Cross arm or machine bolts are used in the pole line industry. They have square heads and a semi-cone point and typically come with a square nut assembled. They are also typically hot-dip galvanized in order to protect the steel. We can manufacture cross arm bolts up to 1-1/2″ in diameter. Cross arm bolts follow the thread length guidelines used for pole line fasteners. More information about machine bolts is available on our educational microsite polelinefasteners.com.
Machine Bolt Dimensions
|Body Diameter||Width Across Flats||Width Across Corners||Height|
Dimensions per ASME B18.2.1 1996
* ASME only defines head dimensions up to 1-1/2". Dimensions for 1-3/4 and 2" are approximate and not covered under the ASME dimensional specifications.
Take a quick tour of our shop and follow an order of 7/8″ diameter square head machine bolts through the manufacturing process. This video includes shearing, pointing, hot forging, roll threading, and galvanizing. Find out what it takes to make an order of large, custom machine bolts. Find more of our videos, or subscribe to us at pdxbolt on YouTube
Visit our educational website www.polelinefasteners.com for product specific information on headed pole line fasteners. You can also read the answers to frequently asked questions about pole line fasteners and hardware.