Joining joints is very common for example bridge and ship constructions. This strong and sometimes waterproof joint can also be used in a much smaller context. With a rivet equipped with replaceable nozzles, fasteners and fasteners can be easily and quickly made in most materials.
These fasteners are used primarily when screws and nuts can not be accessed. There are standard rivets in several dimensions. They are made of aluminum, stainless steel or of an alloy called monil. When selecting the quality of the rivets it is important to take into account the materials that are to be joined.
If there is a risk of rustproofing outdoors or in other humid environments, you should choose stainless steel rivets. A nit bandage, simply expressed, forms a knot on the back of the joint. Therefore, this technique is used primarily when the connection is completely fixed. If you need to unlock the dressing, you can use a threaded rivet instead. It is fitted with a special screw nozzle on the pliers.
Nitroplets with ordinary dimension rivets are easy to attach to hand. Because aluminum is a rather soft metal, work is best done with rivets in this material. Stainless steel rivets require most power. Before riveting, you must drill holes in the materials to be joined.
For a joint or fastening to be good, it is important that the holes fit exactly over each other. The hole should have a 0.1 mm larger dimension than the nite. Standard rivets are hollow. If you want a fully waterproof dressing, you should choose tight-tight rivets.
Nitra, preferably with replaceable nozzles.
Rivets in suitable material and version.
Nita with popnit
2. Choose a rivet that is 3-5 mm longer than the hole depth. Then measure the nite without pin. Insert the nipple into the pliers.
3. Then put the nite into place in the hole. Hold the tool straight and squeeze the handle.
4. The head of the head is pulled into the nit which extends when the pin enters the pliers and is broken by the throwing pin.
Nita with blind nit
2. Then insert the threaded nite into the pre-drilled hole. Hold the tool straight to the ground.
3. As you push the handle, the pulling tower returns and the non-worn part of the rivet is expanded.
4. Unscrew the drawbar. The nits are held in place in the hole of the header that has been formed on the back of the workpiece.