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    Scope

    ASTM F1554 is the standard specification for straight and bent, headed and headless anchor bolts with specific yield strengths. The bolts are manufactured from carbon, carbon boron, alloy, or high-strength low-alloy steel. ASTM F1554 anchor bolts from Glaser and Associates are available in three grades, 36, 55 and 105, offering different mechanical and chemical properties for specific applications. ASTM F1554 also covers the American Association State Highway and Transportation Officials Standard AASHTO M-314.

     

     

    These anchor bolts are designed, manufactured and tested to comply with the standards set by ASTM F1554 for tensile strength, yield strength, elongation, reduction of area, stress area, nominal size, body diameter, bend section, length, bend angle, and coated length.

    Grades

    • Grade 36 – standard anchor bolts manufactured from low carbon steel in sizes from ¼ inch to 4 inches.
    • Grade 55 – anchor bolts manufactured from modified mild steel with higher minimum yield strength than grade 36. Available in sizes from ¼ inch to 4 inches.
    • Grade 105 – anchor bolts manufactured from heat-treated medium carbon alloy steel offers the highest strength in its category. Available in sizes from ¼ inch to 3 inches.

     

    The properties tables below provide more information on the differences between the grades.

     

    Applications

    Anchor bolts from Glaser and Associates are used to anchor structural supports to concrete foundations. These structural supports include building columns, column supports for highway signs, street lighting and traffic signals, steel bearing plates, and similar applications. Anchor bolts are available in three configurations:

    • Standard anchor rods have a nut or anchor plate, which is embedded in concrete to retain the structure securely. 
    • Bent anchor bolts are shaped like a hook and embedded in concrete to increase pull-out resistance.
    • Headed anchor bolts are embedded upside down in concrete foundations with the head providing pull-out resistance.

    Properties

    Grade

    Size

    Tensile, ksi

    Yield, ksi min

    Yield, MPa min

    Elongation. % min

    RA % min

    36

    14 – 4 inches

    58 – 80

    36

    248

    23

    40

    55

    14 – 2 inches

    75 – 95

    55

    380

    21

    30

    214 - 21inches

    75 – 95

    55

    380

    21

    22

    234 – 3 inches

    75 – 95

    55

    380

    21

    20

    314 – 4 inches

    75 – 95

    55

    380

    21

    18

    105

    14 – 3 inches

    125 – 150

    105

    724

    15

    45

     

    Element

    Grade 36

    Grades 55 and 105

    Sizes up to ¾ inch

    Sizes over 3/4 to 1-1/2 inches

    Sizes over 1-1/2 to 4 inches

    Carbon

    0.26%

    0.27%

    0.28%

    Manganese

    *

    0.60 – 0.90%

    0.60 – 0.90%

    Phosphorus, max

    0.04%

    0.04%

    0.04%

    0.040%

    Sulfur, max

    0.05%

    0.05%

    0.05%

    0.050%

    Copper, min

    0.20%

    0.20%

    0.20%

    0.20%

     

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