It’s what’s inside that counts!

What matters are the characteristics of the material and the mechanics inside the tool. If you use rivets often, you should choose a tool with a high-quality chuck jaw mechanism, which requires less pressure and is more durable than simple riveting pliers.

Find the right

riveting tool

in three easy steps!

We can recommend the perfect riveting tool for you!

  1. How often do you use rivets?
  2. What do you rivet?
  3. Do you need a particular product feature?

1. How often do you use rivets? 

Household repairs

e. g.:

  • leather handbag handles
  • leather belts
  • toys
  • garden furniture
  • decorations

Craftsmanship

e. g.:

  • aluminium boxes
  • suitcases
  • leather chairs
  • protective plates
  • signs
  • perimeter advertising

Frequent professional use on construction sites or in workshops

e. g.:

  • car bodywork
  • aluminium, steel or copper plates
  • decorative mouldings
  • guttering
  • roofing shingles
  • vehicle spoilers
  • metal covers
  • aluminium partition walls

2. What do you rivet?

When joining metals, workpieces and rivets should be made of the same material to avoid contact corrosion. Novus offers aluminium (A), steel (S) and copper (C) riveting materials.

3. Do you need a particular product feature?

Some riveting tools have special features for specific applications, such as a 360°pivoting head.

Riveting pliers summary

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