Shrinkage Of Stainless Steel Rivet Nut

  • There are more and more applications of rivet nuts in all walks of life, and there are more types and styles, stainless steel rivet nut is one of them.

    Stainless steel rivet nut can be widely used in the assembly of electrical and light industrial products such as power distribution cabinets, fans, automobiles, railways, elevators, air conditioners, furniture, construction, etc. The new stainless steel rivet nut products are more favored by customers, so rivet nuts need to go further in improving product performance and strengthening after-sales services. With manufacturers all over the country today, only by breaking through the status quo and knowing how to innovate can we win the opportunity.

    A stainless steel rivet nut is widely used in the home furnishing and lighting markets. Since the stainless steel rivet nut is deformed under the condition of applying axial pressure on its two ends, the stress condition is better than the bulging shape which is applied to the radial pressure in the simple shape or the pipe material. The length of the stainless steel rivet nut will be shortened after riveting, and its shrinkage is related to its material plasticity and size. In order to prevent the bulging coefficient from exceeding the allowable value and causing cracks in the bulging, the shrinkage must be controlled.

    The same is true for rivet nut aluminium . The amount of contraction must be controlled well to prevent it from being stimulated.