The Locking Principle Of Carbon Steel Rivet Nut

There are many fasteners that we can usually see, and naturally, there will be many that can be understood. carbon steel rivet nut is just one of the fasteners.

Carbon steel rivet nut is a kind of fastener product applied to "sheet metal or chassis cabinets". It has a round shape. One end of the nut has embossed teeth and guide grooves. However, stainless steel rivet nuts are mostly used in places with high anti-corrosion requirements. The pressure riveting nut only needs some simple riveting equipment to be installed quickly. The principle that the pressure riveting nut can be locked after riveting is that one end of the nut has a small cylindrical end face, and the end face downward has an angle of about 30 degrees to 45 degrees. On the lower side, there is a zigzag embossing groove, which will press The rivet nut is put into the guide hole, and pressure is applied from top to bottom so that the angled cylindrical end face and the tooth pattern are pressed into the sheet metal vertically, and bite together with the sheet metal to form a fixed thread.

For different purposes, rivet nuts will have different models and specifications. For flat head rivet nut , this is the case. There are classifications of large and small heads. Of course, there are many classifications of carbon steel rivet nuts.

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