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  1. ASTM A36

    a36 vs a307 A36 steel

    A36 steel is a common structural steel in the United States. The A36 standard was established by the ASTM International.

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    is a steel (raw material) specification, while ASTM A307 is a fastener specification. In other words, once you take A36 round bar and cut it, thread it, bend it, forge a head on it, or otherwise process it and turn it into a fastener, it becomes an A307 bolt. Often times,...

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    What is ASTM A36?
    What is ASTM A36?
    ASTM A36. ASTM A36 covers the chemical and mechanical requirements for carbon steel shapes, plates, and bars of structural quality for use in riveted, bolted, or welded construction of bridges, buildings, and general structural purposes. Bolts manufactured from A36 steel include ASTM specifications A307 and F1554 Grade 36 as well as SAE J429 Grade 2.

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    What is A36 threaded rod?
    What is A36 threaded rod?
    ASTM A36 is a steel (raw material) specification, while ASTM A307 is a fastener specification. In other words, once you take A36 round bar and cut it, thread it, bend it, forge a head on it, or otherwise process it and turn it into a fastener, it becomes an A307 bolt. Often times,...

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    What is A36 steel?
    What is A36 steel?
    A36 Steel is the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) designation for carbon steel. ASTM A36 steel is the most common type of steel used in construction.

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    Is A36 stainless steel?
    Is A36 stainless steel?
    A36 steel is a standard steel alloy which is commonly used in the United States. It is a standard carbon steel. Steel Construction Manual, 8th Edition, second revised edition, American Institute of Steel Construction, 1986, ch.

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  3. a36 vs a307 ASTM A36 vs A307 - Portland Bolt

    ASTM A36 is a steel (raw material) specification, while ASTM A307 is a fastener specification. In other words, once you take A36 round bar and cut it, thread it, bend it, forge a head on it, or otherwise process it and turn it into a fastener, it becomes an A307 bolt.

  4. a36 vs a307 A307 Grade 36 vs F1554 Grade 36 - Portland Bolt

    A307 Grade 36 vs F1554 Grade 36. ... Both A307 and F1554 grade 36 bolts are frequently manufactured using A36 steel. ASTM A307 is a specification that covers mild steel bolts. There are two grades within the ASTM specification. A307 grade A covers bolts for general applications, ...

  5. a36 vs a307 Anchor Bolts: A36 or A307? - Structural engineering ...

    Apr 28, 2006 · A307- Grade A has minimum tensile strength of 60KSI. A307- Grade B has tensile strength of 60KSI-100KSI. A307-Grade C has "properties conforming to" ASTM A36- tensile strength of 58-80 KSI. Yield is not listed for Grades A and B. There are hardness requirements for Grades A and B, as well as specified tensile requirements for each bolt size.

    I thought A307 is the bolt designation for A36 steel. A36 is for structural shapes.
    Check PP 4-4, Table 1-C - it lists A36 for threaded round stock. I believe A307 is for bolts and studs only, not all thread.
    I agree with cvg: A36 is all thread and a 307 is headed (bolt). I had a steel fabricator rub my nose in this distinction a few years ago and will not forget which is which. The ASTM callouts for all thread anchor bolt type stock should be F1554, Gr. 36 or A36.
    A307 has no specified yield strength, only tensile strength. The tensile strength for A307 is slightly higher than that for A36. You may find these strengths in the connections chapter of the AISC 9th.
    I was thinking that one of the grades of A307 (grade C, if I remember right) actually WAS A36- I'll try to check when I get back in the office.
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    I recommend you look into ASTM F1554 Anchor Rods. This is the most up to date spec on anchor rods of which I am aware. These come in three strengths: 36ksi, 55ksi and 105ksi. Good Luck.
    A307- Grade A has minimum tensile strength of 60KSI. A307- Grade B has tensile strength of 60KSI-100KSI. A307-Grade C has "properties conforming to" ASTM A36- tensile strength of 58-80 KSI. Yield is not listed for Grades A and B. There are hardness requirements for Grades A and B, as well as specified tensile requirements for each bolt size.
    I just got off the phone with Birmingham Fastener, Inc. which is one of the major structural headed bolt and threaded rod manufacturers of only a few in the nation that most of the nations fabricators will puchase anchor bolts from. I know this because I used to be an estimator at a local steel fabricator that used to purchase anchors from Nashville Bolt which is no longer in businesss, and now this fabricator uses Birmingham. Apparently, as JStephen stated, MOST of the A307 bolts AND threaded rod is made from A36 steel. A307 Gr C, is a recommended specification that simply involves less certificationary paperwork that involves certain testing procedures which, unless required or specified by the engineer, can be avoided, thus costing less and producing virtually the same A307 material specification. Does anyone know anything more, either supporting, or contrary to this alleged claim by Birmingham Fastener? Apparently, A36 and A307 are available in either threaded rod or headed bolts. AISC is not always accurate or current considering the 9th Ed. is over 15 years old... We need to check with your local fabricator and national manufacturers to insure that our specifications and intentions compliment what is actually available and what the local fabricator is willing to work with, providing there is room for flexibility.
    JStephen, Where did you get your info from? I can't find it in AISC 9th Ed.
    ASTM's website, astm.org, has the info provided by JStephen above. Just do a search on A307. The spec is titled "Standard Specification for CS Bolts & Studs 60,000 psi tensile strength. In addition to what JStephen has listed, Grade A is for general applications, Grade B is for flanged joints in piping and Grade C is for non-headed anchors
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  6. a36 vs a307 ASTM A307 Carbon Steel Anchor Bolts,A307 Bolts Studs and ...

    A307 Grade 36 vs F1554 Grade 36. ASTM A36 is a steel grade, not a bolt specification. It covers the raw material (in this case steel round bar) that is used to manufacture the bolts. A307 and F1554 grade 36 are ASTM specifications covering bolts. Both A307 and F1554 grade 36 bolts are frequently manufactured using A36 steel.

  7. a36 vs a307 Can C1018 be certified as ASTM A36 or A307? - All America ...

    Generally speaking, yes, AISI 1018 should meet the requirements of both A36 and A307, except for heavy plate over ¾” thick. However, these ASTM specs will require mechanical testing by a certified lab to be sure the mechanical properties are in accordance with the respective specification.

  8. a36 vs a307 difference between ASTM A307 u bot and ASTM A 325 …

    ASTM A307 VS A325 u bolt The ASTM A307 specification covers carbon steel bolts and studs ranging from 1/4″ through 4″ diameter. This is your everyday, run of the mill bolt specification often manufactured using A36 round bar.

  9. a36 vs a307 DOMESTIC BOLTS - alliedbolt.com

    ASTM A36 is a steel (raw material) specification, while ASTM A307 is a fastener specification. In other words, once you take A36 round bar and cut it, thread it, bend it, forge a head on it, or otherwise process it and turn it into a fastener, it becomes an A307 bolt.

  10. a36 vs a307 Grades - All Thread Rod

    ASTM A36 is a steel grade, not a fastener specification. Technically, all thread rod made from A36 steel should be ordered to a fastener specification such as A307 Grade A, A307 Grade B, F1554 Grade 36, or SAE J429 Grade 2.

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