At a steel column to concrete foundation and similar attachments, our office generally specifies an all thread rod with a nut-washer-nut at the bottom as opposed to a headed bolt. Portland Bolt has an article on their website stating that their testing indicates that an all thread rod with a nut is not as strong as a headed bolt. I was wondering what other engineers think about this and how others specify these types of attachments. Thanks.
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