Domestic Timber Bolts, Including Galvanized (HDG) A307 Grade A, And Stainless Steel
Timber bolts are sometimes called mushroom head bolts, safety head bolts, fender head bolts, dome head bolts, or economy bolts. The underside of the low-profile and rounded head of timber bolts has two fins or nubs, the purpose of which is to prevent the bolt from turning in the timber. The oversized timber bolt head has eliminated the need for a malleable iron washer.
Timber Bolts For Wood And Marine Applications And More
Timber bolts are usually made from hot-dipped galvanized steel and stainless steel for special applications, including those that call for added resistance like marine settings. They are sometimes referred to as HDG or galvanized timber bolts as a result of this type of finish. You'll find an extensive selection of domestic timber bolts right here in our catalog, including a variety of lengths, thread configurations, and diameters, which meet with standard A307 grade A timber bolt specs. They are available for immediate shipment.
Why Source Timber Bolts From BACO Enterprises?
When you source your timber bolts from us, or other structural components such as HDG galv anchor bolts and stainless carriage bolts, you’re working with a leading fastener distributor that can meet your needs without delay. We provide our customers with dedicated customer service and a promise of quality and integrity in the many fasteners we provide. We can even visit your job site to offer our support and surveying services to help you determine which bolts are best suited to your application.
What Can You Expect From BACO Enterprises
Once you submit your RFQ to us, you can expect a speedy and thorough response to your needs and answers to all of your questions. You can also expect to get access to highly competitive prices thanks to our relationship with the globe's leading fastener sources and our own manufacturing capabilities. You can also expect some of the fastest delivery available from any supplier, which includes 24-hour shipping options to many areas in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maryland, Delaware,
New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and Virginia.