Headed Anchor Bolts
Headed anchor bolts are different from bent anchor bolts or anchor rods, because the non-threaded end has a forged hex, heavy hex or square head. The headed end is embedded into concrete foundations to secure structural steel columns, light poles, bridge rail, and substation structures. Available specifications include, but are not limited to, ASTM F1554, A449, and A307.
Portland Bolt manufactures headed anchor bolts from 1/2" through 2-1/2" diameter in many different ASTM specifications. They are provided either plain finish or hot-dip galvanized.
Stock F1554 Grade 36 Headed Anchor Bolts
Portland Bolt stocks the above sized F1554 grade 36 hex head anchor bolts that are ready for immediate shipment. These hex bolts have a forged hex head and are not a rod with a tack welded nut. We stock a wider range of F1554 grade 36 headed anchor bolts in a hot-dip galvanized finish than in a plain, black finish. Galvanized anchor bolts can usually be substituted for plain finish anchor bolts, especially when a quick delivery is required. If substituting a galvanized anchor bolt is not acceptable, Portland Bolt can always manufacture F1554 grade 36 headed anchor bolts in a plain, black finish. All stock F1554 headed anchor bolts have a 6” thread length.
Educational and Technical Information
For more in-depth technical information about the F1554 anchor bolt specification, visit www.f1554anchorbolts.com which includes summaries for grade 36, grade 55, grade 105, configuration information, nut and washer compatibility, application information, frequently asked questions, and even an F1554 anchor bolt quiz!