Stainless steel rivet nut is generally a common nut used on metal instruments or thin plates. Its shape is round, with embossed teeth and guide grooves at one end. The specifications are M3, M4, M5, M6, M8, M10, M12. In our lives, M6 and M8 are generally used. This is because small threads can be directly tapped on the base material. Therefore, even though there are many specifications of stainless steel rivet nuts, their characteristics are not much different.
The principle of stainless steel rivet nuts is to press the embossed teeth into the pre-set holes of the sheet metal. Generally, the aperture of the square pre-set holes is slightly smaller than the embossed teeth of the rivet nut, and the flower teeth of the stainless steel rivet nut are squeezed into the plate by pressure. The inner causes the periphery of the hole to produce plastic deformation, and the deformation is squeezed into the guide groove, which produces a locking effect and is not easy to fall off. It is mostly used on metals with higher requirements for copper bans.
Advantages of stainless steel rivet nuts:
1. It can effectively solve the "yellow water" problem that occurs after the air conditioner shell is used for a long time, and it can also effectively eliminate the problems such as false welding.
2. Instead of flanging and tapping, the material can be thinned by 20% and energy can be saved.
3. At the same time, it also solves the problem that the flanged self-tapping screw is not firmly connected, improves its reliability, can reduce the noise caused by the loosening of the connection, and can be more reliable, practical, and convenient for maintenance.
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