What is the difference between open and closed rivets?
Pull rivets are a type of flying rivets for single-sided riveting, but they must be riveted with a special tool - a pull rivet gun (manual, electric, automatic). This type of rivet is especially suitable for riveting occasions where it is inconvenient to use ordinary rivets (riveting from both sides), so it is widely used in construction, automobiles, ships, aircraft, machinery, electrical appliances, furniture and other products. Advantages of rivet equipment Pull rivets have a wide range of riveting, rapid installation, stable and reliable performance, and are used in processing and manufacturing industries around the world. The main advantages of use include: single-sided construction, wide riveting range, rapid installation, large clamping force, and good shock resistance , Blind rivets have a flat fracture and strong lock core capability. Blind rivets are widely used in the market and are common blind rivets. Among them, blind rivets with open oblate head are widely used and are suitable for riveting occasions where smooth performance is required. Materials include: stainless steel, iron, aluminum, copper Sizes are; 2.4mm, 3mm, 3.2mm, 4.0mm, 4.8mm, 5mm, 6.4mm. Head shape: countersunk head, round head, big brim The national labels are: GB12617 and GB12618 The closed rivet has the function of sealing, and is generally used for parts with sealing requirements, while the open type has no sealing function. In the connection environment where sealing is required. Specifications: 3mm, 3.2mm, 4.0mm, 4.8mm, 5mm, 6.4mm Head shape: countersunk head, round head, big brim The national labels of closed rivets are: GB12615 and GB12616 steady-ind.com