Guide to Choosing Common Rivets: Threaded Inserts
These are the blind rivets to use when you need a fast, low-cost way to add load-bearing threads to weak or thin materials. Suited for stamped or drilled holes, they will not damage tubes where there’s no access to blindsides or surface coatings like paint. Available in open and closed ends, if preventing dirt or fluid entry is important to you. Body styles include round, splined, square, and hexagonal. Materials include steel, stainless steel, and aluminum in a variety of finishes. Install them with automated or hand tools.
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Inserts designed to provide load-bearing threads in thin sheet materials. For hard metric hole sizes.
Thin Sheet Nutsert®
Inserts designed to provide load-bearing threads in thin sheet materials.
Steel or aluminum inserts are designed to provide load-bearing threads in thin sheet materials.
Euro Hexsert® / Hexsert®
Inserts with a hexagonal body, providing high torque-to-turn and pull-out performance.
High Strength Hexsert®
Provides clamp force comparable to weld nuts and clinch nuts in high torque applications.
Steel, inserts with a square body, providing very high torque-to-turn and pull-out performance.
Wide grip range threaded insert, which provides an extra-large blind side bearing area when placed.
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