High Tensile Bolts are a kind of a threaded hardware fastener used to position two work pieces in a specific relation to one another. For different applications and needs, bolts cane be availed in several configurations and variances. They are threaded fasteners that are secured from being turned at the stage in assembly, but are released or positioned by torqueing a nut. They are externally threaded fasteners can be easily inserted into pre tapped holes or material and generate internal threads. They can be fastened by applying torque to the head. They can be sourced in different materials from aluminum, brass, copper, plastic, steel, stainless steel, titanium to any other alloy according to the need.
Right from our establishment in this industry, we have been engaged in manufacturing and exporting the best quality stock of High Tensile Bolts. These bolts are widely used for attaching objects in concrete and solid structures. Available for clients in all standard dimensions to meet their individual requirements, these High Tensile Bolts are in compliance with industry standards. Before the final delivery in market, these bolts are stringently tested on various standard quality parameters by experts. Our collection is resistant to oxidation, light and thermal as well as electrical conducive. Easy to install and use, the range comes with low magnetic permeability with good load capacity. Our wear resistance range is highly suitable for different applications such pools, manufacturing, automotive, construction, electrical, plumbing purposes, repairing, etc. With chemical and abrasion resistant feature with an appealing finish, the range provides the best performance. They exhibit good mechanical strength, high surface stability, and creep resistant at high temperatures. They are hard and strong with high strength and toughness.
Free from wear and tear
Can bear heavy loads
High end finishing
Cash in Advance (CID), Cash Advance (CA), Cheque
150 Kilograms Ton Per Month
Free samples are available
Main Export Market(s)
Asia, Australia, Central America, North America, South America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East, Africa