A fully threaded headless fastener commonly used with two nuts or with a nut in a tapped hole. For lengths of 1ft or greater, see Threaded rod.
A corrosion resistant steel alloy. The most common stainless steel for general hardware use.
A low carbon steel for general use. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance.
A low carbon steel for general use. Unplated finish.
A lightweight and corrosion resistant metal.
A general purpose nylon often used in fasteners for corrosion resistance.
A fully threaded rod with no head or drive. Commonly used in manufacturing, automotive, electrical, plumbing and general construction applications. For lengths less than 1ft, see Studs.
A highly corrosion resistant grade of stainless steel. Ideal in salt water and chlorine environments.
A low carbon steel for general use. Hot dipped galvanized is a coating for very good corrosion resistance.
Solid brass. An alloy of primarily copper and zinc with good corrosion resistance. Used mostly in decorative and electrical applications. Exact color varies.
Solid bronze. An alloy of copper with greater strength and corrosion resistance than brass. Exact color varies.
Smooth square bar used for machining keys that connect rotating machine elements to a shaft.
A smooth circular unthreaded rod with no head or drive used in manufacturing and repair applications.
A fully threaded rod with no head or drive. Commonly used in manufacturing, automotive, electrical, plumbing, and general construction applications.