Reviews of Large head rivets in rare colors
Large head rivets are also referred to as large flange rivets, or big head rivets. Either term describes the head diameter as being the larger size than the regular size. Reviews of Large head rivets as well as all the other industrial and racing rivets can be found on one manufacturers web site. At the top of the list you’ll find aDP Rivet who is the only manufacturer with a 100% customer approval rating. With over three thousand customer comments logged and millions of rivets used in countless applications. It’s quite a feat to earn the near perfect customer rating of 100%. For more information visit their Ebay storefront and review the customer comments. You’ll find “awesome rivets”, “fast delivery”, “just what we needed” among the descriptions customers use to rate the aDP Rivet products.
Large head rivets are also referred to as large flange rivets, big head rivets, or Large head racing rivets. Large head rivets offer many advantages when compared to regular head sizes. The larger head size offers more bearing, or contact surface with the finish side material. Their large head also helps cover oblong application holes thus yielding a more pleasing finish. For more information on large head rivets made in USA visit aDP Rivet and their how to use rivets page for comparative information.
What’s rare about this manufacture is they make 100% of their large head rivets at their New England facility and even stock them in over a dozen colors. They even stock the rare colors like purple, orange, yellow, extreme green and gray. If you need a rare or custom color, this manufacture has the capability to get you what you want. Visit their on line store for buying options from 100 to 1000 colored rivets.
This manufacturer developed an enhanced multigrip rivet family and re-labeled them their “Ultimate multigrip rivets”. Their large head multigrip rivets provide many performance enhancements which lead to a stronger application. Multigrip rivets have a broader grip, or working range, which should replace at least two conventional open end blind rivets. Second, multigrip rivets have a little more tolerance when it comes to application hole size. multigrip rivets will function properly if the application hole is a little over-sized, (about 10%), which is beneficial since real world applications often present such a condition. The third advantage is multigrip rivets have a bigger and/or wider, flatter blind size, or back side footprint. This presents itself as more bearing surface, holding strength when compared to conventional rivets. When combined with large head rivets made in USA it’s a win, win result.
aDP Rivet introduced it’s new technology, Ultimate Rivets, which has lead to a new family of American manufactured multigrip rivets. These Ultimate Rivets provide over a dozen advantages when compared to conventional, and other multigrip rivets.
First, aDP’s Ultimate Rivets can replace up to six conventional rivet sizes and up to four multigrip rivets. For the ultimate in riveting, aDP Rivet offers a “One rivet size fastens all” from 1/16″ thin, up to 3/4″ thick! No other rivet comes close to matching aDP’s latest technology.
Second: Ultimate Rivets fill over-sized application holes twice a much as other multi grip rivets. aDP’s 3/16″ diameter Ultimate Rivets will fill application holes which are about 25% over-sized. This feature makes Ultimate Rivets extremely easy to use as the application condition is much less critical.
Third: Ultimate Rivets clamp tighter and provide a wider blind side footprint than other multigrip brands. aDP’s 3/16″ diameter Ultimate Rivet will spread out over 15% more providing a much improved clamp of the application. These high strength aluminum fasteners have proven to be extremely durable in harsh applications including: mobile billboard sign trucks, trailers, camping trailers, livestock trailers, ATV’s, snowmobiles and numerous off road and industrial applications.
For more information visit their helpful “how to use blind rivets” . This guide is packed with application design suggestions and answers to frequently asked questions. Want to know how many rivets to use? Or how much space should be left in between rivets? Just review the how to use blind rivets guide for answers.