Double Ended Stud Bolts

Double ended stud bolts unlike Full threaded stud bolts are non headed bolts, these are in form of a rod and have threads at both ends. These stud bolts are generally provided with double nuts and often with 4 nuts depending upon the application and requirements of the project or customer. Additionally washers can also be provided along with these stud bolts. These stud bolts are manufactured by us in carbon steel and stainless steel. Popular carbon steel grades include A 193 and A 320. Grades include , 10.9 B7, B7M, L7, L7M, B8, B8M Class 1 and Class 2. The requirements for these are mentioned in the American standard A 193.

Double ended stud bolt Grades

We offer High tensile bolts & nuts in 8.8 and 10.9 grade, the choice of the grade depends upon the application and requirement of the customer. The grades 8.8 or 10.9 have separate mechanical characteristics which are defined in the above sheet.

High tensile bolts characteristics:

From the perspective of the force characteristics: high tensile bolts apply pre-tension and transmit external forces by friction. The ordinary bolt connection relies on the shear strength of the bolt and the bearing wall pressure to transmit the shear force.


We can offer surface finishing as per customer requirement in hot dip galvanising, we take special care to ensure there is no hydrogen embrittlement in 10.9 grade with our special curing system which ensures that 10.9 grade bolts are not damaged by hydrogen embrittlement post galvanising process. We also do zinc electroplated in blue, yellow or black colour as per customer requirements.

Special coatings in specific industries require zinc flake coatings, these coatings are done as per ISO 10683, depending upon customers requirement for salt spray life we offer coating systems from NOF Japan and Doerken from Germany, these coatings are provided with the help and support of our partners who have the required licence and have successfully done validations with our existing customers. Salt spray life can vary from 500 to 1500 hours.

Black oxide or black coating is a general type of coating offered on bolts & nuts & stud bolts to give a pleasant appearance and to prevent any rusting during transportation or storage, the normal salt spray life for the fasteners applied with such coatings is often less than 100 hours

Xylan is a brand name of With fort USA and is a special coating applied on fasteners / stud bolts where extreme temperatures and harsh condition exist. The Highlights of this coating is that it gives

High tensile bolts characteristics:
  • Low friction CoF as low as 0.02.
  • High corrosion and chemical resistance in most environments including marine and Oil & Gas
  • "Wide temperature operating range: from -420° to +550°F (-250° to 285°C)"
  • "Wide color range: color-code your product"
  • Machinability: apply multiple coats of Xylan coating (most formulations) and mill to specification
  • Wear resistance is very high, even under extreme pressures.
  • Weather resistance: against sunlight, salt water and road chemicals
  • Flexible curing schedule: ambient to 750°F (400°C).
  • Pliability: Many Xylan coatings will bend freely and repeatedly without breaking.
  • "Salt spray SST life: above 1000 hrs."

Double ended stud bolts are mostly used in wind energy wind mills and wind turbines, for nacelle and hub joints, Our latest machines and in house sealed quench heat treatment furnace from DOWA Japan ensures perfect quality double ended stud bolts.


These stud bolts are first cut as per customer requirement and then the ends are chamferd to specs at 45 degrees, We then do heat treatment on them in our factory using an advanced SQF sealed quench heat treatment furnace from DOWA Japan, the heat treatment furnace is SCADA controlled and provides 100% repeatability batch after batch. The heat treatment result is a perfect martensite after hardening and gives perfect results after tempering as per standard requirement. After heat treatment we complete the thread rolling and then coating as per customer requirement and then final assembly.

Torque method

The torque method is a two-stage operation, bedding in following by tightening. Tightening is always done in two steps, ‘Initial Torque’ and ‘Final torque’ using a calibrated torque wrench. This can be either a manual wrench or power tool fitted with a torque cut-out that must first be calibrated on a bolt from the job batch using a bolt load meter or similar device for determining bolt tension.