Stainless Blind Rivets - Bulk Packs
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FASCO FASTENERStainless Blind Rivets - Bulk Packs

Prices from $15.49 - To $79.99

$15.49

In stock online.
Model # 539809 | Mfg # 1941UPC # 28836019416

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Product Overview

Can’t access the backside to through-bolt? No problem, use a rivet.

Blind rivets, also called "pop rivets" are widely used for non-critical equipment installations on masts and other structures with limited or no access to secure washers and nuts. They are ideal for installing deck lights, bimini frame brackets and much more. These rivets are constructed using 18-8 stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance and are available in commonly used diameters and grips to match the needs of a variety of projects. Installation requires special tool with appropriate die to match mandrel diameter.

NOTE: When dissimilar metals make contact, damage due to galvanic corrosion can occur. An example of this is where stainless steel screws or blind rivets are used to install hardware on to the aluminum spars of a sailboat. For installations like these, one solution is to use aluminum blind rivets for non-critical installations where the superior strength of stainless steel is not required.

Key Features

  • Allows blind installation when access to through-bolt isn’t possible
  • Ideal for installation of non-critical equipment on mast, radar towers and more
  • 18-8 stainless steel for excellent blend of strength and corrosion resistance
  • Available in commonly used diameters and grip lengths
  • Sold in different quantities to match needs of application
  • Requires the use of special tool for installation
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