Self-Clinch Studs information
self-Clinch Studs can be divided into two types according to the shape, one is commonly used round head riveting screws. The other is a less-used hexagonal head riveting screw. Under the head of the riveting screw, there is a embossing design with a spur pattern, which is formed by a cold pier process. The production speed is very fast. Therefore, the manufacturing cost is relatively low, and the installation method is also quick and simple.
When using, open a small hole slightly larger than the thread on the sheet metal (the specific size should match with the embossed diameter of the tooth under the head of the riveting screw), put the riveting screw into the hole, and use the riveting equipment in the product. The head can be pressed downwards evenly. When the riveting screw presses into the sheet metal, the embossing teeth below the head of the screw will bite with the sheet metal body to form a permanent and firm thread hex head riveting screw.
Different from the round head, the hexagonal pressure riveting screws are completely reliant on the six opposite sides of the head and are stuck in the sheet metal to prevent sliding. The production mode is to use hexagonal rods for direct turning, and the production cost and installation difficulty are high. Round rivets on rivets. Material: The material of the riveting screw is usually made of ordinary carbon steel or stainless steel SUS304.
Its function is to form a strong external thread on a very thin sheet metal part. In order to adapt to the current trend of ROHS environmental protection, we have also adopted environmentally friendly raw materials to produce a variety of pressure riveting screws to meet the needs, and each batch of carbon steel riveting screws will be heat treated after the next line.