DIN 938

Double End Stud

Double End Stud Bolts 1xD

Technical Specification:

  • Double End Stud Bolt
  • Din 938
  • Fully Threaded
  • Diameter: Metric or Inch
  • Length: Metric or Inch
  • Thread: Coarse or Fine

Possible materials:

  • ISO: 8.8., 10.9, 12.9
  • ISO: A2, A4
  • ANSI/ASME: A193-B7, A320-L7, A307
  • ANSI/ASME: A193-B8(M) Cl.1 & Cl.2
  • DIN Werkstoff: 42CrMo4, 25CrMo4

Possible coatings:

  • Carbon steel: Hot-dip Galvanizing, Geomet-500, Zinc, Zinc-Nickel, PTFE/Xylan, TAKECOAT-1000
  • Stainless steel: PTFE/Xylan, TAKECOAT-1000


  • Structural
  • Machinery equipment
  • Automotive
  • Aerospace

DIN 938 Double Ended Stud:

Imagine a stud that seamlessly bridges the gap between two components, offering versatility and efficiency in fastening. That’s precisely what the DIN 938 Double Ended Stud brings to the table. Featuring threads on both ends, this stud allows for the simultaneous connection of two components, streamlining assembly processes and enhancing structural integrity.

Specific Requirements of DIN 938:

  • Threads on both ends for dual-purpose fastening.
  • Enables efficient connection of two components without the need for additional nuts.
  • Provides flexibility in adjusting tension between connected parts.
  • Ideal for applications requiring efficient assembly and disassembly, such as machinery maintenance and automotive repairs.

Comparison with Full Threaded Studs:

In contrast to a standard full threaded stud, which extends its threading from end to end, the DIN 938 Double Ended Stud offers enhanced versatility and functionality. While a full threaded stud excels in providing a uniform grip length, the double ended stud shines in applications where dual-purpose fastening and flexibility are paramount.

Choosing the Right Stud for Your Needs:

When selecting between a DIN 938 Double Ended Stud and a full threaded stud, consider the specific requirements of your application. If you seek versatility, efficiency, and dual-purpose fastening, the DIN 938 is the ideal choice. However, if uniform grip length is your priority, a full threaded stud may be more suitable.

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