Working principle of rivet nuts:
Pull rivet nuts are a combination of the principles of blind rivets and welded nuts. Improve the thread strength of sheet metal materials and make them reusable. Riveting nuts can be used from one side of the applied parts. They are pre positioned devices attached to thin metal and achieve excellent thin-walled riveting, sealing riveting, and single sided riveting through extrusion deformation.
Riveting nuts are mainly used for riveting through a riveting gun, which is more suitable for operations in areas such as square pipes and circular pipes that are not easy to press riveting. Riveting nuts effectively compensate for the shortcomings of electric welding, such as in areas such as thin plates that are not easy to weld, and have a good improvement in aesthetics. Rivet nuts are widely used in chassis, cabinets, square and circular pipes, fans, and zinc steel guardrails.
The main materials for rivet nuts include stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and steel. Common materials for rivet nuts include 316 stainless steel, 316L stainless steel, 304 stainless steel, carbon steel (08A) aluminum, and copper.
If the nut of a certain product needs to be installed on the outside and the internal space is narrow, it is not possible to allow the pressure head of the riveting machine to enter for riveting, and methods such as sprouting cannot meet the strength requirements, then both riveting and expanding are not feasible. It must be riveted by pulling. Suitable for fastening various thicknesses of plates and pipes (0.5MM-6MM). The use of pneumatic or manual riveting guns allows for one-time riveting, making it convenient and secure; Replacing traditional welding nuts, making up for shortcomings such as fusibility in metal sheet and thin tube welding, and uneven welding nuts.
Post time: May-26-2023