Rivets can be mainly divided into hot forged rivets, co […]
Rivets can be mainly divided into hot forged rivets, cold forged rivets, hollow and semi-hollow rivets.
Hot-forged forming rivets: generally larger in size, mostly used in locomotives, ships and boilers, etc., usually hot forging is required to shape the head, see GB863～866;
Cold heading forming rivets: The general diameter is 16mm, and the head is usually formed by cold heading, see GB867~870, GB109, etc.
Hollow and semi-hollow rivets: Hollow rivets are used in places where the shear force is not large, and are often used to connect non-metallic parts such as plastic, leather, wood, and canvas.