video corpo
  • Products
  • Catalogues
  • Projects
  • News & Trends
  • Exhibitions

POP Blind Riveting Systems - 68 Pages

  1. P. 1

  2. P. 2

  3. P. 3

  4. P. 4

  5. P. 5

  6. P. 6

  7. P. 7

  8. P. 8

  9. P. 9

  10. P. 10

  11. P. 20

  12. P. 30

  13. P. 40

  14. P. 50

  15. P. 60

Catalogue excerpts

POP ® POP ® Rivets POP® Rivets have developed from their inception over 100 years ago and now include a vast range of high quality fasteners and setting tools that will meet the needs of your demanding manufacturing process. The POP® range now includes soft setting rivets and rivets with superior clamping performance and grip range capabilities. Available in Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Copper & Nickel Copper alloy, POP® Rivets have become the standard throughout the industry. If it doesn’t say POP®, it’s not the orginal. Hand Tools The POPSet® Hand Tool range has been designed to offer...

 Open the catalogue to page 2

POP ® Table of Contents Domed Head A Complete Range of Blind Riveting Products and Technical Information Body Style Body Material Mandrel Material Large Flange Countersunk Head Style Page 5052 Aluminum Aluminum l l l 14-16 5056 Aluminum Steel l l l 16-19 C1006-C1010 Steel Steel 300 Series Stainless Steel Stainless Steel 300 Series Stainless Steel Steel 110 Copper Steel Nickel Copper Alloy Steel 5056 Aluminum Steel C1006-C1010 Steel Steel Soft Set 1100 Aluminum Aluminum Micro 5154 Aluminum Steel 1100 Aluminum Aluminum 5052 Aluminum Steel 5052 Aluminum Stainless Steel Open End Easy Entry Multi-GripTM...

 Open the catalogue to page 3

POP ® The POP® rivet installation sequence is simple. 1. Place the mandrel of the POP® rivet into the nosepiece of the setting tool. 2. Insert the POP® rivet body through the hole of the materials to be fastened. 3. Pull the trigger of the setting tool. The POP® Rivet body clamps the materials together and expands to form a secondary head on the blind side of the joint. The mandrel breaks at a pre-determined force. 4. The materials are now fastened together. Page 4 EMHART TEKNOLOGIES • 4 Shelter Rock Lane, Danbury, CT 06810 • Tel. (877) EMHART-1 • Fax: (800) 225-5614 •

 Open the catalogue to page 4

POP ® Rivet Usage Guide The POP® rivet range has been designed to meet the needs of a wide variety of industry requirements. The technical features and setting characteristics of each range are suitable for many different applications. An overview of typical rivet usage is shown here. General Industry ✔ Low load bearing ✔ Multiple thicknesses ✔ Irregular holes Open End General purpose rivet Multi-GripTM General purpose Multi-Grip rivet accomodates a wide grip range Multi-GripTM General purpose Multi-Grip rivet accomodates a wide grip range LS (Load Spreading) Load spreading rivet ideal for use...

 Open the catalogue to page 5

POP ® Rivet Types Open End General purpose rivet available in a wide range of materials and head styles. Suitable for applications with normal load bearing requirements. Easy Entry Easy Entry rivets line up odd shaped or misaligned holes in multiple sheets of material to make production easier and faster. Soft Set Soft-Set rivets incorporate a body and mandrel made from special aluminum alloys and are designed for soft or brittle materials. Micro With a 2.0mm diameter and a low head height for tight spaces and low secondary side protrusion, the Micro rivet is ideal for PCB’s and thin sheet metal...

 Open the catalogue to page 6

POP ® Rivet Materials POP® Rivets are available in Steel, Stainless Steel, Nickel Copper Alloy (Monel) Copper and several grades of Aluminum to meet the requirements of a wide variety of applications. Rivet Material Selection Generally the rivet selected should have the same physical and mechanical properties as the components to be joined. Aluminum – 1100 Commercially pure aluminum for extremely soft or brittle materials; for lower shear/tensile requirements Aluminum – 5052 Best used where higher shear & tensile is required; good corrosion resistance Aluminum – 5056 Best used where higher shear...

 Open the catalogue to page 7

Rivet Head Styles Head Styles POP® Rivets are available with the following flange configurations: Domed Head Standard low profile head, suitable for most applications. Large Flange For use where thin, brittle, soft or vulnerable materials are fastened. Provides large bearing surface on primary side and ideal for covering enlarged holes or slots. With a 120s head design, used wherever a flush Customer Specific Solutions* We support the design and application needs of our customers through highly skilled and experienced application and design engineers. If you require a rivet with a special feature...

 Open the catalogue to page 8

POP ® Rivet Finishes Finishes POP® Rivets in Steel are supplied with Zinc and Clear passivation as standard. Steel, Stainless Steel and Copper components all meet the RoHS directive and are mercury free. POP® Rivets in Nickel Copper are supplied zinc plated. There are a wide variety of other finishes also available for aesthetic and environmental needs including:- Xylan, Anodization & Zinc Nickel. We offer the complete color palette of paint finishes. We can also match your application to a paint color if required. Please contact Emhart Customer Service. Special finishes are subject to minimum...

 Open the catalogue to page 9

POP ® Design Guidelines These illustrations provide a graphic representation of the rivet selection factors to be considered and described in greater detail in the accompanying text. Rivet Terminology/Nomenclature 1. Hole size Hole size can be important in blind riveting. Too small a hole will, of course, make rivet insertion difficult. Too large a hole will reduce the shear and tensile strengths. It may also cause bulging or separation of the members by allowing the rivet to expand between them instead of only on the blind side. (Best practice is to follow the hole size recommendations provided)....

 Open the catalogue to page 10

Design Guidelines The material that follows will provide a useful planning guide for most applications. In addition, we offer the services of our engineering staff to help with unusual requirements. Some of the variables to consider are: • Joint type, configuration, thickness and material • Hole size • Tool access • Rivet size, material and spacing • Hole type Thin & Thick Assembling secondary head against the thicker and therefore stronger material. Where the head must be set against the thinner material, consider using washer when using Open End rivets. POP brand open end rivets aluminum stock...

 Open the catalogue to page 11

All STANLEY Engineered Fastening catalogues and technical brochures

  1. Taptite 2000

    12 Pages

  2. Torx Plus

    16 Pages

  3. NeoSpeed

    4 Pages

  4. Octolok imperial

    4 Pages

  5. Lockbolt Systems

    96 Pages

  6. SAT Catalog EFS

    180 Pages

  7. ProSert XTN20

    2 Pages

  8. 734 AV? Series

    6 Pages

  9. Spiralock Fastener

    19 Pages

  10. HeliCoil

    40 Pages

  11. QA Socket Trays

    2 Pages


Archived catalogues