Small And Compact, Easy To Equip

- Apr 24, 2018 -

The riveting nut is also called riveting nut. It is a kind of nut applied on sheet metal or sheet metal. It has a round shape with embossed teeth and guide groove on one end. The principle is that the embossed tooth is pressed into the preset hole position of the sheet metal. In general, the diameter of the pre-set hole is slightly smaller than the embossed tooth of the pressure rivet nut, and the pressure of the flower teeth of the pressure rivet nut is squeezed into the plate. The periphery of the hole is plastically deformed and the deformation is squeezed into the guide groove, resulting in a locking effect.

Press rivet nut is divided into quick cutting steel pressure rivet nut S type, stainless steel pressure rivet nut CLS type, stainless steel pressure rivet nut SP type and copper and aluminum pressure rivet nut type CLA type, which should be used in different environments. . Specifications are usually from M2 to M12. The riveting nut does not have a uniform national standard and is commonly used in cabinet cabinets and sheet metal industries.

1, the back of the sheet remains completely embedded;

2, small and compact, suitable for all electronic or precision equipment;

3, high resistance to torque resistance;

4, convenient equipment, simply press riveting;

5, specification series, to meet a variety of design requirements.