What is the difference between stainless steel rivets and screws?

- May 30, 2019-

A type of fastener consisting of a head and a shank for fastening the two parts (or members) with through holes to make them integral. This type of connection is called a rivet connection, referred to as riveting. It is connected to the non-detachable. Because the two parts that are joined together are to be separated, the rivets on the part are destroyed.


The difference between rivets and screws:

1. The rivet is deformed by itself, generally one end becomes larger, and two (or more than two) parts are connected together. Usually, after riveting, if you want to split the part, destroy the rivet. When the rivet is selected, please see if the object is disassembled next time. Can it be used twice, because the rivet is spliced at once and cannot be disassembled. The rivet is free of dents, and the head is raised to prevent the object from slipping out.

2. The screw is screwed into the component body to connect the parts. Therefore, if you want to split the parts, just screw out the screws, and the screws will not be destroyed, you can use them repeatedly. In addition, the screws are detachable, and screws or screws can be used for the objects that can be used for the second time. The screws and screws are toothed. The self-tapping screws are directly drilled into the object, and the screw screws need to be used with the nut.