Types of Rivets and their Benefits

Types of Rivets and their Benefits

Rivets have high strength, durability and can create a unbreakable connection when properly installed. They can also handle immense loads and very stress situations. 

Clients satisfaction is the top priority for our manufacturing company and provide them various forms of rivets such as metal rivets, steel rivets, brass rivets, stainless steel rivets, hollow rivets, semi tubular rivets, ms rivet, micro rivets, etc.

We, at Usha Precision Products Pvt. Ltd. produce high quality rivets and it different forms precisely and accurately. Rivets plays a very crucial role of joining in machinery, which have various advantages and we are very huge producers of these kinds of products with enough variety in them.

We Produce Various Forms of Rivets

Stainless Steel Rivet

A stainless steel rivet is a permanent mechanical fastener made from a corrosion-resistant steel alloy.

Steel Rivet

A steel rivet is a permanent mechanical fastener which is used to join two or more pieces of material together.

Brass Rivet

A brass rivet is a permanent fastener made from a brass alloy. Structurally, it consists of a solid metal shaft with a head at one end.

Aluminium Rivet

Aluminium rivet is a permanent mechanical fastener and used in fixing multiple materials perfect for aluminium sheet.

Benefits of Rivets

Rivets create permanent, high-strength joints that can handle static and dynamic loads. Rivets become very useful in the situations where precision components need to hold up under high pressure or stress.

Rivets are in one of the precision components that can operate or movement in constant high-vibration environments.

Rivets are a more cost-effective solution, especially for smaller production runs or applications requiring simple, reliable and long lasting connections.

Types of Rivets

Solid Metal Rivets - These are the most common and simple type of rivet which has circular shank and head on one end structurally. It is installed by hammering the head and provide very secure connection.

Semi Tubular Rivets - These rivets are also known as tubular rivets which have a hollow shank and used in the applications where reduction of weight is essential.

Last Update on : 28-May-2024 12:06
Types of Rivets and their Benefits