• Product type: Peel alu/steel
• Material rivet body: Aluminium alloy
• Material mandrel: Steel, zinc-plated
• Head shape: Dome Head
• Rivet diameter Ø: 3.2 | 4.0 | 4.8 [mm]
• Rivet body length: Please refer to cataloger
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PEEL BLIND RIVETS
Peel blind rivets are folding type blind rivets which are ideal for soft or porous components, including wood, fibre glass, hardboard and plasterboard.
Peel blind rivets are required if soft or porous parts
such as wood, hard-fi bre, fi breglass or plasterboards
need to be joined together. In the setting process, the
rivet mandrel falls out of the rivet body, and on the closing
head side the rivet mandrel splits the rivet shaft into four
parts. These then grip into the material. Typical application
fields are the assembly of plastic and wooden
elements,caravan constructions and the attachment of
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What Is A Blind Rivet?
A blind rivet consists of two parts: the hollow rivet and the mandrel body. The hollow rivet has a setting head and a rivet body. The setting head is located on the processing side and is available with a range of diameters and in different forms. The head variants are as follows: dome head, countersunk and large flange. The rivet body comes in different lengths that will depend on the thickness of the material to be riveted. The job of the mandrel body is to deform the rivet body. It has a predetermined breaking point, at which the mandrel body breaks off once the rivet has been deformed sufficiently. The filling section is the portion of the mandrel body that is left behind in the hollow rivet. The spent mandrel is the portion of the mandrel body that is removed from the set rivet using the blind riveting tool and disposed of.
How To Installing?
During the setting process, the mandrel body is moved using the setting tool jaws, deforming the hollow rivet until it is firmly positioned in the component as predefined. In the end, the mandrel body breaks off at the specified point (the predetermined breaking point) and can be disposed of via the recycling system. The rest mandrel is the spent mandrel left behind in the hollow rivet and can provide an additional locking function depending on the application in question.