Rivet Bushes - Hex

About our Hex(agon) Rivet Bushes:

Hex Hank Rivet Bushes have a protruding spigot and a hexagon body; Hank Bushes also go by the name Rivet Bush and come in a range of styles from m6 Hank Bushes to Anchor Rivet Bushes.

The Hexagon Rivet Bush has a protruding spigot and a hexagon body which prevents movement after installation. They are used to provide a permanent female thread in thin or hard sheet metals without the need for welding.

How to use Hex Rivet Bushes:

A hole the same size as the spigot is drilled in the sheet material, and the sheet is placed over the Rivet Bush, with the spigot protruding and the underside of the sheet resting on the round body of the bush. The top of the spigot is then “peened” over - worked using either a hammer or a press. This creates a flange which compresses the sheet from the top, forcing it onto the serrations on the top of the round body which then bite into the sheet.

This spigot of the Hank Rivet Bush varies in length depending on the thickness of the material that is being fastened on to.

Our Rivet Bushes are available in either a round, tank or a hexagon pattern, and come in a choice of self-colour, zinc-plated or stainless steel.

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