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The strength and type of steel used in a bolt is supposed to be Hex Head Bolt Markings
indicated by a raised mark on the head of the bolt. The type of Shapes of screw head
mark Differentiation between
depends on the standard to which the bolt was manufactured. bolt and screw
Most
Japanese Industrial
often, bolts used in machinery are made to SAE standard J429, Standards
and bolts used in
Deutsches Institut fr
structures are made to various ASTM
Normung
standards. The tables below give the head markings and some of
British Standards
the
most commonly-needed information concerning the bolts. For American Iron and Steel
further Institute
information, see the appropriate standard. American National
Standards Institute
American Society of
Mechanical Engineers
ASTM International

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Often one will find "extra" marks on a bolt head--marks in


addition to those shown above. Usually these marks indicate the

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bolt's manufacturer.
ASTM A325 Type 2 bolts have been discontinued, but are included
above because they can be found in existing structures. Their
properties can be important in failure investigations.
While the bolts shown above are among the most common in the
U.S., the list is far from exhaustive. In addition to the other
bolts covered by the SAE and ASTM standards, there are a host of
international standards, of which ISO is perhaps the most well
known.
From http://www.unified-eng.com/scitech/bolt/boltmarks.html

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