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Double Ended Threaded Rods Now Manufactured by Triangle

Triangle Manufacturing Company, a Wisconsin based metal component manufacturer, now offers double ended threaded rods to original equipment manufacturers.

"We noticed manufacturers spending extra time assembling rod ends and threaded rods together," explained Don Brandner, Director of Sales and Marketing. "We saw this as an opportunity to help our customers save time and money on the production floor."

Triangle is now manufacturing spherical rod ends and threaded rods in-house. Spherical rod ends and threaded rods can be purchased as separate components or together as a linkage assembly.

According to the company, the advantages of purchasing an assembly rather than separate parts include:

  • Reduced SKUs and supplier management-Purchasing separate components, such as spherical rod ends, rods and fasteners, requires management of separate SKUs and suppliers. Triangle's rod end linkage assembly results in one managed SKU and one supplier.
  • Eliminate time on assembly-Triangle's rod end linkage assemblies allow production teams to instantly install onto the application.
  • Lower per piece cost-Purchasing a rod end linkage assembly from Triangle is often more economical than purchasing separate components individually.

While the rod end linkage is one of the reasons Triangle decided to roll cut threaded rods, it also saw the opportunity to supply rods for other application needs as well. Five/16-24 and 3/8-24 are its popular thread sizes, but it can also supply rods that range from 1/4" to 7/16". They are available in low carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Rod lengths can vary from 4" to 48".

Custom options for Triangle Manufacturing's rods include: rod bending, wrench flats, flattening ends and drilling mount holes, plating options, adding springs and more.

Common applications that use Triangle's rods and rod end linkage assemblies include: solar trackers, production equipment, light-duty vehicles, HVAC louvers and more.

For more information contact:

Triangle Manufacturing Company

150 Libbey Ave.

Oshkosh, WI 54901


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