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Re: ASTM For Headed Anchor Bolts

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Rich
I have been specifying hooked AB's or straight rods with
an end plate welded on for years.  I found out recently
that I can get 1.5 inch diam rods(50 ksi) headed for $3 Can each.
Smaller bolts are obviously less.
Gary

On 19 Oct 2004 at 12:33, richard lewis wrote:

> What is the correct ASTM for headed anchor bolts that are commonly
> available.  I have been using A307.  Is that the right one for anchor
> bolts?  Is this commonly available?  I'm trying to persuade some of my
> contractor clients into using headed anchor bolts instead of the 'J'
> bolts because the tension values are higher.  I have a job right now
> where the 'J' bolts are "on the job" even though my details show
> headed bolts and the contractor is telling me how difficult it is to
> get headed bolts.  I would like to get headed bolts in the range of
> 12" to 16" overall length if possible.
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> Rich
> 
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