Heavy Hex Bolts, A307 Grade B Zinc

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A heavy hex bolt is a type of bolt that features a larger and thicker hexagonal head compared to a standard hex bolt. Like the standard hex bolt, it has a threaded shaft and is primarily used for fastening purposes. However, the heavy hex bolt is designed to provide increased bearing surface and enhanced strength, making it suitable for applications where higher loads or greater structural integrity are required.

Heavy hex bolts are commonly used in construction, infrastructure projects, industrial machinery, and applications where structural stability is crucial. Their design helps distribute the applied load more effectively, reducing the risk of deformation or failure under heavy loads.