There are various uses for six-sided hex bolts. First off, they come in a variety of m12 hex bolt head dimensions and are affordable, simple to produce, and widely accessible worldwide. The M12 Hex Bolt has a diameter that is 8mm long in metric units. It is believed that a fastener that is 25mm long has a coarse thread. Typically, an M12 coarse threaded nut is used in conjunction with an M12 hex head bolt. The threaded nut's measurements are coarse, and the threaded m12 hex socket bolt's construction is made in a way that makes it simple to line them up.
The m12 hex flange bolt is the finest option for applications where the fastener must readily distribute the weight uniformly without the use of a washer. It enables the use of the flange type M12 hex bolt 200mm without the use of a washer due to the wider construction at the head's end. Despite being widely used in construction, Allan bolts or the usage of a m12 hex socket head bolt is appropriate for those applications that call for a more reliable, long-lasting, and impenetrable fastener.
An m12 hex head bolt torque can be used to tighten these six-sided bolts. Due to the odd shape of the bolt, the size and shape of the m12 hex bolt wrench or spanner must match for simple bolting or unbolting in any application. It makes no difference whether you use a large or small sized wrench to unbolt them.
Specification of M12 Hex Bolt
Cold Froging : M2-M24
Hot forging M24-M100, 1-1/2” Dia, up to 1100mm lg
Machining and CNC for Customized connecting element: up to M100 / 4” Dia, up to 1500mm lg
UNS 2200 (NICKEL 200) / UNS 2201 (NICKEL 201), UNS 4400 (MONEL 400), UNS 8825 (INCONEL 825), UNS 6600 (INCONEL 600) / UNS 6601 (INCONEL 601), UNS 6625 (INCONEL 625), UNS 10276 (HASTELLOY C 276), UNS 8020 (ALLOY 20 / 20 CB 3)
ASTM / ASME A/SA 193 / 194
B 8 (304), B 8C (SS 347), B 8M (SS 316), B 8 T (SS 321), A 2, A 4