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    Alu Insert Nut Item: Alu Insert Nut Process Type: Raw material testing-cold forging-heat treatment-tapping-surface treatment-sorting-package. Material: Aluminum 6053 & 5056 Tolerance: As request or according to our drawings. Surface treatment: Polish Facility: Imported cold forging machines say 37 sets from Italy,Taiwan,some from Zhejiang,Continuous converyor type annealing furnace two sets, self-tapping…
  • Aluminum Threaded Insert
    Aluminum Threaded Insert Item: Aluminum Threaded Insert Process Type: Raw material testing-cold forging-heat treatment-tapping-surface treatment-sorting-package. Material: Aluminum 6053 & 5056 Tolerance: As request or according to our drawings. Surface treatment: Polish Facility: Imported cold forging machines say 37 sets from Italy,Taiwan,some from Zhejiang,Continuous converyor type annealing furnace two sets, self-tapping…
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    Aluminum Rivet Nut Item: Aluminum Rivet Nut Process Type: Raw material testing-cold forging-heat treatment-tapping-surface treatment-sorting-package. Material: Aluminum 6053 & 5056 Tolerance: As request or according to our drawings. Surface treatment: Polish Facility: Imported cold forging machines say 37 sets from Italy,Taiwan,some from Zhejiang,Continuous converyor type annealing furnace two sets, self-tapping…
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The old saying "Everything looks like a nail if it's hammered" is true. A threaded insert tool makes everything look different from a standard fastener. Unfortunately, one tool doesn't work for all fastener types. A threaded insert tools is needed for insert fasteners and rivet nuts. These tools are designed to install threaded inserts in different materials and for different purposes. There are many types and types of threaded Inserts. There are also many types of Threaded Insert Tools.

Understanding Threaded Ins. Sometimes called rivet nuts, threaded inserts can create a threaded hole to hold bolts or other types of threaded fasteners. There are many different shapes and sizes of threaded inserts. Some are smooth and can be installed like rivets, while others are shaped like hexagonal shapes. Once they are in place, they will not turn in the hole.

There are many styles of threaded inserts. For heavy-duty tasks such as high-strength steelworking, thick-walled inserts are available. For specialty applications, thin-walled inserts are available in a variety of shapes and sizes. Slotted-body inserts can be collapsed on the blind side of a material to create a durable joint that won’t move in the hole. You can also find stud-type inserts with a threaded shaft that protrudes from the material to accept either a nut, or a threaded fastener.

There are many types of inserts that can be installed because of the different designs.

Different types of threaded insert tools

There are so many types of threaded Inserts that there are many types of tools to use. Different types of tools employ different installation techniques to accommodate different threaded inserts. These are the most popular:

Spin-Spin tools

To screw a threaded insert in place, spin-spin tools can be used. The insert is attached to the mandrel, and then it is screwed into a hole pre-drilled. The mandrel's spin pulls the threaded insert from the blind side of material. This creates a strong connection that will not allow the hole to turn. Once the installation is completed, the tool will spin in the opposite direction.

Use Spin Pull Off Tools

The spin pull-off tools work in the same way as spin-spin instruments. The threaded insert is attached to the mandrel, and then the insert is inserted into the pre-drilled hole. The tool screws the insert in place, then applies pressure to the blindside to create a bulge.

Pull-to-Pressure Tools

The preset distance is used to set the bulge on the blindside of most threaded insert tool. The insert can be pulled to pressure using pull-to-pressure tools. This will ensure that it doesn't crack. For applications that require thin metals and hard plastics, pull to pressure is often used.

Pneumatic Rivet Nut Tool. These tools are used for heavy-duty tasks such as assembly lines or repair shops. They are fast and deliver a consistent installation, although they require a compressor to operate.Battery-Powered Threaded Insert Tools .If you need power tools with more portability, there are battery-powered threaded insert tools. These cordless tools can be used almost anywhere and at any angle to install threaded inserts. These tools are ideal for field repairs or applications that require portability. Hand-powered rivet nut insert tool. These tools have long handles which you can squeeze together to complete the job. These tools are the cheapest, but they are also slow and cumbersome. They also require strength.

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