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Portland Bolt manufactures custom bolts for a variety of industries. We have worked on projects all over the world, from supplying anchor bolt assemblies for power plants to large domestic bolts for bridge projects. Since 1912 Portland Bolt has built a reputation for quality and industry expertise.
Our experienced estimators are on hand to answer your questions. Whether you are looking for a quick cost estimate on a complicated anchor bolt assembly or need help determining if a diameter or material specification is available in the marketplace, call Portland Bolt.
The below are some common questions with quick resources. If you find our service valuable please pass our name along to contractors or owners you work with as a potential source for these materials. For a complete list of frequently ask question see Ask the Expert.
|Are A325 or A490 anchor bolts available?||No, ASTM A325 and A490 specifications cover headed bolts for steel to steel applications. For identical strength and chemical properties, consider specifying A449 for A325 or A354 Grade BD for A490. Also consider specifying ASTM F1554 which is a headed, bent, or threaded rod anchor bolt specification with yield strengths of 36, 55, and 105 ksi.|
|Is a certain material or anchor bolt configuration available?||Call (800) 547-6758, email, or try our online live chat to speak with an experienced Portland Bolt estimator. We can help with material availability or discuss possible options.|
|What is the difference between cut thread and rolled threads?||See a detailed explanation on our frequently asked questions page or contact us for more detailed information.|
|Are these bolts or nuts available domestically?||Portland Bolt specializes in domestically manufactured bolts and nonstandard fasteners. We also inventory a full line domestic hardware. Our accredited lab will provide accurate certification to trace material origin.|
|Do you stock 7/8" or 1" lag bolts?||Lag bolts are not readily available in the market place larger than 3/4" in diameter. Portland Bolt manufactures lag screws to meet your needs.|