Add threads to thin or brittle materials that are too delicate for hole tapping. Rivet nuts can be anchored from one side to form a flange that secures the nut against the underside of the material.
This magnetic material is the most common choice for everyday fastening applications.
At roughly 1/3 the weight of steel, aluminum is a strong, corrosion-resistant metal commonly used for its lightweight properties. It is nonmagnetic.
Insert into a hole when you can't tap, weld, or braze.
Install rivet nuts with these tools.
Also known as setting mandrels, they sit inside a rivet and push out the sides of the rivet as it's installed.
Fit these replacement nosepieces on a compatible rivet tool.