Threaded Rod - BSW

What is BSW Threaded Rod?

BSW (British Standard Whitworth) Threaded Rod is available in 3-foot lengths in mild steel with a self-colour finish. In the UK they have mainly been replaced by other types, such as m10 Threaded Rod, although they are still being used globally in various applications.

BSW is an imperial coarse thread with a 55-degree thread flank angle, and like other Thick Threaded Rods, is essentially a metal bar made from mild steel or brass that has a helical thread all the way along its length. Both Thin and Thick Threaded Rods (like UNC) are manufactured to be installed in areas where they are subjected to high levels of tension and pressure.

Customers should be aware that Threaded Rods have various names, and are also commonly called Threaded Bar, Allthread and Studding.

Usage of Threaded Rods

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.

Two lengths of Threaded Rod can be joined together by using Studding Connector Nuts (or Long Nuts) as they are sometimes called.

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'.

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1/4 STBWSC025 1/4" BSW x 3ft - Studding Grade 4.6 BS 84 - Self Colour
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£7.02 £8.42
1/4 STBWSC025
1/4" BSW x 3ft - Studding Grade 4.6 BS 84 - Self Colour
1
£7.02 £8.42
1/4 STBWSC062 5/8" BSW x 3ft - Studding Grade 4.6 BS 84 - Self Colour
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£33.79 £40.55
1/4 STBWSC062
5/8" BSW x 3ft - Studding Grade 4.6 BS 84 - Self Colour
1
£33.79 £40.55
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