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Bolt class and grade

Bolt class and grade

Bolt class and grade

Is there a resource, web based preferably, that describes the different classes and grades of bolts and example applications?

RE: Bolt class and grade

I like Portland Bolt: http://www.portlandbolt.com/products/  
I think that it comes up when you use Google.  What specific information do you need that they don't have on their site?

RE: Bolt class and grade

The FAQ's of this forum have multiple selections.

A simple Google search yielded many more.

This is a pretty simple question for an engineer, any further comment?


RE: Bolt class and grade

Thanks for the help guys.  The links are great.  As for the Google option, I must not be very good at it because all I got was a ton of sellers and distributers.  But with your excellent assistance I found the answer I was looking for.

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