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RS PRO Zinc Plated Steel Threaded Bar, M12, 1m

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Price (ex. GST) Each (In a Pack of 5)

$10.266

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$11.293

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RS Stock No.:
530-359
Manufacturer:
RS PRO
COO (Country of Origin):
CN
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5 +$10.266$51.33
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Metric - BZP Steel


These 1m steel rods are fully threaded and made of grade 4.6 mild steel, with a range of thread sizes available: M3 (RS: 530292), M4 (RS: 530309), M5 (RS: 530315), M6 (RS: 530321), M8 (RS: 530337), M10 (RS: 530343), M12 (RS: 530359), M16 (RS: 276500), and M20 (RS: 276516).


Zinc plated steel studding
Grade 4.6 mild steel, 40 kg/mm² UTS


Frequently Asked Questions


What are threaded rods?


Threaded rods, also referred to as studs, are helically-threaded rods made of metal, such as steel, brass and stainless steel, or sometimes plastic, like nylon. Similar to screws but without a head, these rods combine linear and rotational movement to create a strong fastening bond between materials, with the thread allowing for nuts and bolts to also be used when required. As these rods are designed to withstand very high levels of pressure and tension, they are commonly used in support systems among a variety of other applications.


What are they made of?


The combination of high tensile strength and flexibility in steel grants it the ability to withstand applied loads or forces without losing its shape, making it the perfect material for threaded rods, especially when used as a supporting rod. Bright zinc plating (BZP) is the most common finish primarily used to offer galvanising protection against rusting or oxidising.


What are they used for?


Threaded rods have many applications, acting as a pin to fasten, hold or connect two materials together. The threading on the rod provides a tightening action, using friction to hold the fastening together. Threaded rods can be used with woods, metals and even concrete to provide either a permanent or temporary base to support projects. This especially applies to construction projects, such as studding concrete foundations to provide additional support.


AttributeValue
Thread SizeM12
MaterialSteel
Length1m
Thread Length StyleFully Threaded
FinishZinc Plated