Threaded Rod is threaded in the length of the bar to better combine two elements. Both their hands and left hand are right hand. Now, you'll also get some combination of left and right hands.
As mentioned above, the selection of these fuel rods is varied. Although the right hand type is the most common, it can rotate clockwise, but the left hand is very rare. In some places, the right hand thread may be loose due to movement vibration. The combo rods are again used for assemblies such as rotary fastener. At one end of these threads, one end is right and the other is left hand.
Depending on the industry, the fuel rods are made of different materials. The commonly used raw materials are aluminum, bronze, silicon bronze, brass, copper, and sometimes even special metal alloys. The aluminum variety has good conductivity and thermal conductivity, while the brass variety is known for excellent high temperature ductility and low permeability. Copper thread fasteners are the most famous heat and electrical conductors. Similarly, bronze and silicon bronze have their special USES.
In addition to the materials used to make these rods, other commonly used metals are stainless steel and titanium. The stainless steel variety has all the properties of this metal alloy, namely corrosion resistance and high tolerance. Similarly, titanium rods are lightweight and easy to use in the aviation industry.
In addition to various types of metal fasteners, you can also get zinc oxide, chromium plating, phosphor coating or anodic oxidation of silver, gold, tin, zinc or zinc chromium. You can also buy non-metallic varieties.