There are many types of rivets, and different materials have different methods according to different industries.
Common rivets: semi-circular heads, flat heads, semi-tubular rivets, solid rivets, countersunk rivets, blind rivets, hollow rivets;
Special rivets: rivets;
Semi-circular head rivets are mainly used for riveting applications with large lateral loads and are the most widely used;
Semi-tubular rivets are mainly used for riveting applications with small loads;
Solid rivets connect the parts of the rivet with their own deformation or interference;
Countersunk rivets are mainly used for riveting applications where the surface must be smooth and with little load;
Heart-studded rivets are a type of rivet for single-sided riveting, but special tools must be used - rivet guns;
The hollow rivet is light in weight and weak in the nail head, and is used for riveting of non-metallic materials with little load;
Special rivets: special for inserting rivets. Divided into two parts, the thicker section of the capped rod body has a hole in the center, and the thinner part of the capped rod body has an interference fit. When riveting, push the thin rod into the thick rod.