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Carbon Steel Blind Rivet, Zinc Plated Finish, Button Head, Multi-Grip, Meets IFI Grade 30, Inch, Made in US

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Price: $9.39 - $25.46
Product Specifications
Brand Name Unknown
Material Type Carbon Steel
System of Measurement Inch
Specification Met IFI Grade 30
Additional Features Multi-Grip
Exterior Finish Zinc Plated
Head Type Button
Import Designation Made in US
UNSPSC Code 31162211

Blind rivets provide a way to join parts together when you don't have access to both sides. They ... See more product details

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Fits Hole Size Compatible Insert Size Minimum Grip String Maximum Grip Size String Overall Length Outside Diameter Number of Items Part Number
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1/8 inches #30 0.125 inches 0.125 inches 0.355 inches 1/8 inches 100 B00137NJ2A
3/16 inches #11 0.1875 inches 0.1875 inches 0.405 inches 3/16 inches 100 B00137NJ9I
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  • ASIN: B00DIF0252

Product Description

Blind rivets provide a way to join parts together when you don't have access to both sides. They consist of a rivet (a hollow body with a head) and a mandrel (a thin nail with a bulbed end). Rivets require a setting tool for installation. Riveted joints are strong, tight, and extremely reliable. How to install a blind rivet. Insert the rivet through a hole that passes through both materials being joined. Using a rivet tool with the same size nosepiece as the rivet diameter, grip the mandrel and pull the trigger or lever. The tool pulls the mandrel through the rivet, deforming the rivet's body and breaking off the excess mandrel.

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