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NUTS

Hex Nuts – Finished Hex Nuts are the most common and versatile nut designed. They can be used for almost any application. We offer this nut in multiple finishes, from plain, zinc-plated, hot-dipped galvanized, 304 stainless steel and 316 stainless steel. Sizes available in 1/4" - 1 3/4" diameter.

Heavy Hex Nuts – Heavy Hex Nuts are the strongest of all comparably graded designs with a greater length of thread engagement for a better resistance to stretching or widening. Because they are thicker and stronger than standard nuts they are used for the larger diameter and stronger bolts. Available in 2H, galvanized, 304 stainless steel and 316 stainless steel finishes.

Wing Nuts – Wing Nuts are designed to be tightened/loosened by hand. Available in zinc and stainless finishes.

Acorn Nuts – Acorn nuts are used primarily in "topping" off a piece of material since it has a crown/dome cover.

Serrated Flange Nuts – Serrated Flange Nuts are nuts with a built in washer that is serrated to resist vibration. Available in zinc and stainless steel.

Jam Nuts – Jam Nuts are just a thinner version of a regular hex nut but are also good use for leveling purposes. It can be threaded onto a bolt and locked tightly against another nut which will lock the nut in place preventing it from backing off. Available in galvanized and plain finishes.

Coupling Nuts – Coupling Nuts are used to make up long tie rod assemblies from shorter pieces of rod by attaching two threaded pieces of rod/material or two other male threaded fasteners together. Available in zinc, galvanized and stainless steel finishes.

Reducing Coupling Nuts – Reducing Coupling Nuts are used to attach two different size threaded rod/material together. Available in zinc, galvanized and stainless steel finishes.

*these are only a few of the different types of nuts that Bolt & Nut, Inc. offers, please make sure to ask our sales department for any item you are looking for*

STANDARD THREAD PITCH
DIAMETER COARSE FINE 2H
1/4 20 28  
5/16 18 24  
3/8 16 24  
7/16 14 20  
1/2 13 24  
9/16 12 18  
5/8 11 18  
3/4 10 16  
7/8 9 14  
1 9 14  
1-1/8 7 OR 8 12 7 OR 8
1-1/4 7 OR 8 12 7 OR 8
1-3/8 6 OR 8 12 6 OR 8
1-1/2 6 OR 8 12 6 OR 8
1-5/8 5-1/2 OR 8 12 5-1/2 OR 8
1-3/4 5 OR 8 12 5 OR 8
1-7/8 5 OR 8 12 5 OR 8
2 4-1/2 OR 8 12 4-1/2 OR 8
2-1/4 4-1/2 OR 8 12 4-1/2 OR 8
2-1/2 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
2-3/4 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
2-3/4 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
3 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
3-1/4 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
3-1/2 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
3-3/4 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
4 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
METRIC THREAD PITCH
COARSE FINE SPECIAL
M6-1.0 M6-0.7  
M8-1.25 M8-1.0  
M10-1.5 M10-1.25 M10-1.0
M12-1.75 M12-1.25 M12-1.5
>M14-2.0 M14-1.5  
M16-2.0 M16-1.5  
M18-2.5 M18-1.5  
M20-2.5 M20-1.5  
M22-2.5 M22-1.5  
M24-3.0 M24-2.0 M24-1.5
M27-3.0 M27-2.0 M27-1.5
M30-3.5 M30-2.0 M30-1.5
M33-3.5 M33-2.0 M33-1.5
M36-4.0 M36-2.0 M36-1.5
M42-4.5    

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BOLTS

Hex Bolts – are also knows as machine bolts or hex cap screws. They are a very common bolt when it comes to construction or repair. They come in a large variety of sizes and diameters. The best way to choose a hex bolt is to choose which material the bolt is made from to best suit your needs.

Heavy Hex Bolts – Several ASTM requirements require a hex head that is larger than a standard finished hex head bolt. You can refer to the ASTM requirements to see which is best suited for what your specific needs are.

Lag Bolts – A tie is a structural component designed to resist tension. Tie rods are often used to brace steel structures, such as bridges, industrial buildings, tanks, towers, and cranes. They are commonly combined with turnbuckles and clevises to create the "tie rod assembly".

Carriage Bolts – also knows as plow bolts have a round dome head with a square neck are commonly used in wood connections. The square neck under the round dome head will pull or seat into the hole in the wood as the nut is tightened to prevent the head from turning. They come in a variety of types to choose from. Zinc plating for rust resistance; steel grade 5 medium carbon bolt used in high strength automotive applications; stainless steel 18-8 which is the material of choice for exterior and marine applications and is produced from an alloy of steel with a high corrosion resistance; Hot dipped galvanized bolts provide much more corrosion resistant than the zinc-plated bolts and work with galvanized nuts for exterior use in the coastal areas.

Machine Bolts – are made from multiple metals and are applied, hence the name, metal to metal which is commonly found on different types on machines. The heads can be may be square, hexagonal, rounded, or flat countersunk. Machine bolts are made in diameters from ½" to 3 inches depending on the length desired for each application and can be cut with fine and/or course threads that extend in length from twice the diameter of the bolt plus ¼" to twice the diameter plus ½" (depending on the length of the bolt).

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WASHERS

Standard Flat Washers

Lock Washers

Hardened Round Washers

Beveled Washers

Hillside Washers

Fender Washers

Tooth Washers

STANDARD THREAD PITCH
DIAMETER COARSE FINE 2H
1/4 20 28  
5/16 18 24  
3/8 16 24  
7/16 14 20  
1/2 13 24  
9/16 12 18  
5/8 11 18  
3/4 10 16  
7/8 9 14  
1 9 14  
1-1/8 7 OR 8 12 7 OR 8
1-1/4 7 OR 8 12 7 OR 8
1-3/8 6 OR 8 12 6 OR 8
1-1/2 6 OR 8 12 6 OR 8
1-5/8 5-1/2 OR 8 12 5-1/2 OR 8
1-3/4 5 OR 8 12 5 OR 8
1-7/8 5 OR 8 12 5 OR 8
2 4-1/2 OR 8 12 4-1/2 OR 8
2-1/4 4-1/2 OR 8 12 4-1/2 OR 8
2-1/2 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
2-3/4 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
2-3/4 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
3 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
3-1/4 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
3-1/2 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
3-3/4 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
4 4 OR 8 12 4 OR 8
METRIC THREAD PITCH
COARSE FINE SPECIAL
M6-1.0 M6-0.7  
M8-1.25 M8-1.0  
M10-1.5 M10-1.25 M10-1.0
M12-1.75 M12-1.25 M12-1.5
>M14-2.0 M14-1.5  
M16-2.0 M16-1.5  
M18-2.5 M18-1.5  
M20-2.5 M20-1.5  
M22-2.5 M22-1.5  
M24-3.0 M24-2.0 M24-1.5
M27-3.0 M27-2.0 M27-1.5
M30-3.5 M30-2.0 M30-1.5
M33-3.5 M33-2.0 M33-1.5
M36-4.0 M36-2.0 M36-1.5
M42-4.5    

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RODS

Anchor Rods – are the same as anchor bolts without the bend. They are used for the same purposes; highway sign structures, light poles, traffic signals, bridges, along with many other applications.

All Thread Rod – The threaded rod is one of the most used fastener methods used today. This is because of the various sizes, its high durability and the amount of materials this type of rod can be found in. All thread is used for anything from an anchor bolt to a through bolt in a variety of grades and materials as well as stainless steel.

Tie Rods with Turnbuckle and Clevis – A tie is a structural component designed to resist tension. Tie rods are often used to brace steel structures, such as bridges, industrial buildings, tanks, towers, and cranes. They are commonly combined with turnbuckles and clevises to create the "tie rod assembly".

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