brackets, flanges, and panels, ensuring structural integrity.
  • Petrochemical and Oil & Gas: In harsh environments like petrochemical plants and oil & gas facilities, weld stud bolts are employed for joining pipes, supports, and equipment, withstanding extreme conditions and pressures.
  • Aerospace and Defense: The aerospace and defense industries rely on weld stud bolts to secure critical components in aircraft, spacecraft, and military equipment, ensuring safety and performance in demanding environments.
  • Shipbuilding and Maritime: In shipbuilding and maritime applications, weld stud bolts are used for attaching various components, including deck structures, pipelines, and ship fittings, providing strong and corrosion-resistant connections.
  • Heavy Machinery: Weld stud bolts find use in heavy machinery and equipment manufacturing, where they are employed for securing parts and assemblies, contributing to the robustness and reliability of machinery.
  • Electrical and Electronics: These fasteners are used in electrical and electronic equipment manufacturing for mounting components, panels, and enclosures securely, ensuring stability and safety.
  • Custom Fabrication: Weld stud bolts are often chosen by DIY enthusiasts and fabricators for custom projects, including building structural frameworks, shelves, and custom fixtures.

These applications highlight the adaptability and importance of weld stud bolts in various industries. Their strength, durability, and weldability make them a preferred choice for creating secure and reliable connections in a wide range of settings.

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Weld Stud Bolts - FAQs

Weld stud bolts are fasteners with a threaded end for attachment and a weldable base. They work by being welded directly to a surface, providing a secure connection for various applications.

Weld stud bolts can be manufactured from materials like carbon steel, stainless steel, and alloy steel, chosen based on factors such as corrosion resistance and load-bearing capacity.

Yes, these fasteners come in various sizes and can have different thread types to match specific requirements, making them versatile for diverse applications.

Weld stud bolts are compatible with various welding methods, including arc welding, capacitor discharge welding (CD), and drawn arc welding (DA), providing flexibility for different welding processes.

Yes, weld stud bolts can conform to international standards such as DIN, ASTM, ISO, BS, and equivalent norms, ensuring quality and safety in various industries.

Choosing the right length depends on the thickness of the materials you're welding together. Measure the combined thickness and consider the required welding depth for a secure connection.

These bolts can be coated with finishes like zinc plating, hot-dip galvanization, or specialized coatings, providing added protection against corrosion and environmental factors.

Absolutely. We offer customization options for weld stud bolts, allowing you to specify dimensions, materials, thread types, and coatings to meet the unique requirements of your project.

For quotes, technical assistance, or any other inquiries related to our weld stud bolt products and services, please feel free to contact us at sales@gicfasteners.com. Our experts are here to assist you with your welding fastener needs.

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