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Marson Corporation offers the industry’s broadest line of blind rivet fasteners for industrial and automotive applications. Easy-to-use Marson rivets are used to fasten together two or more pieces of material of varying thicknesses. Listed below are all the blind rivet styles available from Marson, along with the materials, features, and benefits of each style.

Rivet StylesFeatures/BenefitsMaterials Available
Open End Rivets
  • For blind fastening where there is no access to opposite side of work
  • Simple to install
  • Wide variety of head styles and lengths available
  • Steel/steel
  • Aluminum/aluminum
  • Aluminum/steel
  • Stainless/stainless
  • Stainless/steel
  • Copper/brass
  • Copper/steel
Closed End Rivets
  • Moisture-resistant due to tight seal
  • Greater shear and tensile strength
  • Mandrel is retrained 100% of the time
  • Aluminum/steel
  • Aluminum/aluminum
  • Stainless/stainless
Multi-Grip Rivets
  • Extended grip range capacity
  • Reduces inventory (fewer sizes required)
  • Use as a standard open-end rivet
  • No special tools required
  • Aluminum/steel
  • Steel/steel
Q-Lok Rivets
  • Retained mandrel increases shear and tensile strength
  • Use in high vibration applications
  • Mandrel breaks flush when used in map-grid range
  • Moisture resistant due to tight seal
  • Up to 3/16" diameter
  • Use in place of other structural rivets in many applications
  • Steel/steel
Klik-Lock Rivets
  • No special nosepiece required
  • 360º mandrel locking feature
  • Vibration proof
  • Increased shear and tensile strength
  • Watertight seal
  • Available in 1/4" and 3/16" sizes
  • Steel/steel
  • Aluminum/aluminum
  • Stainless/stainless
T-Rivets Rivets
  • High clamp up
  • High shear strength
  • Creates a wide bearing surface
  • Aluminum/steel
Special Application Rivets
  • Small flange rivet used primarily for fastening decorative materials on boats, automobiles, trucks & other motor vehicles
  • Best suited to applications where a discrete, secure installation of non-critical components is needed
  • Stainless/steel
  • Aluminum/aluminum

Back Up Washers
  • Back-up washers are .056" thick
  • Use when fastening soft material or to compensate for oversize holes where access to both sides of the work is possible
  • Aluminum
  • Steel
Plastic Rivets
  • Precision-molded, all-nylon
  • Secure lock prevents pull-out
  • Fasten plastic to plastic, plastic to metal or plastic to fiberglass