ANSI B18.7 Semi-Tubular Rivets by Material, Finish and Size
Semi-Tubular Rivets are similar to Full-Tubular Rivets: the difference being in the depth of the hollow shank. A semi-tubular rivet has a much shallower hollow shank. Like all rivets, the purpose is to clamp two materials tightly together, and to achieve this, the length of the rivet shank and the depth of the tubular portion of the shank must be such that it can pass through the thickness of the parts to be clamped. Installation requires an anvil that bends the shank of the rivet outwards, locking the pieces in place.
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ANSI/ASME b18.7 Semi-Tubular Rivets by Imperial/ Sizes
Semi-Tubular Rivets are available on the FCH Network with imperial diameters that range from 1/8 to 1/4, and with lengths that range from 1/8 to 1 3/8.
ANSI/ASME b18.7 Semi-Tubular Rivets are available on the FCH Network in materials that range from Steel to Brass.
ANSI/ASME b18.7 Semi-Tubular Rivets by Coatings/Finishes
ANSI/ASME b18.7 Semi-Tubular Rivets are available on the FCH Network in finishes or coatings that range from Plain to Nickel.