Stainless steel threaded rods are commonly found whenever there is an industrial project or an active construction site. Stainless steel is often used to avoid corrosion and staining on items. Combined into an alloy, stainless steel brings together the properties of low carbon grades along with different percentages of chromium and nickel.
Another feature that should be noted is the magnetic quality of stainless steel, which typically is less than its standard steel counterparts.
Stainless steel threaded rods can be used for a variety of jobs. From bracing and retrofitting to basic mounting and hanging, stainless steel threaded rods will help build strength into your construction projects. Rolled threads will give your project increased strength as well as uniform accuracy and a high degree of surface finish, although machine cut threaded rods are easier to machine.