Hammering Type Rivets

Hammering Type Rivets

Engineers have been employing the Hammering Type Rivet to manufacture metal buildings for over a century. This fastener is made of high-quality steel and aluminum and is stronger than a standard rivet. These rivets are ideal for both industrial and residential construction.

The hammering rivet is the most powerful rivet utilized in the construction sector. The hammer rivet is made up of a head and a short length of metal rod. The head is attached to a massive anvil, and the rod is hammered into a hole in the material.

Hammering Type Rivets

What is a hammer rivet?

Hammering Type Rivets is a clear tape that is strong but flexible and simple to use. This tape is extensively used in both the automobile and home repair industries. Typically, the tape is used to seal around windows, doors, vents, and other openings.

HK Group Fasteners' hammer rivets are constructed of stainless steel, carbon steel, or alloy steel, making them exceptionally robust for usage in high-strength applications. Because they are corrosion-resistant, they can also be employed in applications that must be deployed near water. The hammer rivet, like any other rivet, has a tubular shank that runs the length of its body. To implant, it applies pressure to its head. It is utilized in blindside applications when only one side of the structure is visible and the fastener must be fastened and loosened from that side.

To tighten or remove rivets, hammer rivets must be used in conjunction with certain tools. To loosen or tighten the tool, position the end bit on the grooves of its head and apply pressure. These rivets give one of the strongest grips available for assembly. As a result, they are the preferred fastener for applications involving frequent and steady vibrations and tiny movements.

    Dimension Standards

    Size Range:

  • Metric: As Per Requirement
  • Inches: As Per Requirement