The ATR7/8x12ZP has a 7/8-9 thread (9 threads per inch). Thank you!
The ATR1x36ZP has a 1-8 thread. Thank you!
The ATR threaded rods are rated for axial tensile load only and the primary loading that this rod would see in the application you are requesting would be a bending and/or torsional action. What we can offer is to let you know that the ultimate tensile strength of these rods is 58,000 psi and the yield strength is 36,000 psi. From a tension standpoint, this particular threaded rod (5/8” diameter) has an allowable tensile capacity of 6,675 lb. The bending and torsion capacity is out of the scope of what we can provide. Thank you!
The ATR7/8x24ZP has a 7/8-9 thread. Thank you!
We source a few different specifications for the all-thread rod, but all with a minimum tensile (Fu) of 58,000 psi and minimum yield (Fy) of 36,000 psi. Typically it is ASTM F1554 Grade 36. Thank you!
There is not a general rule...the anchor embedment must be specified by the Engineer of Record and there are many factors that come into play (type of adhesive used, concrete strength, how close to the edge/end, spacing, etc.). Thank you!
Torque values for ATSM 1554 are generally not given. The book says that whatever tightening that can be accomplished by an ironworker with a spud wrench is sufficient. If you don’t know what a spud wrench is, think of a crescent wrench with a spike for a handle.
The ATR7/8X12ZP has 9 threads per inch. Thank you!
The ATR5/8X18ZP is fully threaded with UNC thread series, 5/8-11 thread. Thank you!