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Rivet nut with flange
Rivet nut with flange Rivet-nut threaded with a wide cylindrical flange. The CALIBER factory produces rivet sizes M4 M5 M6. The thickness of the fastened materials is from 0.5 to 3.0 mm. The hole for the rivet is made without a countersink.
Rivet with semicircular head GOST 10299-80
Rivet GOST–10299–80 for a hammer is a smooth metal rod with a diameter of 1 to 36 mm with a semicircular head. The part is made of aluminum alloy, a steel rivet is produced at the factory and corresponds to B and C accuracy classes.
Rivet with countersunk head GOST 10300-80
A classic hammer rivet, corresponding to GOST–10300–80, consists of a smooth cylindrical rod and a countersunk head. Made from stainless, aluminium, brass or copper alloy. Corresponds to B and C accuracy class.
Rivet with countersunk head GOST 10303-80
The part GOST 10303-80 for a hammer is a smooth metal rod ending in a flat countersunk head. Hardware corresponds to accuracy class B and C, and is designed for fastening sheet materials: thin metal, facade plates, heavy structures.
Rivets are a fastening element and the main part of a riveted joint in the form of a metal rod or pipe with a captive head. In the process of riveting the hardware, a closing or upsetting head is formed. Rivets are used to create one-piece joints in civil engineering, light industry, household repairs, shipbuilding and aircraft building.At present, rivets are practically replaced by welding and bolted joints due to the slow process of assembling the rivet structure, and the too noisy process of mounting hardware. However, there are situations in which rivets are indispensable. For example, the need to fix structures in places where access to a future connection is difficult, where it is necessary to exclude structural changes in the metal, overheating of adjacent parts, and warping of the structure.Rivets are often the only way to join non-weldable or hard-to-weld, dissimilar materials, as well as to prevent the propagation of a fatigue crack from one part to another. Given the importance of such connections, the team of the Kalibr plant could not but include the most popular type of rivet - under the hammer - into the range of products.