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Stud Bolting

Stud bolting refers to a technique used to secure flanges and other mechanical connections in industrial applications. It involves the use of a bolt and a stud, which are threaded fasteners that are designed to provide a strong and secure joint.

The bolt is a threaded rod that is used to connect two or more components together. The stud, on the other hand, is a threaded rod that has threads on both ends and is used to secure the bolt in place.

Stud bolting is often used in high-pressure and high-temperature applications, such as oil and gas pipelines, chemical processing plants, and power generation facilities. It is critical that the bolts and studs are properly installed and torqued to ensure a secure and leak-free joint.

Proper installation of stud bolting involves several steps, including selecting the appropriate type and grade of bolts and studs, lubricating the threads to prevent galling and seizing, and torquing the bolts to the specified torque value.

It is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and industry standards when installing stud bolting to ensure the safety and reliability of the connection. Regular inspection and maintenance of the bolts and studs is also recommended to identify any signs of wear, corrosion, or other issues that could compromise the integrity of the joint.