Elevator BoltsElevator bolts have a large flat smooth countersunk head. They were originally designed for attaching elevator buckets to conveyer belts used in moving bulk materials such as coal and dirt. The most common style of elevator bolt is often called the Norway or simply elevator bolt. It has a square neck similar to a carriage bolt. This same style is made with a slightly rounded head and is referred to as a step bolt. You will also see elevator bolts with ribs underneath the head or pointed flanges underneath for gripping the belt material. Sometimes the head may be slotted in these styles.
Available in the following finishes and sizes:
Plain, Zinc Plated, Hot Dipped Galvanized, Black Oxide, Silicone Bronze, Yellow Zinc, Aluminum, 316 SS, and 304/18-8/410 SS.