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High-production blind rivet nut installation tool

20 September 2015

STANLEY Engineered Fastenings' POP Avdel blind rivet nut installation tool features 'pull-to-force/pull-to-stroke' dual operating technology.

These features provide added flexibility that allow operators to install a broad range of thread sizes and grip combinations, thus reducing the need for multiple tools at any given work station.

The ProSert XTN20 hydraulic-pneumatic blind rivet nut installation tool provides high speed installations, improved assembly productivity, clear and fast access to the work piece, and setting adjustments easily made in a production environment. With its quick-installation mandrel exchange system and the tool-free stroke and force setting features, changeovers are easy and installations are consistent and reliable.

Weighing just 1.59kg, including the (M6) nose-piece assembly, the ProSert XTN20 is much lighter than most comparable tools and offers the highest pull force-to-weight ratio in its class, enabling assembly operators to be more productive with less effort and fatigue.

The tool has a low-force, single-action trigger and comfortable weight balanced ergonomic handle. Additionally, a powered spin-out override button is positioned in an easily accessible location, ensuring operator safety.

Blind rivet nuts can be installed into sheet metal, tubing, extrusions, plastics, and other materials to provide strong, reliable internal threads in applications requiring assembly and disassembly. One-sided installations can be achieved in a range of thin panels of varying materials and hardness, and are ideal for close-to-edge applications.


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