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Saturday, September 15, 2012

Store for High Strength Fastener and Structural Bolts

Few months ago, my husband and I drove down to Tampa, Florida for a short road trip. It was a cloudy day but, the view of the places we passed by was gorgeous. Then, we drove to a beautiful and artistic bridge which has a France-inspired design. That bridge was actually rated as #3 "Top 10 Bridges" in the World by Travel Channel and is considered as the "flag bridge" of Florida.

Bridges are awesome structures. They are built to span the obstacle of a valley, a body of water and sometimes, could be road. It is built with a huge purpose of providing passage over the physical obstacles.

The design of these bridges depends on the function of the bridge. The material used to make a bridge alvo vary significantly. Baco Enterprises Inc is a company that provides high strength fasteners and structural bolts. Bridges are constructed of steel and concrete. The bridge that I mentioned above have 21 steel cables and clad in nine-inch steel tubes along the center line of the bridge which supports the structure. It was a very beautiful bridge and I bet, it uses thousands of Turnbuckle Assemblies, nuts, bolts, wire bolts and more.

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