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What does the "F" designation signify? That is sure to cause some
head-scratching on the part of unsavvy contractors and fabricators 'round these
here parts.

Scott E Maxwell wrote:
> 
> In addition, you might want to start specifying F1554 anchor rods.  This
> is supposedly the industry standard per AISC.  The F1554 anchor rods are
> typically available in grade 55 (ie 55 ksi).  See the following web page:
> 
> http://www.modernsteel.com/home.asp?iid=59&aid=181

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