Rivets

Reliable Steel Distributors is a specialized manufacturer of high quality rivet  in India A rivet is a mechanical fastener composed of a head on one end and a cylindrical stem on another (called the tail) which has the appearance of a metal pin.

Structural Rivets create a stronger assembly than standard stainless steel pop rivets, because of the amount of force that they generate. Structural rivets are used to connect two pieces of material in a quick and efficient way. They are tubular, comprised of a hat and mandrel; the length of the mandrel is snapped off when installed.

Interlock Pop Rivets are available in 302 Stainless Steel which is considered the industry standard because of its corrosion resistant qualities. Both the hat and mandrel of the structural rivet are made of 302 Stainless Steel. Structural Rivets are available in 3/16″ and 1/4″ diameters, in #6-4 and #8-6 fastener callout sizes.

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POP Rivets (Open End)

POP Rivets, also known as blind rivets, are used to connect two pieces of material in quick, efficient way. POP Rivets are tubular, comprised of a hat and mandrel; the length of the mandrel is snapped off when installed.

Closed End POP Rivets (Sealed)

Closed End Rivets differ from a standard blind pop rivet in that they feature a closed end which creates a watertight seal.

Large Flange POP Rivets

Large flange, also called Oversize, pop rivets have a larger washer on the hat than standard POP Rivets. Also known as blind rivets, they are used to connect two pieces of material in quick, efficient way. Large flange POP Rivets are tubular, comprised of a hat and mandrel; the length of the mandrel is snapped off when installed.

Countersunk POP Rivets

Countersunk, also call Flat, POP Rivets, are used to connect two pieces of material in quick, efficient way. The hat of the rivet is almost inverted, with a 120-degree countersink in the integrated washer. POP Rivets are tubular, comprised of a hat and mandrel; the length of the mandrel is snapped off when installed.

Colored Rivets

Colored rivets are open end pop rivets. Colored rivets have a hat that has been painted wither brown, black or white. These colors are used either to hide rivets and create a finished look or to make them extra visual by using the opposing color from the installation material.

Multi-Grip Rivets

Multi-grip rivets are often used to substitute conventional rivets where the thickness of installation materials can vary. The rivet simply expands to the size(within its range) and holds the two materials together.

Structural Rivets

Structural rivets are used to create a stronger assembly than standard stainless-steel pop rivets. They generate an intense amount of force and require a different tool to apply than a regular rivet.

Tri-Fold Rivets

Tri-Fold rivets, also called exploding rivets, have three cuts in the hat that cause the hat to fold outward when installed into three distinct wings. A tri-groove rivet has better strength and holding power than standard pop rivets.

Riveting was a popular method of fastening in the past but it’s still widely used today when a light weight and high strength are vital to the application. They can fasten wood, metal, and plastic.

Rivets are measured in installed grip range and length. The Rivet size guide above can assist you in finding the right size rivets for your application. For more information on rivet sizing and blind rivets in general,