We're Nuts About Bolts: A Brief Introduction to Our Bolt Offering

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We offer a range of products when it comes to nuts and bolts in Phoenix that can meet a variety of industrial and personal needs.

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Were Nuts About Bolts: A Brief Introduction to Our Bolt Offering AM Nut Bolt is a nut and bolt distributor that never short changes its clientele. We offer a range of products when it comes to nuts and bolts in Phoenix that can meet a variety of industrial and personal needs. Here are some of our offerings in detail and according to the material they are best for:

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For Wood: Lag bolts – Also known as lag screws these are some of the most common fasteners that we offer. These are typically used to connect heavy pieces of lumber and other heavy wooden materials that are being used to support heavy loads. These are different from the wood sheet metal and self-drilling variety but they are larger in size than most. A single lag bolt can be 3/4 inch diameter and up to 24 inches in length. Carriage Bolts: These bolts feature a square shoulder and have a round head which is designed to offer resistance or friction when the nut is tightened or when it is being removed. These are best used for wooden connections where the head might be hidden and inaccessible for tightening. Carriage bolts are usually used to construct docks and large decks along with other surfaces that require a smooth finish and robust fastenings. Elevator Bolts: These are typically used to fasten elevator belts and to secure them. The head and the square neck of the elevator bolt has a large diameter and provides a larger surface that prevents it from gouging and damaging the material of the belt. Specialty Bolts Plow Bolts: Not to be confused with carriage bolts plow bolts usually have a flat or a sunken head which allows a smoother finished surface when they are drilled in. They do have a locking base right under the head but unlike the carriage variety these are square in shape. This prevents the bolts from turning again once they are screwed in tightly. These are usually used on plow blades hence the name and also on heavy duty construction equipment. Square Head Bolts: Square head bolts were popular before hex bolts came into the picture but they are still specified on some projects. These are usually meant to enhance aesthetics such as providing a rustic look to a structure and square lag screws are also used for the same purpose. The head provides an easy grip for wrenches and to fasten nuts tightly which is critical in railway applications. Flange Bolts: These bolts feature a flange under the head which is also circular in shape. The head is designed to act as a washer i.e. it distributes load across a great area. Flange bolts that are not serrated are also known as frame bolts. You can identify one by the ridge below the head. These are typically used by line

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workers who work in automotives and can provide the same bearing power as a washer. These were just some of the nuts and bolts we provide to the Phoenix market at AM Nut Bolt. For more information about our products feel free to explore our website.

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