Analysis of the difference between studs and single head bolts
High-strength stud bolts are referred to as stud bolts, and are generally used in relatively large equipment or special accessories. The accessories are generally mechanical seal bases for speed mirrors and reducers. Stud bolts used in special places are not the same. For example, stud bolts used in high temperature and high pressure resistant chemical plants or pipes are used at this time.
Double-headed bolts are different from single-headed bolts in appearance. Double-headed bolts have two heads. One end needs to be screwed into the main body, and then the attachment is installed. After installation, the other end of the double-headed bolt is screwed on the nut. Often disassembled so the thread of the double bolt is often worn and damaged, but it is very easy to replace because it is a double-headed bolt.
A single-head bolt is a type of fastener consisting of a head and a screw (a cylinder with external threads). It needs to cooperate with a nut to fasten two parts with through holes. This type of connection is called a bolted connection. If the nut is unscrewed from the bolt, the two parts can be separated again, so the bolt connection is a detachable connection.