A “Shoulder Rivet” has a manufactured head on one end, a solid shoulder under the head (of lesser diameter of the head, and an established length) and a smaller diameter shank which can be solid or semi-tubular. The shoulder of the river acts as a bearing surface when the rivet shank is clinched tight to the non-rotating part of the workpiece.
MATERIAL OPTIONS: Low Carbon Steel, 300 and 400 Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Brass and Copper
PLATING OPTIONS: Options are numerous and are dependent on the application. Most common plating for rivets are Zinc, Phosphate, and Nickel
HEAD STYLES: Oval, Truss, Button, Flat / Wafer & Flat / Countersunk