Jay-Cee Sales & Rivet offers a vast selection of blind rivets, from common open end and closed end blind rivets to high-performance and specialty varieties like Bulbex® blind rivets and peel-type blind rivets. Follow the links below to find quality rivets for your project, request a quote, or contact us to learn more.
Read more about blind rivets below!
What is a Blind Rivet?Blind rivets, a.k.a. break stem rivets, are tubular fasteners with a mandrel through the center. Blind rivets are inserted into drilled holes, and a special tool is used to draw the mandrel through the body of the rivet. The blind end expands, and the mandrel is snapped off. Unlike solid rivets, blind rivets can be installed in joints from only one side of the part—making them “blind” to the opposite side.
Blind Hole Rivet OptionsBlind pop rivets are available in the following styles to support your unique application needs:
- Open end blind rivets
- Closed end blind rivets
- Multi-grip blind rivets
- 2-piece mate rivets
- Bulbex® blind rivets
- Gesipa® Bulb-Tite blind rivets
- Peel type blind rivets
- Anivox® blind rivets
- Interlock® structural blind rivets
- Q Rivets structural blind rivets
Blind Rivet Head Style OptionsBlind pop rivets are available in several head styles to suit your application requirements. Some of the most popular pop rivet head styles include:
- Dome Head
- Large Flange Head
- Countersunk Head
Blind Rivet Material OptionsBlind hole rivets are available in the following materials to meet your project specifications:
- Stainless Steel
What are Blind Rivets Used for?Uniquely constructed blind pop rivets are ideal for home and building applications since they can be used where other fastener products cannot. Stainless steel and aluminum blind rivet applications include:
- Structural beams
- Securing hinges
- Attaching wall & ceiling décor
- Clasping nameplates & signs
- Fastening gutters
- Attaching wind guards
How to Install Blind Hole RivetsBlind pop rivets are easily installed in three simple steps. First, insert the rivet into a hole that passes through the items to be joined. Second, insert the mandrel into the unique installation tool. Third, "set" the rivet by pulling on the mandrel, which creates a bulge that permanently and securely fastens the items. Jay-Cee carries standard and blind rivet tools and installation kits, including:
How to Safely Use Blind RivetsWhen compared to other fastener products, blind rivets are one of the safest fastener options available. However, general safety considerations should be followed when using rivets and rivet guns. Safety products such as eye protection, ear protection, and proper ventilation will discourage potential harm.
Contact Jay-Cee Sales & Rivets for Quality Rivets Today
No matter what your industry, Jay-Cee Sales & Rivet is your trusted blind rivets supplier for your application needs. We offer an extensive selection of styles in dozens of standard sizes. If you’re looking for blind rivets, look no further—if we don’t have the rivets you need, they probably don’t exist. Contact us, or request a quote today!
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