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Brad Dove, Technical Sales702-290-9625brad@steelworkbolts.comTensileStress Area(in^2)ACI 318-05Sect D.5.1.2TensileStrength...
Anchor bolt load capacities F1554
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There is approximately a 20% savings cost for using rolled threads instead of cut thread rods. Per ACI 318 Section D, there is no capacity difference between the two methods of manufacturing when used as anchor bolts set in concrete.

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Anchor bolt load capacities F1554

  1. 1. Brad Dove, Technical Sales702-290-9625brad@steelworkbolts.comTensileStress Area(in^2)ACI 318-05Sect D.5.1.2TensileStrengthYieldStrengthTensileStrengthYieldStrengthTensileStrengthYieldStrengthEff Area½ 0.500 0.668 0.4500 Y 0.482 0.444 0.196 0.159 19% 0.1419 4.63 2.49 5.99 3.80 9.98 7.26⅝ 0.625 1.043 0.5660 Y 0.605 0.559 0.307 0.252 18% 0.2260 7.37 3.97 9.53 6.06 15.89 11.57¾ 0.750 1.502 0.6850 Y 0.729 0.677 0.442 0.369 17% 0.3340 10.90 5.86 14.09 8.96 23.48 17.10⅞ 0.875 2.044 0.8028 Y 0.852 0.795 0.601 0.506 16% 0.4620 15.07 8.11 19.49 12.39 32.48 23.651 1.000 2.670 0.9188 Y 0.976 0.91 0.785 0.663 16% 0.6060 19.77 10.64 25.57 16.25 42.61 31.021 ⅛ 1.125 3.379 1.0322 Y 1.098 1.023 0.994 0.837 16% 0.7630 24.89 13.39 32.19 20.46 53.65 39.061 ¼ 1.250 4.172 1.1572 Y 1.223 1.148 1.227 1.052 14% 0.9690 31.61 17.01 40.88 25.98 68.13 49.601 ½ 1.500 6.008 1.3917 N 1.470 1.381 1.767 1.521 14% 1.4050 45.84 24.66 59.27 37.67 98.79 71.921 ¾** 1.750 8.178 1.6201 N 1.716 1.608 2.405 2.061 14% 1.9000 61.99 33.35 80.16 50.94 133.59 97.262 2.000 10.680 1.8557 N 1.964 1.843 3.142 2.705 14% 2.5000 81.56 43.88 105.47 67.03 175.78 127.972 ¼ 2.250 13.520 2.1057 N 2.214 2.093 3.976 3.482 12% 3.2500 106.03 57.04 137.11 87.14 228.52 166.362 ½ 2.500 16.690 2.3376 N 2.461 2.324 4.909 4.292 13% 4.0000 130.50 70.20 168.75 107.25 281.25 204.752 ¾ 2.750 20.190 2.5876 N 2.711 2.574 5.940 5.259 11% 4.9300 160.84 86.52 207.98 132.19 346.64 252.353 3.000 24.030 2.8376 N 2.961 2.824 7.069 6.324 11% 5.9700 194.77 104.77 251.86 160.07 419.77 305.593 ¼ 3.250 28.210 3.0876 N 3.211 3.073 8.296 7.487 10% 7.1000 231.64 124.61 299.53 190.373 ½ 3.500 32.710 3.3376 N 3.461 3.323 9.621 8.749 9% 8.3300 271.77 146.19 351.42 223.353 ¾ 3.750 37.550 3.5876 N 3.710 3.573 11.045 10.109 8% 9.6600 315.16 169.53 407.53 259.014 4.000 42.750 3.8376 N 3.960 3.823 12.566 11.567 8% 11.0800 361.49 194.45 467.44 297.08For technical inquires, contact Al Davis at aldavis@steelworkbolts.com or 210-414-8004or visit our website at www.steelworkbolts.comAnchor Bolt SizesMin Min(based onpitch dia)Cold-ForgedNutNominalSize (in)Diameter(dec)Wgt/Ft (lb) Pitch DiaBody/Shank Area (in^2)Body/ShankDiameter (in)RolledThreads% weightsavingsusingrolledthreadsFull DiameterReducedDiameterCutThreadsLRFD, фR.n LRFD, фR.n LRFD, фR.n36 55 105Anchor Bolt Comparison: Rolled Threads vs. Cut ThreadsF 1554 Anchor Bolt: ACI Allowable LoadCapacityF 1554 GradeTensile/Yield Strength Based on Effective Area (Cutor Rolled Threads per ACI 318 Section D)
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    Dec. 20, 2016

There is approximately a 20% savings cost for using rolled threads instead of cut thread rods. Per ACI 318 Section D, there is no capacity difference between the two methods of manufacturing when used as anchor bolts set in concrete.

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