Rock bolts bond unstable rock to stable sections beyond the rock face.
Rock bolts are formed from the bar, nut, couplers, and plates of solid DYWIDAG Threadbar™ systems.
Unlike ground anchors, they are fully-bonded passive installations.
Solid steel DYWIDAG Threadbars™ offer the most efficient means of transferring load and maintaining the smallest diameter borehole—saving time and money.
The continuous thread of a DYWIDAG Threadbar™ means it can be cut and coupled at any point
Galvanized or epoxy-coated systems of Threadbars™ and accessories are available for installations in aggressive ground conditions
Double Corrosion Protection (DCP) is available for added corrosion protection
Galvanized or Epoxy Coated systems of Threadbars and accessories are available when installed in aggressive ground conditions and also available with Double Corrosion Protection (DCP) for greatest assurances of corrosion protection.
Rock bolts are used in
Anchorages in rock
Rock and soil
How rock bolts work
Unless rock has been severely weathered, it will usually allow for an open hole to be drilled without any risk of collapse.
DYWIDAG Threadbar™ is used to bond unstable rock to stable sections beyond the rockface—providing both tensile and shear loading capacity.
Due to the higher bond strength offered by rock, in comparison with soil, rock bolts can be installed into much smaller holes than soil nails or ground anchors—saving time and money.