Cordless Rivet Guns for the Professional
The recent development in Cordless technology has made battery powered riveters much more relevant! Historically break stem rivets have been installed using either a hand tool and plenty of elbow grease, or an air over hydraulic power tool. Hand tools offer simplicity and affordability where the air tools take most of the physical labor out of the job and allow the operator to install heavy duty structural rivets with ease. We now offer 3 different Battery powered Cordless Rivet guns for a wide range of different rivets and structural lockbolts. All in stock at Accufast Inc.
The Marson BT-2 is our Entry level cordless tool. Rated up to 3/16" it is manufactured by our friends at Arconic/marson and has a proven track record with a lot of great features.
Capacity: 3/32″ (2.4mm) – 3/16″ (4.8mm) Stroke: length: 0.79″ (20 mm)
Pulling Force: 1,870 lbs (850kg)
Weight with Li-on battery pack: 4.6lbs (2.1 kg) Battery pack: 14.4 V/Li-ion / 3.0 A.h Charge time: approx. 60 minutes Tool accepted: Ni-cad / NI-MH /Li-ion
The Marson BT1 is ideal for applications ranging from construction, furniture assembly, lighting fixtures, signs, trailers, and many more.
Now Secondly, for 1/4" capacity Pop, Avdel and Dewalt have put their heads together to make a heavy duty 20 volt cordless riveter for industrial use! The capabilities of this tool are truly amazing. The PB3400 Cordless Riveter.
20 Volt 4 ah Dewalt battery
brushless heavy duty electric motor
5.3 lbs total weight with battery
1000!!! 1/4 rivets per charge
faster than air riveters and longer stoke- installs long rivets with one pull
durable construction for heavy use
can be used anywhere, no need for a compressor or cumbersome air lines.
Last but not least... The all new Huck B4600 tool!
The introduction of the Huck B4600 Battery powered installation tool creates an unprecedented choice for technicians installing Huck fasteners. Until now, all of the tools available have been air over hydraulic. The B4600 is a powerful and lightweight battery powered tool, able to install 3/16 Huck bolts or up 1/4 structural rivets, while weighing only 4.5 lbs. (with battery). In comparison the Huck 2025 air tool weighs almost 6 lbs, and must always be connected to compressed air. In addition to its light weight and infinite portability the B4600 has several advantages; it is extremely smooth, creating hardly any shock as it breaks the pins, has a handy light on the barrel and is small enough to access tight areas. On the other had the 2025 is a proven tool, with excellent durability and service life.
Would you rather use the old faithful, proven air tool or the next generation battery tool?