Anchor Bolts
Anchor bolts
Extended connections with handle.
ANCHOR BOLTS are mainly used in masonry construction. Anchor bolts are embedded in walls and columns to help support beams, plates, and ledgers. Anchor bolts can be used for both load and non-load bearing walls and beams.

Anchor bolts are usually used with not less than ½" diameter steel bolts embedded a minimum of 7" into the masonry. Renovation of existing masonry structures usually require anchor bolts to connect stairs, elevator tracks and many other various frame assemblies.

Anchor bolts are also used in prefabricated panel construction. In this type on construction, anchor bolts are used to connect structural frames together. This is only a fraction of possible uses for anchor bolts.

With the amount of new construction happening around the world the use of anchor bolts will likely increase with the new, innovative designs. Anchor bolts are made from a variety of types and grades of steel to suffice for the abundance of applications Anchor bolts are used. Below are just a few of the common bolt types.

Along with anchor bolts, here are just a few of the common bolt types:

Contact Bolt Products today to order anchor bolts.
  • Conventional bolts: Usually made for specific projects or purchased in standard sizes.
  • Headed bolts: Square or hex-headed anchor bolts are low-cost and high-strength. Usually made from ATSM A 307.
  • Bent bar bolts: Mostly used in masonry construction; usually made with a "J" or "L" shape to "hold on" to the masonry. Usually made from ASTM A 36 bar stock.

Other bolt types available at BOLT PRODUCTS INC:

• Carriage bolts - domed top with square under head
• Flange bolts - ridge around the bolt head
• Hex bolts - hex head of various materials
• Hex tap bolts - trimmed hex head with no flange
• Lag bolts - screw like pointed end
• Machine bolts - fine or coarse threads
• Metric bolts - available in Hex/Standard/Flange type
• Shoulder bolts - allow slide or pivot
• Square neck bolts - square or domed top with square under head

No matter what bolt type you require, anchor bolts, conventional bolts, or headed bolts, and more, please do not hesitate to contact us at 1-800-423-6503 or email