GOEBEL Blind Rivets

GOEBEL BLIND RIVETS

To join two pieces of material, the body of the rivet is inserted into a pre-drilled hole, then a nail rivet tool is used to pull the top of the mandrel to expand the body, clamping the two materials together. The force of the rivet tool then pops off the mandrel, leaving behind the domed head blind rivet.

Standard blind rivets can be placed on components that are accessible on one side or on two sides.

Applications: Containers/tanks, hollow body, tubes, profiles, air ducts and many others.

Characteristics: Economical • versatile • strong • secure

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Types:

Open End “STANDARD”

 

CLOSED End “CUP”

  • Dome Head
  • CSK Head
  • LARGE FLANGE

MULTI-GRIP Blind Rivets

  • Dome Head
  • CSK Head
  • LARGE FLANGE

Semi-Structural High Strength Blind Rivets

GO-LOCK

Structural Blind Rivets

GO-LOCK

  • GO PEEL Blind Rivets 
  • Peeled rivets are extremely versatile and necessary for joining softer materials without fracturing or distortions. These are particularly suitable for uneven surfaces or where oversized holes remain after repairs.
  • Characteristics
  • Fixing the rivet creates a closing head with a large diameter • after setting the mandrel head might remain within the rivet body or might drop out • especially suitable for connections with wood, hardboard, fibreglass, plasterboard or similar • relatively soft or porous materials can be joined together with high tensile forces
  • Applications
  • Mounting of plastic, rubber, cardboard and felt elements etc.• mounting of wooden elements • construction of mobile homes • fixing of panelling and many others.
  • GO-Blind-Rivets-Peel-Dome-Head Datasheet Download