No.699, Chuangye Road, Tongyuan Industrial Park, Haiyan, Zhejiang Province, China
Stainless steel rivet nut is a tool widely used in various production industries, which is indispensable to the production industry. Now let's introduce stainless steel rivet nuts.
The pneumatic or manual riveting gun can be used for one-time riveting, which is convenient and firm; It replaces the traditional welding nut and makes up for the defects of thin metal sheet, thin pipe welding fusibility, welding nut irregularity, etc. The products have come to the fore through the survival of the fittest, and today's manufacturers are not satisfied with the status quo, but with the development of science and technology in continuous innovation, and now have been widely used. At present, many manufacturers produce inferior products. In order to use them more safely and confidently, you must read the relevant instructions before using them. Products are not only applicable to one industry, but are applied by many industries.
Introduction to the difference between stainless steel rivet nuts and traditional welding nuts: With the development of science and technology, the nuts are also constantly updated to repay the loan. If the stainless steel rivet nuts need to be installed outside and the inside space is narrow, so that the pressure head of the press riveter can not be allowed to enter for press riveting and sprouting and other methods can not meet the strength requirements, then press riveting and rivet expansion are not feasible. Pull rivet must be used. It is applicable to the fastening field of plates and pipes (0.5MM-6MM) of various thicknesses.
If the stainless steel rivet nut is tightened too tightly, the interface will be rusted, which is not conducive to disassembly. It is recommended to tighten the nut by hand first, and then use a wrench to tighten the nut for half a turn to one turn. When installing the automobile tire, the screws shall not be tightened too tightly, otherwise the screws may be deformed and the fixing effect may be affected. On the same tire, the tightness of each screw should be even, and no individual screw should be tightened very tightly, otherwise the driving of the tire will be affected, and the screw may be broken due to uneven stress in severe cases. When screwing the tire, it's better to ask a professional. If you do it yourself, you should tighten the screws one by one in the diagonal order. Each screw should be tightened in several times and gradually. The screws should be "strong enough". Do not tighten them all at once.