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Typically a thru-bolt is relied on in the most difficult of jobs as it is the strongest and most dependable when a lot of weight is present. Thru-bolts are often found in garage doors, sun awnings, security grills, rolling shutters, and many other applications and industries. Wherever safety is a concern, thru-bolts are in place to not only provide adequate support but peace of mind as well. Read More…

Thru-Bolts Thru-bolts by very definition are bolts that pass through a layer completely, which binds by the use of a nut on the other side of the layer.
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Leading Manufacturers

Jefferson, OH  |  888-536-3674

Our company has manufacturing experiences dating back to 1970 and over the years we have grown into an international supplier of bolts.

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Ken Forging $$$

Winston-Salem, NC  |  800-642-0921

With more than 130,000 commercial and industrial grade fasteners in inventory, our wide distribution network is positioned to get you the parts you need fast. Whether we’re keeping your bins full with a Vendor Managed Inventory Program or rushing emergency replacement parts with 24-hour on-call service, you’ll know that we’ve got you covered. Our HQ’s quality system is certified to AS9120 with ISO 9001 by NSF-ISR to ensure the fasteners we supply are the highest quality parts available.

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Southern Fasteners & Supply, LLC $$$

Mansfield, TX  |  877-844-8595

We are located in The Dallas area, but we are dedicated to serving customers everywhere. Our products serve many industries including automotive, construction, and many others! We have been producing high quality products since 1984 and this is a tradition that we strive to continue! Get in touch with our customer service department today to learn more about what we may do for you!

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AFT Fasteners $$$

Concord, NC  |  800-650-4707

E & T Fasteners provides your fastening solutions in record time. We specialize in molded and machined industrial plastic and metal fasteners. We offer stock items such as plastic bolts, screws, nuts, washers, spacers, threaded rod, metal stud fasteners and non-threaded metal fasteners. Plus, we'll customize to your specifications.

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E & T Fasteners $$$

Philadelphia, PA  |  215-537-8700

As one of the most experienced industrial bolt manufacturers in the world, we put our experience to work in the development and production of your part: eye bolts, anchor bolts, hexagon bolts, stainless steel bolts and u bolts. We’re a proud member of the AISC, and our roots reach back to 1864. Our clients trust us to supply the best bolts, washers, nuts, rods, weld studs, turnbuckles, and mechanical anchors on the market. Come to us for one of the largest inventories of bolts, nuts and washers.

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Haydon Bolts, Inc. $$$

Kansas City, MO  |  800-369-2658

Established in 1961, BTM Manufacturing creates fastener and threaded components for OEMs across the country. We design high-quality U-bolts, J-bolts, spade bolts, studs, anchor bolts, eye bolts, and rods for multiple applications. We provide custom manufacturing services to ensure customers can find the right part for their project.

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BTM Manufacturing $$$
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In order to ensure that you are receiving a thru-bolt that is acceptable to use within your application, seek out a skilled and knowledgeable thru-bolt manufacturer who can assess your application and suggest the best possible bolt. Bolts themselves are made from metals such as aluminum, titanium and stainless steel rods and are manufactured in much the same way as other similar fasteners. First a rod of the desired material is heated and cleaned with sulfuric acid, as well as coated to prevent future rusting. The rod is then formed at room temperature using a method called cold forming which utilizes high pressure and is forced through dies and cut to length. It goes without saying that different thru-bolt manufacturers utilize different styles of manufacturing in order to meet the exact requirements of their client's applications.

Thru-Bolt with Eye Thru-Bolts - Ken Forging

Thru-bolts are especially difficult to manufacture as they are often much larger and thicker than a standard bolt due to the expected weight they must support. It is important to fully understand your application before consulting with a thru-bolt manufacturer to ensure that all of your requirements are met. In some applications, the length and thickness of the bolt must be precisely and carefully considered in order to properly support heavy loads. The bolt must be long enough to pass through your material or layer in order for a nut to be securely placed on the other side; it must also be thick enough to support the desired weight without snapping or breaking.

Be sure to fully explain your application to your thru-bolt manufacturer if you are unsure about what sizing requirements you may have. With years of experience and a working knowledge of thru-bolts, they will be able to provide you with a bolt that will go above and beyond your expectations.

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