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Steady Industrial Fasteners Co., Ltd.

Steady Industrial Fasteners Co., Ltd. is and , specialized in producing Blind Fasteners, including Rivet Nuts, Rivets, Clinching Fasteners and Welding Studs. With more than 10 years experience in production and exporting, STEADY is a High & New technology enterprise founded in 2001.

Wtih ISO 9001:2009, TS16949 certified facilities in Zhejiang, China. We can manufacture 1.5 billion blind rivets that meet DIN7337, IFI and GB(chinese) standards annually, Plus 283 million pieces rivet nuts 120 million pieces of clinching fasteners annually, that most competitors can not simply compete.


a professional manufacturer of blind fasteners.

STEADY manufactures over thousands different type of blind rivet nuts in steel,aluminium and stainless steel, diameter from M3-M16 in metric and UNC #6-32 to UNC 1/2-13 in inch. High advantage in stainless steel blind rivets both for open and sealed type, mutigrip,monobolt and other structural rivets. We focus on "one stop shopping" and with advantage of large production capacity , consistent quality, competitive prices, punctual delivery and excellent serverices before and after sales, STEADY has become one of the leading blind fasteners manufacuture & supplier in Asia.

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What is Steel Open Blind Rivet?

A steel open blind rivet, also known as a steel pop rivet, is a type of fastener used to join materials together. It is commonly used when access to the backside of the joint is limited or impossible. The term "blind" refers to the fact that the rivet can be installed from one side of the workpiece, without requiring access to the opposite side.
The steel open blind rivet consists of two main parts: the rivet body and the mandrel. The rivet body is a hollow cylindrical tube with a flange at one end and a formed head at the other end. The mandrel is a thin rod that passes through the center of the rivet body. The mandrel has a protruding head on one end and a grip on the other end.
To install a steel open blind rivet, a rivet gun or a similar tool is used. The rivet gun pulls on the mandrel, which causes the protruding head to deform and expand the rivet body. As the rivet body expands, it creates a bulge on the blind side of the joint, creating a secure connection.
Once the rivet is installed and the mandrel is fully pulled, it breaks off at a predetermined point, leaving the formed head of the rivet in place. The broken mandrel remnants typically fall freely within the hollow cavity of the rivet body, hence the term "open blind" rivet.
Steel open blind rivets offer several advantages, including ease of installation, high-speed assembly, and the ability to join materials that may be difficult to access from both sides. They are commonly used in applications such as automotive, aerospace, construction, and general fabrication. The choice of steel as the material for the rivet provides strength and durability, making it suitable for various demanding environments.

How well do steel open blind rivet perform in high-temperature environments?

The performance of steel open blind rivets in high-temperature environments depends on the specific type of steel used and the temperature conditions involved. Here are some considerations:
Material Type:
Different types of steel have varying temperature resistance. Common steel types include carbon steel and alloy steel. Alloy steel, which includes elements such as chromium, may exhibit better high-temperature performance.
Temperature Limits:
Check the manufacturer's specifications for the steel open blind rivets to determine their temperature limits. High-temperature environments can range from moderately elevated temperatures to extremely high heat, and the rivets must be selected accordingly.
Heat Treatment:
Some steel alloys can undergo specific heat treatments to enhance their high-temperature performance. Heat-treated steel may better withstand elevated temperatures without compromising structural integrity.
Coatings or Treatments:
Consider whether the steel open blind rivets are coated or treated with materials that enhance their resistance to oxidation or other effects of high temperatures. Coatings like zinc or other heat-resistant finishes can provide additional protection.
Application Conditions:
Assess the specific conditions in which the rivets will be used. For example, if the application involves intermittent or sustained exposure to high temperatures, this information is crucial for selecting the appropriate rivet material.
Consult Manufacturer Guidelines:
Manufacturers often provide guidelines regarding the temperature resistance of their products. Refer to these guidelines to ensure that the selected steel open blind rivets can perform reliably in the intended high-temperature environment.
Consider Alternative Materials:
In extremely high-temperature environments, users might want to explore alternative materials that are specifically designed for such conditions, such as heat-resistant alloys or ceramics.