Threaded rods, also known as stud bolts, are long rods with threads along their entire length. These threads allow nuts or other threaded components to be screwed onto the rod, creating a secure connection. Threaded rods are commonly made from materials such as steel, stainless steel, or brass, and they come in various diameters, lengths, and thread sizes. Threaded rods are used in a wide range of applications where a strong, adjustable connection is needed. They are commonly used in construction, plumbing, electrical installations, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning), and structural engineering projects. Threaded rods can be cut to custom lengths as needed and are often used to connect structural elements, anchor machinery, hang pipes or electrical fixtures, or support loads in suspended ceiling systems.