What is the difference between all-stainless steel large-cap open rivets and screws?

- Dec 12, 2018-

Although rivets and screws are fasteners, they are different. In the case of all-stainless steel large-cap open rivets, it is a metal rod-shaped rod with one end that penetrates the connected member and is placed on the rod. The outer end  is pressed and the other end is pressed to press and fix the member. The screw is a tool that uses the physics and mathematical principles of the circular rotation of the object and the frictional force to gradually tighten the workpiece.

All-stainless steel large-cap open rivets are deformed by themselves, generally one end becomes larger, connecting two or more parts together. Usually after riveting, if you want to split the part, you must break the rivet. When the rivet is selected, it is necessary to see if the object is disassembled next time. It can be used twice, because the rivet is spliced at once and cannot be disassembled. Moreover, the rivet has no ridges, and the rod head is enlarged to prevent the object from slipping out.

However, the screw is not. It is screwed into the body of the component to connect the parts. Therefore, if you want to split the component, you only need to screw out the screw, and the screw will not be destroyed and can be used repeatedly. In addition, the screws are detachable, and screws are preferably used for the objects that can be used for the second time. The screws are toothed. The self-tapping screws are directly drilled into the object, and the screw need to be used with the nut.