Good to know about blind riveters
With a blind riveter, you can join together materials efficiently and permanently without having access to the rear of the material. Riveting pliers, or pop riveters as they are also called, are available in different variants with various features and characteristics.
- Force-reducing riveting pliers save muscle power in large projects and are suitable for joining thick, hard materials.
- A rotating head blind riveter is ideal for working in corners and other narrow, hard-to-reach areas.
- A multi-nozzle blind rivet gun can handle blind rivets of various diameters. This means that there is no need to switch between different nozzles depending on the size of the rivet.
Common applications for blind riveters
Sheet metal work
- Fixing house number signs and nameplates of sheet metal.
- Fixing and repairing rainwater downpipes and gutters.
- Fixing roofing sheet.
- Assembling and repairing greenhouses.
- Fixing licence plates, silencers and mudguards.
- Fixing plastic accessories such as spoilers.
- Repairing damaged or rusty metal.
Decoration and repair
- Decorating bags and clothes.
- Reinforcing wheels on cabin bags.
- Repairing handles on bags.
- Repairing toys.
- Bonding leather and textiles.