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  • The difference between high-strength bolt friction type and pressure type connection

    The difference between high-strength bolt friction type and pressure type connection

    High-strength bolt connection is to clamp the plate of the connecting plate through the large tightening pretension in the bolt rod, which is sufficient to generate a large friction force, thereby improving the integrity and rigidity of the connection. When subjected to shear force, according to the... read more

    Feb 07,2021 Industry News
  • The difference between high-strength bolts and ordinary bolts

    The difference between high-strength bolts and ordinary bolts

    High-strength bolts can bear greater load than ordinary bolts of the same specification. The material of ordinary bolts is made of Q235 (ie A3). The material of high-strength bolts is 35# steel or other high-quality materials. After being made, heat treatment is performed to improve the strength. Th... read more

    Jan 30,2021 Industry News
  • Basic knowledge and maintenance of stud bolts

    Basic knowledge and maintenance of stud bolts

    The production of stud bolts requires fixed equipment and machine tool processing. Of course, the processing procedure is relatively simple. There are mainly the following procedures: first, the material needs to be drawn, which is to straighten the distorted material with a drawing machine. After t... read more

    Jan 23,2021 Industry News
  • High-strength bolt quality

    High-strength bolt quality

    Today, advanced manufacturing represented by large aircraft, large power generation equipment, automobiles, high-speed trains, large ships, and large complete sets of equipment has entered an important development direction. As a result, fasteners will enter an important stage of development. High-s... read more

    Jan 16,2021 Industry News
  • The application of stud bolts and how to prevent moisture and rust

    The application of stud bolts and how to prevent moisture and rust

    Bolts are screws with larger diameters, and they can also have no heads, such as studs. Generally speaking, it is not called a "stallion" but a "stallion". The most common form of double-ended studs is threaded at both ends and a smooth rod in the middle. The most typical use: anchor bolts, or simil... read more

    Jan 09,2021 Industry News
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