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Threaded rods produced to ASTM A307 and anchor rods produced to F1554 are 
not the same. See Portland Bolt for information on anchor rods. Most 
engineers would not use an althreaded rod for anchorage as all the 
development stress is concentrated in the threads..

Bill Scott, PE, SE, SECB
ConocoPhillips Alaska
(907) 265-6062, Cell (907) 952-6019
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From: Joe Venuti [jovenengr(--nospam--at)verizon.net]
Sent: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 06:59 PM Central Standard Time
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Subject: [EXTERNAL][SEAINT-SEAOSC] Anchor Rods

Hello All

In the Anchor Rod spec F1554 does it cover threaded rods up to 4ft long or
is that a different spec ?

I use to use A307 callout for all thread rods of various lengths.

Joe Venuti

Joven Engineering

P.O. Box 5098

La Quinta,  CA  92248-5098

760 408-6441

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