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Welcome To Our Rivets Collection

RivetLab® is your go-to specialist for all types of high-performance Rivets. These include the Gesipa® Bulb-Tite, Rivlok® & Bulblok® Structural Rivets. We also carry Multi-Grip Rivets and Tri-Fold Rivets.

We cater to various materials such as aluminium, steel, and stainless steel (316 stainless steel is available for some rivets), spanning sizes from 3.2mm (1/8") to 9.5mm (3/8"). Additionally, we offer diverse head styles, including large flange, dome head, and countersunk, ensuring suitability for every application.

Wholesale Pricing and Stock

At RivetLab, we choose premium rivets and offer them at wholesale prices without compromising quality. We keep a substantial stock on hand for your convenience. If you require a larger quantity, feel free to reach out to our sales team, and we'll endeavour to accommodate your budget as best as we can.

Rivets Installation

Rivets are installed using a manual POP rivet gun, a battery/cordless rivet gun, or an air rivet gun. The installation process is as follows:

  • Check the specifications of the rivet you are installing and choose a drill bit that matches the hole size specification. For this information, refer to the rivet’s data sheet.
  • Drill a hole through the materials to be joined.
  • Insert the rivet mandrel into the tool. Make sure you have the correct nosepiece fitted.
  • Insert the rivet body into the hole.
  • Cycle the tool. The jaw mechanism of the tool grips and pulls the mandrel through the rivet body and breaks the mandrel when the rivet is set.

Rivets Removal

Blind Rivets are designed for a permanent joint of materials. However, they can be removed:

  • Use a pin punch to remove the mandrel.
  • Choose a drill bit to match the diameter of the installed rivet.
  • Drill through the head of the rivet to remove the rivet body and, in turn, remove the rivet head.

Contact our knowledgeable sales team for technical guidance in selecting the optimal Rivets for your project. Alternatively, explore our blog post "Five Elements to Consider When Selecting the Most Suitable Rivets" for advice on making the right choice.