Brass Solid Rivets
Material: Brass, Solid Brass, Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Copper
- Ease of joint inspection.
- Easily adapted for automation.
- Creates the strongest riveted joint.
- Utilized where reliability and safety are important.
- Used in Aircraft and structural applications like bridges and buildings.
- Brass Solid Rivets are the strongest rivets used in fastened joints.
- Secondary heat treatment (anneal) to the rivet can make the rivet more ductile prior to clinching in certain applications.
- Rivets can be hardened for some applications to improve strength and durability.
- Rivet plating and coating options are selected dependent on the application.
- Many solid rivets are ordered with a plain finish as they are painted after assembly.
- High Speed Assembly.
- A solid rivet has a manufactured head on one end and a solid shank on the other end.
- The shank of the rivet can be produced with a straight cut-off or a chamfered cut-off end.
- A die point can be manufactured into the shank end to aid alignment during assembly.
- Common head styles are oval, truss, round, button, universal, pan, countersunk and flat.