We will use some tools when installing the countersunk head rivet nut , so what tools will be used at a specific time?
The drill bit is the first tool required to install the rivet nut in the substrate. The size of the rivet nut indicates the size of the drill bit required to drill a hole in the material. Due to the strict tolerances of the rivet nut, precise size holes are required to ensure that the rivet nut will not loosen after installation. Each rivet nut has a hole required to ensure a tight installation and cannot replace the size of the drill bit. The drill holes and rotates the drill bit during the drilling process. The variable speed drill motor allows the installer to change the speed of the drill bit, which is a valuable asset that hardens when drilling harder materials. Work hardening will cause the end of the drill bit to passivate, glow and eventually melt before it has a chance to drill through the substrate. When the work-hardened area cools, it will be difficult for the installer to insert the rivet nut in the drilled hole. After drilling a hole of the correct size in the material, another special tool is needed to fix the nut in the substrate.
The installation of countersunk head rivet nut requires tools, so naturally the above tools are also needed when installing blind rivet nut .