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QJKW Rivet 200Pcs Aluminum Blind Rivets 1/8" x 23/64" Dome Head

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QJKW Rivet 200Pcs Aluminum Blind Rivets 1/8" x 23/64" Dome Head

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Product description

Size:Bule

200Pcs aluminum blind hole rivets 1/8" x 23/64" dome blind plate 5-7 clearance

Descriptive words:
1. As a blind fastener, blind rivets can be inserted and installed from one side of the workpiece. Depending on the application, they can be used as substitutes for welding, adhesives, screws, nuts and bolts.
2. The blind rivet consists of two parts-the main body of the rivet and the setting mandrel in it. It is used to join two pieces of material together.
3. Put the mandrel into the rivet/tool, and when the tool is actuated, the jaws of the blind tool will grab the mandrel of the rivet.
4. The tool pulls the mandrel through the main body of the rivet and fixes the rivet. This enlarges the blind end of the rivet and then breaks the mandrel. This forms a strong, tight and reliable joint.
5. Suitable for connecting iron, aluminum, plastic, rubber, wood and laminate, used to assemble caravans, trailers, furniture and plastic frame windows.

specification:
Material: aluminum alloy
Head type: dome head
Rivet handle diameter (D): 3.2mm / 0.125inch
Rivet shank length (L): 9mm / 0.35inch
Head diameter (A): 6mm / 0.24inch
Mandrel diameter (C): 1.8mm / 0.07inch
Drilling diameter: 3.3mm / 0.13inch
Riveting range: 5mm-7mm / 0.2inch-0.27inch
Stretching force: 450N
Shear strength: 360N
Color: as shown

Package Contents:
200pcs (+/- 2%) x aluminum blind rivets
Please allow 2-3% error due to manual measurement and make sure you do not mind oefore ordering
The product photos are taken in kind, because the shooting is different from the light and the display, there may be color difference, the goods are subject to the actual kind

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QJKW Rivet 200Pcs Aluminum Blind Rivets 1/8" x 23/64" Dome Head

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