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Mechanics, builders, and technology producers have invented many different kinds of fasteners since the human race first started putting things together. Some have been used for hundreds of years, like the bolt. Others have been used for thousands, in one form or another. The Ancient Egyptians developed the first rivets about 5000 years ago. Subsequent developments led to the extremely powerful metal rivets we know and use in the modern day.
Despite the many changes that have shaped and reshaped their design, all modern rivets follow the same principle as their ancient forebears. When driven into a hole, either by hand or with a rivet gun, the tail end is flattened or broken. This prevents the rivet from falling out of the hole by mistake. A lot of hard work is required to pry it loose, ensuring that each one has a long life and significant strength.
Metal rivets are extremely useful in the construction of vehicles, including cars. In the event that a car ever does need that type of maintenance, auto shops can find hundreds of distinct products here at Boltman. Our collection covers a wide range of lengths and designs, but all of them can get the job done. Browse the selection below and place an order with us today.
Monobolt System allows one operator to produce high-quality structural joints in seconds
Avex Rivets can expand up to its own head diameter, accurate hole sizing or alignment is not necessary.
Large flange head enables soft, pliable materials to be fastened.
POP® Multi-Grip Bling Rivets
Oversize, irregular or misaligned holes are automatically compensated for by self-adjusting hole-filling capability. forms a tight, weather-resistant seal.
Pan'l Blind Rivets
Blind Pan-L Rivets Blind rivets allow objects to be fastened together when access is only possible from one side.
Nylon Blind Rivets
Ideal for projects where access to the joint is limited to only one side. Blind rivets (or “pop” rivets) are available in standard, structural, closed end and various other styles for a wide range of applications.
Klamp Tite Rivets
Mandrel breaks flush with the top of rivet head anywhere within grip range.
Large Secondary Head Split Rivets
Rivets that fasten securely into thick and thin materials. Will pull soft or brittle materials. Can be used in an oversized hole.
Interlock® Dome Head High Strength Rivets
High strength Interlock® rivets feature a positive mechanical locking system that provides superior holding power.
“Peel - Type” Specialty Rivets
Peel-type rivets are a type of blind rivet designed for improved support in brittle, soft, or ductile materials. The mandrel of peel-type rivets is designed to split the end of the rivet body into four separate legs to create a large blind side bearing surface.
Closed End Rivets
Closed-end rivets form a seal against air and moisture and have great tensile strength compared to open-end rivets. Closed-end rivets can be set with Rivet Gun b8858
- Specialty Rivets