Rivet tools set rivets to join sheet metal, plastic sheets, fabrics, and other thin materials. Also known as hand riveters, they install rivets into drilled, aligned holes in stacked parts or layered materials. They connect ductwork, secure auto body panels, fasten gutters, anchor plastics, and more. These tools reduce the risk of oversetting to prevent damage to materials.
Blind Rivet Tools
These tools install blind rivets, which require access to only one side of the materials being joined. Also known as break-stem rivet tools, they grip the blind rivet's mandrel (pintail), draw it back, flatten the rivet body and pull materials together, and snap it off to set the rivet flush with the surface.
Blind Rivet Tools, sorted by Fits Rivet Diameter, ascending
These nosepieces replace worn nosepieces on rivet tools to restore their grip on rivets. They fit specific rivet tools and hold specific rivet types or sizes.
Replacement Nosepieces, sorted by Fits Rivet Diameter, ascending
These jaws replace worn jaws on rivet tools to restore their grip on rivets. They fit specific rivet tools.
Replacement Jaws, sorted by Fits Rivet Diameter, ascending
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