Automatic air-powered riveter specially designed to perform common riveting tasks on steel and aluminium in modern body shops,including self-piercing rivets and standard flow form rivets.
The user can manually adjust the actuator speed as well as rivet pressure according to the metal used in order to avoid panel distortion.
Maximum pressure of 10 tonnes with an integrated pressure gauge. Fast and easy arm change. C-arm swivels 360° around the riveting machine axle. Selection of arms available for difficult access situations. Easy to use ergonomic handle and trigger.
Boasting over 30 years of expertise in automobile repair and training equipment, we understand how to use our GYSPRESS 10T effectively. We employ this tool when delivering BS10125 training at customer sites, in addition to servicing and calibrating all types of SPR rivet tools.
Q1: What Is a Self Piercing Rivet Tool
A1: A Self Piercing Riveter (SPR) is a specialised tool used in the automotive and manufacturing industries for joining two or more layers of material together without the need for pre-drilled holes. It works by using hydraulic or pneumatic pressure to force a specially designed rivet through the layers of metal, creating a secure and permanent connection. Self Piercing Rivets can be used to join different materials together including plastics to metal, steel to steel or aluminium to steel.
Q2: What Are the Advantages of Using Self Piercing Riveters?
A2: Using Self Piercing Riveters offers several advantages in various industries.
Improved structural integrity: SPRs create strong and durable joints that enhance the overall strength and integrity of the assembled components.
Enhanced efficiency: These riveters are fast and precise, reducing assembly time and labor costs.
Material savings: Since SPRs eliminate the need for pre-drilled holes, there is less material waste, leading to cost savings and environmental benefits.
Able to join different materials.
Easy to use and install
Q3: What Types of Materials Can Self Piercing Riveters Join?
A3: Self Piercing Riveters are versatile tools capable of joining various materials commonly used in manufacturing and construction.
Metals: SPRs are primarily used for joining metal sheets, including steel, aluminum, and stainless steel.
Composites: They can also be used to join composite materials in industries such as aerospace.
Plastics: Some SPRs are designed for plastic joining applications, although their use in plastic welding is less common.
- Maximum pressure of 10 tonnes with an integrated pressure gauge.
- Fast and easy arm change.
- C-arm swivels 360° around the riveting machine axle.
- Selection of arms available for difficult access situations. Easy to use ergonomic handle and trigger.
- The magnetic die makes rivet positioning easy.
Pressure: 10 Tonne
2 die keys
1 arm HR1S
1 handle for arm - 1 box of rivets