Blind rivets are an extremely valuable cylindrical nail-like fastener, that also features a mandrel. Blind rivets are also known as break stem rivets.They allow objects to be fastened together when access is only possible from one side. This provides any effortless way to connect two objects when one side is impossible to reach. A Blind rivet is installed by passing it through the material via a tight hole. A riveter then pulls the mandrel back, deforming the rivet until the mandrel snaps, which allows the rivet to hold the material pieces in place.
Monroe JHP carries a huge selection of blind rivets, choose from a selection of Open-End Rivets, Closed -End Rivets, Multi-Grip Rivets and Structural Rivets. For more information check out the links below for more on Blind Rivets or to request a quote for your next order, or contact us to learn more.
Blind Rivet Options
Blind rivets come in many different forms depending on your specific application needs. We stock the following types.
Standard Open End Blind Rivets are assemblies constructed from two pieces: a shell (rivet), and a mandrel (stem) which is used to draw the shell into the fastening position.
Closed-end rivets are mainly used when access to the base material is available from only one side.
Multi-grip blind rivets provide a wider grip range than traditional blind rivets.
Structural rivets feature an inter-locking function. They are typically used in the manufacturing or repair of truck bodies.
Blind Rivet Construction & Applications
Blind rivets are available in a variety of materials, sizes, and styles. They are made using steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass, or copper materials depending on the application. Head styles of these industrial fasteners include large flange, countersunk, or protruding head. Blind rivets also have a variety of unique applications, some of which include:
- Structural Steel Beams
- Wood & Leather
Blind rivets are available in inch or metric measurements. They are available with various finishes based on the aesthetic requirements of your application.
What are the Benefits of using Blind Rivets?
Blind rivets offer many beneficial qualities for numerous types of applications. They are unlike solid rivets in the fact that they can only be jointed from one side of the structure. This is why they are called Blind Rivets, because it's blind to the other side of the structure. Some of the main benefits of blind rivets include:
- Quick & easy to install
- High bonding power
- Tight sealing capabilities
Contact Monroe JHP Fasteners Today
Request a quote or place your order for blind rivets today! Or to find out which blind rivets will work best for your applications, contact us. Solid rivets, tubular rivets, and other miscellaneous rivets are available as well.