With over three decades of dedicated service, we stand ready to meet your exclusive manufacturing needs. Our extensive range encompasses National Coarse, Fine, Acme, Eight Pitch, and Metric threads, ensuring diversity matched with competitive pricing.
From fully threaded to single, double, tapped, and slotted ends, we offer a comprehensive array of products. Additionally, our expertise extends to precision machining processes like tapping, slotting, grinding, and heat treating, guaranteeing superior quality. Explore the exceptional capabilities that set us apart in the threaded rod industry.
All Ohio Threaded Rod can offer roll thread as well as cut thread rods and studs in many configurations.
All Ohio Threaded Rod can provide bar stock rounds in a wide array of sizes and materials.
Available in diameters up to 4”. Have custom requirements? We’ve got you covered. Contact us today.
Available in diameters up to 1 ¼”. We are able to offer the custom requirements that the job requires.
Our service offerings include U-bolts, available in both square and round bends, designed to fit pipes of various sizes. Our extensive selection includes a wide range of materials and coatings to suit your specific needs.
Tapping is a machining process used to create threads in a hole. It involves cutting or forming threads into a previously drilled or machined hole to allow for the insertion of a threaded fastener, such as a bolt or screw. This process is crucial for creating mating threads that securely join components together.
Slotted threaded rods, also known as threaded slotted rods or threaded studs with slots, are threaded rods that have one or more longitudinal slots or grooves along their length. These slots allow for adjustment and attachment of other components using nuts or fasteners.
Threaded rod grinding refers to the process of shaping and finishing threaded rods using a grinding machine. This process is used to achieve precise dimensions, smooth surfaces, and consistent threads on the rods.
Heat treating threaded rod is a process used to improve the mechanical properties of the material, such as its hardness, strength, and durability. This process involves controlled heating and cooling cycles to alter the microstructure of the material.