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New Blind Rivet Nut Setting Tool From Bollhoff

29 January 2006

The very latest in a proven line of pneumatic tools, for setting RIVNUT® and RIVSTUD® blind fastenings, has been developed after extensive consultation with installers and introduced to the UK market by Bollhoff - the Willenhall based specialists in fastening and assembly systems.

Designated P2005, this stylish hand-held tool is operated by a single trigger movement and engineered for speed, reliability and ergonomic use. Now the operator can set up to thirty M3 -M12 RIVNUT®. blind rivet nuts in a minute. All that¹s required is an air supply of 5.5 - 7bar pressure.

The auto-mount feature quickly spins the rivet nut onto the mandrel and depressing the trigger completes the setting cycle produces 21kN force for totally consistent results, whatever the differences in operator technique. Well balanced, with a soft-feel grip, the P2005 weighs only 2.6 kg. and operates at a noise level of less than 72dB.

A rubber boot on the base of a cast metal body eliminates metal to metal contact when resting the tool. The air input connector has been moved to the side of the tool, rather than at the front, where access to the workpiece can be compromised and inadvertent contact may damage cosmetic surfaces.

An optional air baffle diverts the exhaust air away from the wrist and forearm of the operator, improving comfort in continuous operation. The robust P2005 is purposed designed to withstand the rigours of use, whether hand held or suspended from the top mounted clip and is supplied in a durable case.


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