During the process of sheet metal joining, some objects require high levels of reliability and safety, and solid rivets undoubtedly stand out as the optimal choice. They possess simple and dependable characteristics, enabling permanent fastening, and find wide applications in aircraft, boats, bridges, buildings and more.
It’s important to note that solid rivets need to be installed from both sides of the fastener; they consist of a solid shaft with a head at one end. During the installation process, technicians use hammers or rivet guns to deform and secure the headless end of the solid rivet.
Questok provides a wide range of solid rivets for selection. They can be categorized based on head types like flat head, button head, and countersunk, as well as by materials including stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass and more. Additionally, we also provide customized production to meet varying sizes of solid rivet requirements.
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