Rivets DIN7338B



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The rivets DIN7338B are used to additionally secure the brake lining or the strip material (woven brake lining) following vulcanisation (run-off protection).

To ensure that the rivets DIN 7338B and bolts are correctly fastened, a countersunk hole must first be drilled in the brake lining. This calls for the use of a special countersink drill bit.

To correctly attach the rivets, you will require a special rivet tool!

The rivets DIN7338B are available in M6, M8 and M10 (lengths of between 20 and 70mm).

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Alternatives for rivets
An alternative for rivets DIN7338B is the use of nuts and bolts DIN936.

To ensure that the DIN963 nuts and bolts are correctly fastened, a countersunk hole must first be drilled in the brake lining. This calls for the use of a special countersink drill bit.

Rivets can be used with:

  • Brake shoes
  • Brake strips
  • Friction strips
  • Brake plates
  • General brake applications