Tubular semi-tubular rivets

Update:25-10-2021
Summary:

At its most basic, a rivet is a cylindrical rod with a […]

At its most basic, a rivet is a cylindrical rod with a smooth head at one end. A worker uses an air hammer to flatten the tail end into the second head, which is usually called depressurization-tail or shop head rivets are heated in a furnace and inserted into a pre-stamped or pre-drilled hole. With permanent fasteners, the store head is formed so that the rivets support tensile loads, but their real strength is their support for shear loads.
Of course, standard products are not always enough for every job. With the development of new production methods and advanced projects requiring new fastener solutions, the scope of rivets is expanded as well.
Tubular, semi-hollow rivets were developed to reduce the force required to form the head shop, thereby speeding up the process. Blind rivets, which include a variety of variants, are designed to be used when only one side of a workpiece is available.