Klamp-Tite - Aluminium

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Klamp-Tite is a tri-folding structural rivet with washer.

A high performing popular rivet that differs from other types due to its propeller shape blind–side anchor and washer, combining to provide a large weatherproof blind side bearing area. The structural Klamp-tite rivet contains a visible mechanical lock to give extra strength to the joint. Clever Huh! 

A load spreading rivet that distributes the clamping force against the rear sheet through the propeller anchor, whilst providing excellent pull through resistance, making them ideal for numerous lightweight panel applications. These rivets have a wide material grip range enables a single rivet to work in a greater range of thicknesses including curved or uneven surfaces.

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Klamp Tite Rivet - Structural Load Spreading Rivets. 

Klamp Tites rivets, also known as Tri-bulb rivets or Tri-fold blind rivets, are a type of fastener used in various industries for joining materials together. They are designed for applications where access to only one side of the workpiece is possible. Tri-fold rivets consist of three parts:

  1. Rivet Body: The main body of the rivet, typically made of metal like aluminum or steel. This is the part that goes through the materials being joined.

  2. Mandrel: A steel pin that runs through the center of the rivet body. The mandrel has a specific head at one end and a tail at the other.

  3. Bulb Section: The section at the tail end of the mandrel, which is shaped like a bulb or three-pronged washer. This bulb section creates a larger bearing surface on the blind side of the workpiece when the rivet is installed.

Klamp-Tite Folding Rivets - How to Install Lab.   

The installation process of a Klamp Tite folding rivet involves inserting the rivet body into a pre-drilled hole in the materials to be joined. Once the mandrel is pulled from the opposite side using a specialized rivet gun or tool, it deforms the rivet body, creating a strong, permanent joint.

Klamp Tite rivets are commonly used in automotive, aerospace, construction, and various manufacturing industries where the joint needs to be secure without direct access to both sides of the workpiece. They offer advantages like high shear and tensile strength, vibration resistance, and are easy to install with standard riveting equipment.

Klamp Tite Rivet - Structural Load Spreading Rivets. 

Klamp Tites rivets, also known as Tri-bulb rivets or Tri-fold blind rivets, are a type of fastener used in various industries for joining materials together. They are designed for applications where access to only one side of the workpiece is possible. Tri-fold rivets consist of three parts:

  1. Rivet Body: The main body of the rivet, typically made of metal like aluminum or steel. This is the part that goes through the materials being joined.

  2. Mandrel: A steel pin that runs through the center of the rivet body. The mandrel has a specific head at one end and a tail at the other.

  3. Bulb Section: The section at the tail end of the mandrel, which is shaped like a bulb or three-pronged washer. This bulb section creates a larger bearing surface on the blind side of the workpiece when the rivet is installed.

Klamp-Tite Folding Rivets - How to Install Lab.   

The installation process of a Klamp Tite folding rivet involves inserting the rivet body into a pre-drilled hole in the materials to be joined. Once the mandrel is pulled from the opposite side using a specialized rivet gun or tool, it deforms the rivet body, creating a strong, permanent joint.

Klamp Tite rivets are commonly used in automotive, aerospace, construction, and various manufacturing industries where the joint needs to be secure without direct access to both sides of the workpiece. They offer advantages like high shear and tensile strength, vibration resistance, and are easy to install with standard riveting equipment.

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