Open-End Blind Rivets, or as sometimes referred POP rivets, which is the brand name for Stanley Rivets, formally Emhart mfg are available in Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Copper, and many other alloys. The Open-End Rivets are constructed as a two-part fastener. The breakstem, which is used to compress the rivet, is also available in multiple materials to ensure maximum compression when compressing the rivet before the breakaway. Open-End Blind Rivets are used throughout many industries from the automotive, appliance, marine, aviation, and general maintenance and repair because of the low cost and high dependability. When choosing the proper Open-End Blind Rivet on our system, be sure to pick from all filters to narrow your search.
For ultimate performance, the Avdel Q-Rivet relies on a friction lock in the body and a uniquely designed mandrel head. The internal friction lock occurs when locking grooves on the mandrel slide along the inner wall of the rivet body during installation. The locking grooves scrape material from the rivet wall and the loose material accumulates in the grooves. This helps to lock the mandrel in place once the rivet is installed. When choosing the proper Q-Type Blind Rivets on our system, be sure to pick from all filters to narrow your search.
Nylon - Plastic Blind Rivets ST801HS • Delrin 500 Mandrel Marson brand Klik-Lok Plastic Rivets are the same precision-molded all-nylon rivets used by domestic auto manufacturers, both for original equipment and replacement parts. In addition, Klik-Lok Plastic Rivets are ideal for non-conductive and non-corrosive environments. Klik-Lok Plastic Rivets fasten plastic to plastic, plastic to metal and plastic to fiberglass. As they set, three “legs” form to securely lock the components in place and prevent pullout. When choosing the proper Nylon Blind Rivets on our system, be sure to pick from all filters to narrow your search.
Huck Magna-Lok Blind Rivet has a 360º solid-circle lock. It’s Alcoa Fastening System’s answer to loosening and vibration challenges. And it’s the reason Magna-Lok® is the world’s strongest, most reliable, most consistent blind fastening solution available. The unique locking design creates an internal lock during installation that virtually eliminates pin pushout by mechanically locking the pin to the sleeve. So Magna-Lok fasteners lock flush into place reliably, permanently. Magna-Lok is ideal for applications ranging from general manufacturing and commercial truck body assembly to freight trailers, military vehicles, and postal vehicles. No fastening system is stronger or more dependable. Twenty times the strength. In lap shear fatigue tests, steel Magna-Lok fasteners outlasted the nearest competitor nearly 20 to 1. Ours lasted 2 million cycles, while theirs lasted only 100,000. In addition, this strength extends to the solid-circle lock design. The expanding sleeve creates a tough, long-lasting joint with a tight, weather-resistant seal. This shield blocks out water and salt, further ensuring the fastener’s long, reliable life. Quick and economical to install and inspect. Because installing Magna-Lok fasteners is so easy, a worker can install three fasteners in just two seconds. That’s 5,400 fasteners an hour. And because they install from just one side, you pay just one worker. With the Magna-Lok system, workers can be trained to install the fasteners in a matter of minutes. Installations are more accurate than other fasteners of the same kind because the element of human error is not an issue. The lock is repeatable, and there’s no need to grind or fill; you can paint right away. What’s more, inspections are quick and easy. Once properly installed, there’s no need for torque inspections or x-rays. When choosing the proper Huck Magna-Lok Blind Rivets on our system, be sure to pick from all filters to narrow your search.
Dichromate has a specific chemical meaning; it means Cr2O7, and the chrome would have to be hexavalent, not trivalent for that formula to hold. Similarly, 'chromate' also has a specific chemical meaning; it means CrO3, and the chrome would have to be hexavalent for that formula to hold as well. But as slang and a colloquialism the trivalent formulas are widely called 'trivalent chromates' even though it is actually an oxymoron to a chemist.
FACT: Dichromate is naturally gold in color whereas Trivalent formulations are naturally clear, and some people question whether it is possible to get a good gold color from a trivalent formulation even with dye.