What Is The Difference Between Rivets And Special Rivets?

Update:06-01-2023
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introduce   Hollow rivets are usually used in clot […]

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Hollow rivets are usually used in clothing, shoemaking, and other industries. The solid ones need to be riveted again for the connection of heavy workpieces. They are usually non-detachable structures. Semi-tubular rivets are the most widely used. Manufactured, can penetrate steel plates within 0.5mm thickness, no pre-hole required, rivets cannot be bent and deformed, widely used in cipher boxes, suitcases, and military bags, hollow nails (semi-hollow rivets) are made of flexible wires, generally need to be riveted There are many types, and now the shafts on some toys have begun to be replaced by semi-hollow nails or sub-nails in large areas, which can greatly reduce production costs. Blind rivets are mostly used for riveting thinner and softer materials. The general requirements are not strict, and the manufacturing materials are usually produced with materials with better plasticity.

 

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Hollow rivets are usually used in clothing, shoemaking, and other industries. The solid ones need to be riveted again for the connection of heavy workpieces. They are usually non-detachable structures. Semi-tubular rivets are the most widely used. Manufactured, can penetrate steel plates within 0.5mm thickness, no pre-hole required, rivets cannot be bent and deformed, widely used in cipher boxes, suitcases, and military bags, hollow nails (semi-hollow rivets) are made of flexible wires, generally need to be riveted There are many types, and now the shafts on some toys have begun to be replaced by semi-hollow nails or sub-nails in large areas, which can greatly reduce production costs. Blind rivets are mostly used for riveting thinner and softer materials. In general, the requirements are not strict. Fabrication materials are usually made of materials with better plasticity.

 

special rivets

 

Peel Split: Peel Split rivets are designed to improve support on brittle or soft materials. The mandrel of the bar rivet is designed to divide the end of the rivet body into four separate legs to form a large blind side-bearing surface. The outriggers grip the material tightly and spread the load over a wide area. This significantly reduces the risk of the rivet passing through brittle materials or sinking into soft materials. Strap rivets are best for joining plastic, rubber, wood, and laminate.

 

T-Rivet: A T-rivet is a strip rivet. They are suitable for structural and high-stress applications. T-rivets have a hardened steel mandrel that divides the rivet body into a trident (three-pronged) shape. The Trident shape provides a high grip.

 

Leg Fixtures: As the name suggests, leg fixation rivets secure multiple "legs" when installed, providing high clamping strength.
Self-piercing: Self-piercing rivets use high-speed mechanical fastening technology to connect steel, aluminum, and other plates point-to-point. It uses a single-step technique to secure the sheets in mechanical joints. As the name suggests, no pre-drilling is required and joints can be made quickly in one operation. This type of rivet is used to join Ford's aluminum pickup truck bedplates.

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