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Carbide Studs are cylindrical fasteners with threads on both ends. Widely used in electric power, chemical industry, oil refining, valves, railways, bridges, steel structures, automobile and motorcycle accessories, machinery, boiler steel structures, pendant towers, large-span steel structures and large buildings.
What are Carbide Studs?
What kinds of Carbide Studs are there?
What is the difference between Carbide Stud and Bolt?
Carbide Stud is a type of fastener that has no head and only has external threads on both ends. When connecting, one end of the Carbide Studs must be screwed into the part with the female threaded hole, the other end through the part with the through hole, and then the nut is screwed on, even if the two parts are tightly connected as one piece. This form of connection is called the Carbide Studs connection, which is also a detachable connection. Studs are mainly used for occasions where one of the connected parts is thick, requires a compact structure, or is not suitable for bolted connection due to frequent disassembly.
There are two kinds of commonly used Carbide Studs (also known as full-threaded studs), the thread is divided into two types: coarse and fine. The fastener standard stipulates that M36 bolts use coarse thread, M36 and above diameters can use fine thread, and the pitch is 3. bm=1d studs are generally used for the connection between two steel connected parts; bm=1.25d and bm=1.5d studs are generally used between cast iron connected parts and steel connected parts The connection between; bm=2dCarbide Studs is generally used for the connection between the aluminum alloy to be connected and the steel to be connected. The former connector has internal threaded holes, and the latter connector has through holes. Equal length Carbide Studs threads at both ends need to be matched with nuts and washers for two connected parts with through holes. Welding Carbide Studs One end is welded on the surface of the connected piece, and the other end (threaded end) is passed through the connected piece with a through hole, and then the washer is put on, and the nut is screwed on, so that the two connected pieces are connected as a whole.
A bolt is a bolt head with a bolt head at one end, usually hexagonal, outer cylindrical inner hexagonal, or countersunk head with a flat or cross-shaped groove, and the other end is full or part of the length with threads. Fastening parts, When tightening, only the threaded end needs to be equipped with a nut to achieve tightening; Carbide Stud, the structure is that both ends are threaded. When using, you need to screw one end to the fixed part first, then put the fastener, and finally Tighten the nut at the other end to achieve the tightening effect. The picture in the mechanical drawing is very clear.
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