High Quality Riveting Tools Allow You To Take The DIY Approach

Riveting Tools

It can be expensive to repair trucks, trailers and golf carts. If you know a little about mechanics and are comfortable doing things on your own, it could be more affordable to invest in high quality riveting tools that will let you do the work on your own.

Top Companies Providing Riveting Tools

There are a number of great manufacturers known for providing reliable and affordable riveting tools, and you will be able to purchase all of them from Global Parts, Inc. with confidence that you are getting the best prices possible.

Some of the companies you will finding on the site include:

  • Gesipa
  • Powerbird
  • Accubird

Gesipa has created the FireBird, which is largely considered one of the top riveting tools. You can definitely get a significant amount of use out of this one. The FireBird 14.4 Volt Rivet Nut Tool comes complete with a metal carrying case. It has traction power of 13,000 N and a working stroke of 5.5 mm. It uses a DC motor drive, and includes several different wrenches, a one threaded mandrel and nose piece, as well as a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. There is also a charger that provides you with a 60 minute charge time.

The Firebird riveting tool is a great pick

Why Rivet?

Riveting provides a permanent connection between two components. The rivet is used as a joint within a bored hole that is made first. It is then formed on one or both ends depending upon the overall function.

There are different kinds of rivets and riveted joints that can be made. Some of the most common materials for the rivets include steel, aluminum, brass, and copper. Each of the types of rivets have their own benefits, including:

  • Button head: Ideal for fixed and closed joints and have a strong clamping effect
  • Countersunk head: Ideal for when surface cannot be uneven due to rivet
  • Oval head countersunk: Used when the surface is rough and there are no demands for an even surface
  • Boiler construction: Similar to a button head rivet, only using a conical shank. Ideal for when bore holes are not quite accurate
  • Explosive: Used when component is accessible from one sight only. Explosive charge widens the rivet shank

Understanding the type of rivet you want to make will make it easier to ensure you purchase riveting tools that can do what you want to do so that timely repairs can be made.

Investing in Riveting Tools

The riveting tools we offer at Global Parts, Inc. are high-end and commonly used for riveting trailers and boats, although we have had customers use them on cars as well. These are sold at the lowest allowed prices, and we are stocking from all of the top companies. Learn more about what we have to offer, and our commitment to helping every step of the way, by contacting us today.