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Two Little Knowledge About Rising Rivet Nuts


Rivet nuts are made of stainless steel and are a kind of self clinching fasteners. It can be said that there are great advantages in all aspects of manufacture, use or processing. Therefore, although the cost of stainless steel as the raw material for the expansion rivet nut is relatively high, and the cycle life is relatively short, in the solution of the expansion rivet nut, But still belong to the more economical one.

1. Questions about the stainless steel magnetism of flare-in nuts

If stainless steel is used as the main raw material for rivet nuts, it is necessary to understand the magnetic properties of stainless steel itself. Stainless steel is generally considered non-magnetic, but in fact, austenitic series materials may appear certain magnetism after certain processing techniques, but it is not correct to think that magnetism is the standard for judging the quality of Stainless Steel Rivet Nuts. precise.

When choosing rivet nuts, whether the stainless steel material is magnetic or not can not explain its quality. In fact, some chromium-manganese stainless steels are stainless steels that are not magnetic. Chromium-manganese stainless steel in Stainless Steel Rivet Nuts cannot replace the use of 300 series stainless steel, especially in high-medium corrosive working environments.

2. Application of nickel element in rivet nuts

In the process of using stainless steel as raw material, rivet nuts used to rely more on the use of nickel element. However, the price of rivet nuts has also been greatly affected by the rise in the global price of nickel elements. In order to alleviate the cost pressure and improve the competitiveness of rivet nuts, the manufacturers of rivet nuts specially searched for alternative materials and produced low-nickel stainless steel rivet nuts. We also have self clinching nuts on sale, if you are interested, please contact us.

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