Pull rivets, the national standard is blind rivets, als […]
Pull rivets, the national standard is blind rivets, also known as Hakla rivets or HUCK bolts, are based on the principle of Hooke's law, after the two joints are clamped with special equipment for pull rivets, the ring will be inserted. A fastening method in which the metal of the collar (or unthreaded nut) is extruded and filled into the groove of the bolt with multiple annular grooves, so that the collar and the bolt are tightly combined.
Blind rivets are a type of rivets for single-sided riveting, but they must be riveted with a special tool - a rivet gun (manual, electric, pneumatic). When riveting, the rivet core is pulled by a special riveting gun to expand the rivet body and play a riveting role. 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. Among them, the open type oblate head blind rivets are widely used, the countersunk head blind rivets are suitable for riveting occasions where the surface needs to be smooth, and the closed type blind rivets are suitable for riveting occasions that require high load and certain sealing performance.