The Domed Head rivet is the most commonly used style. With twice the diameter of the rivet body, the dome head has enough bearing surface to retain all but extremely soft or brittle materials.
Countersunk rivets are used where a flush surface is desired. Proper holes must be drilled with a recess to allow the countersunk rivet to fit flush.
Large Flange rivets have twice the under-head bearing surface of comparable dome head rivets. This makes them ideal for applications where soft or brittle materials are joined to a rigid backing.
|Rivet Number||Grip Range||Barrel Length (L)|
|41||.020 - .062||.212|
|42||.063 - .125||.275|
|43||.126 - .187||.337|
|44||.188 - .250||.400|
|44 Long||.188 - .250||.400|
|45||.251 - .312||.462|
|46||.313 - .375||.525|
|48||.376 - .500||.650|
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