How Many Kinds Of Rivet

- Jul 15, 2019-

Flat cone head rivet is corrosion resistant due to its large nail head. It is commonly used in riveting occasions with strong corrosion such as hull and boiler water tank.

Semi-circular head rivet is mainly used for riveting occasions with larger transverse load and is most widely used.

Flat head rivet is used for riveting occasions with general load.

Tubular rivets are used in non-metallic materials for riveting without load.

Semi-countersunk head and 1200 semi-countersunk head rivets are mainly used for riveting occasions with smooth surface and small load.

Semi-hollow rivets are mainly used for riveting occasions with little load.

Flat head and flat round head rivets are mainly used for riveting occasions of metal sheet or nonmetallic materials such as leather, canvas, wood, etc.

Countersunk head and 1200 countersunk head rivets are mainly used for riveting occasions with smooth surface and small load.

Headless rivets are mainly used for riveting of nonmetallic materials.

Hollow rivets are light in weight and weak in nail head, and are used for riveting occasions of nonmetallic materials with small load.

Large flat head rivets are mainly used for riveting occasions of nonmetallic materials.

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