Filed under: Carriage Bolts, double arming bolts, Double Arming Eye Bolts, Hex Bolts, Machine Bolts, oval eye bolts, Penta head bolts, U bolts
Kortick has opted to work cooperatively with distirbutors and focus on what we do best– manufacturing quality products from machine bolts to anchoring, and guying. So, we can proudly continue to serve Portland, Seattle and the rest of the north west, Kortick works closely with distributors in this territory. You can still find the “K” stamp on many bolts in Portland, Seattle and nearly everywhere between as our quality products have weathered the test of time quite well. Find out how easy it is to get ahold of our parts by contacting one of our sales reps or our inside sales team.
We aim to continue serving Portland, Seattle, Spokane and the rest of the north west.
Kortick Manufacturing was the original hardware and bolt supplier to PG&E and Southern California Edison. Kortick covered the west coast using Distributors in Seattle, Hawaii, Los Angeles, Phoenix area, and Portland. Bolts, nuts, washers, and specialty pole line hardware made in California with a century of engineering expertise. Kortick Bolts are known by their trademark “K” stamp. For specific Bolt size and specifications please contact your local distributor in Portland, Spokane, Salt Lake City, Oakland, Los Angeles, and San Diego to ask for Kortick quality hardware.
Long standing history of quality Bolts in:
Filed under: Carriage Bolts | Tags: California, Carriage bolt, coach bolt, Domestic manufacturing, Hayward, Kortick, plow bolt, Pole line hardware, round head bolt
AKA: Carriage bolts are also known as round head bolts, plow bolts, coach bolts, and round head square neck bolts
Most commonly used for: Carriage bolts are used primarily when working with wood. In the pole line hardware industry, carriage bolts are often used to attach cross arm braces. Smaller carriage bolts are frequently used in woodworking though there are many other uses.
Features that make it fit this use better: Because of the squared neck of a carriage bolt, when it is seated into an appropriately shaped hole, the nut can be tightened without spinning the bolt. As the nut is tightened, the carriage bolt pulls into the hole, creating a secure fit.
Made with: Carbon steel bars or cold heading wire of suitable grade and quality. When galvanized, Kortick’s carriage bolts are hot dip galvanized per latest revision ASTM spec. A153 for resistance to corrosion.
Standard measures and dimensions: Length for a carriage bolt is measured from the under the head to end of the first thread. Conforms to the latest EEI spec. TD-1. Threads are Rolled extra long, coarse thread series, class 2 Fit. Kortick nut is purchased separately.
If you’re interested in learning more about Kortick Manufacturing visit our website at www.kortick.com or, if you’re just interested in seeing what our pole line hardware offerings are, check out our new online catalog. You can even request a quote here. Or add your name to our contact list so that we can send you product updates or information about our company.