Posts Tagged ‘Rivet nut tool’

How to Adjust the Power on a Spin-Spin Rivet Nut Tool

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

For the ideal rivet nut placements, you should be comfortable adjusting the power on your Spin-Spin rivet nut tool. To guide those who are having difficulty in managing this, here is a quick outline of the necessary steps.

How to Adjust the Power on a Spin-Spin Rivet Nut Tool

1.            Find the air regulator that is included with your rivet nut tool.

2.            Spin it onto the bottom of the rivet nut tool.

3.            Connect the air nipple to your tool.

4.            Twist the air regulator to control the power to the tool.

Note: As with most rivet nut tools, refrain from double stroking as this may damage the tool.

That’s it—very simple. Be sure not to lose the included air regulator if you want to avoid headaches later on.

With the proper power, your riv nut tool will become your best friend for all your installation projects. As with our other tutorials found on the blog, we have shot a video tutorial on this same process so that we are 100% clear on what you need to do to have the correct tool power.

We hope this blog helped you, and are happy to answer any other riveting questions. For even more in-depth information on how to use riveting tools, be sure to check out the rest of our blog.

Video Demo-BP-350Qc (600Qc, 2000Qc and 200Bc) Spin-Spin Rivet Nut Tool

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

Now with new swiveling air inlet and ergonomic composite handle. Technology and Production techniques makes this tool possible. This rivet nut tool is designed to fill the gap between the hand tool and the “big” high end production spin-pull tools. It offers a solution that is powerful, fast and affordable. It is durable and reliable, perfect for everyday production applications.

The spin-spin action places Rivet Nuts ranging from 1/4-20, 5/16-18, 3/8-16 and M6, M8, and M10 in steel and aluminum. It has a quick change nose assembly that easily snaps on and off to change to desired rivet nut sizes (BP-200Bc has B style nose assembly).

For more information go to http://www.bluepneumatic.com/rivetnut.html

It used to be…I love it but how much?

Friday, June 20th, 2008

It used to be… Wow that tool puts in nutserts that fast and easy?  Well how much are they?

The aswer was: aaaah well they’re about  $1000.00 each. Of coarse  there would be a pause and then a “well it is cool but I have a hand tool”.

Now…. It goes like this: Thats awsome(check out the video to see for youself), how much? Answer: Well, they used to be #$%@#, and now they are…(smiley face<see you local distributor for deatails>). “I can’t afford not to have one”. And the rest is history.

The moral of the story is: There is no reason that any shop that uses even a few nutserts/rivetnuts at a time should be without this “Must Have” tool.

 

Video Demo-BP60c Spin-Pull-Spin Rivet Nut Tool

Thursday, June 19th, 2008

The BP-60 and BP-60c offer the best overall global value when it comes to Rivet Nut tools.

The BP-60c Empowers everyone. It offers benefits that suit the distributor and the end user. Blue pneumatic has successfully developed a product that is affordable, durable and beautifully designed. Most importantly, offers the smoothest and most effortless operation

For more information go to http://www.bluepneumatic.com/rivetnut.html