Note that the rivnut is threaded all the way up until it contacts the
body of the tool.
Frame three shows the actual installation process. Our tool requires an open-end wrench to hold the body of the tool while a
hex key (Allen wrench) is used to turn the threaded portion. Turning the hex key will draw the rivnut up to its installed condition.
Frame four shows how a properly installed rivnut looks when
compared to the one above it that has not yet been installed. Once
the rivnut is installed you simply thread your fastener in, just like
any other anchor nut.
In Frame five you see what’s happening when you install the rivnut. As the installation tool is turned, it draws the rivnut body toward the tool. The rivnut body starts to bulge, and then is pulled
against the back side of the surface where it is being installed.
The result is a tightly installed rivnut that will not turn when the
fastener is threaded in. When you need an anchor nut in a tight
location, a rivnut is just the ticket.
Hand-held radio for illustration only. Not included with combo. HEADSET / INTERCOM COMBO MILITARY HEADSET ADAPTERS
Sigtronics Combo Sets include a voice activated
intercom, two headsets, and a high quality bag
that will hold them all.
The Panel Mount Combo includes our
high performance Sport 200 intercom
and either two S- 20 articulating mic
boom or two S- 58 flex mic boom
The Portable Combo has our SPO-22N
high noise environment battery powered
intercom and the same option in
Military Headset Adapters
Changes the signal levels and impedances of military
headsets and helmets to work with general aviation
Available with U-174/U or General Aviation plugs.
Sigtronics products designed and manufactured in the U. S. A.
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