Copper Tubular Rivet is a metal product, a rod-shaped part with a cap at one end. After penetrating into the connected member, the other end is hit and pressed at the outer end of the rod to compress and fix the member. It belongs to the hollow type rivet, which is different from the hollow rivet commonly known as "corn eye", which is made by punching the pipe material by the rivet machine.
Solid copper rivets are one of the oldest and most reliable types of fasteners. Solid rivets consist simply of a shaft and head that are deformed with a hammer orrivet gun. A rivet compression or crimping tool can also deform this type of rivet.