|Threads Per Inch:||28|
|Thread Type:||Imperial - BSP|
|Tapping Drill Size:||8.8mm|
|Total Length:||1 metre|
BSP Threaded Rod is available in 3-foot lengths in mild steel with a self-colour finish. BSP is an acronym for British Standard Pipe (a type of imperial Threaded Rod), and the style is very commonly used all over the world in pipe and fitting connections; commonly in a range of sizes like m24, m12 and m10 Threaded Bars. The thread flank angle for BSP threads is 55 degrees; BSP Threaded Rods are essentially metal bars made from mild steel or brass that have a helical thread all the way along their length. Threaded Rods are manufactured to be installed in areas where they are subjected to high levels of tension and pressure.
Customers should note that Threaded Rods have various names, and are also commonly called Threaded Bar, Allthread and Studding.
Threaded Rod has a variety of different applications. It is commonly used to connect two materials, as well as to add stability to structures by tying them together during construction.
Please note that full-lengths can be cut as required; more information on this can be found on our Guides and Tips: 'How to cut Threaded Rod'.