DIN603 SS304 316 Square Neck Carriage Bolt

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FOB Price: US $0.5 – 9,999 / Piece
Min.Order: 1000pcs
Packaging: Bag/Box & Pallet
Port: Tianjin
Delivery: 5-30days Ather Receiving Depot
Payment: T/T, LC
Production Capacity: 300 Ton Per Month

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What is carriage bolts?

Carriage bolts are a type of fastener that can be made from a number of different materials (stainless steel being the most popular). A carriage bolt generally has a round head and a flat tip, and is threaded along part of its shank. Carriage bolts are often referred to as plow bolts or coach bolts and are most commonly used in wood applications. However, they are much more diverse than people might think.




Carriage bolts are ideal for fastening wood to metal. Alternatively, carriage bolts can also be used to fasten two pieces of wood together. Some specialty versions of carriage bolts allow for the effective fastening of two separate metal components. Furthermore, they can be used in a variety of different industries including the following:
Water conservation and treatment industry,
Railroad industry,
Farming industry, and
Mining industry, to name a few.


Product Parameters

Product name SS304 /316 Carriage Bolt
Size M3-100
Length 10-3000mm or as required
Grade SS304/SS316
Material Stainless steel
Surface treatment Plain
Standard DIN/ISO
Certificate ISO 9001
Sample Free Samples

Choosing the Right Carriage Bolt

If quality and longevity are important to you when it comes to carriage bolts, then it would be wise to purchase carriage bolts made out of stainless steel. These bolts will be corrosion-resistant, scratch-resistant, and strong. If the bolt is going to be used in exterior applications, then another good choice is hot dipped galvanized steel, which will also be extremely resistant to corrosion. Having said that, if the carriage bolt is going to be submerged in water, then the best choice is undoubtedly stainless steel.

FAQs on Carriage Bolts

Here are the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about carriage bolts:

⑴Do carriage bolts have shear strength?
Yes. All carriage bolts have certain amount of both tensile and shear strength, depending on the grade and material of the fastener. Stainless steel carriage bolts usually have a shear strength of around 90,000psi.

⑵What is the difference between a lag bolt and a carriage bolt?
A carriage bolt has a flat end, while a lag bolt has a pointed tip. The top of a carriage bolt has a square neck that resists turning once the bolt is fastened. The flat end means that a washer and nut are used to secure a carriage bolt. Lag bolts have wide threads and are most often used with wood. They can be screwed directly into the wood and do not require nuts to complete the assembly.

⑶Do you use a washer with a carriage bolt?
Yes. It is important to use washers with carriage bolts, as they prevent damage when you use the nut to pull the bolt through the material.

⑷How do you measure a carriage bolt?
It is important to remember that carriage bolts are measure along their entire length, right from underneath the head, including the square neck. Don’t make the mistake of measuring from under the neck - this is a common error.

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