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S/S Stainless Steel Rivets
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Are these 316 Stainless?

Asked on 05/17/2012 by Fred P

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Aloha, Although I cannot tell you with certainty that these are 316 stainless or not, I can assure you that they are the quality ones. I used these on my boat that I use exclusiveky in the ocean and have no problem with corrosion or rust as experienced with lesser grade stainless steels. They are very shiny and durable. Box has no markings to indicate grade.

Answered on 05/17/2012 by STEVEN TOWER
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yes.

Answered on 05/18/2012 by Howard Potter

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Hey Fred...I don't know, but they are non-magnetic.. unlike some other grades of cheap chinese ss that responds to a magnet. I used them on my ss railing on my boat, and they worked well and remained rust free in a salt water environment. Hope this helps. Dave

Answered on 05/17/2012 by DAVE LOUCKS

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I really don't know but after 2 years they show no sign of rust. I'm thinking they must be at least 316 maybe even 320. what does the manufacturer claim?

Answered on 05/18/2012 by RAYMOND TRUITT
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Is the mandrel of the rivet also stainless steel? Can they be used with a standard rivet tool or is a special tool needed?

Asked on 04/03/2018 by Jim from Toledo, Ohio

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the mandrel is also stainless steel. You can use a standard rivet tool.

Answered on 05/31/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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Any standard rivet gun will work.

Answered on 04/04/2018 by barrylab
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I only need a dozen (12) or so... no 500 of them.... do you have small package???

Asked on 08/01/2016 by Undisclosed

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Buy some extra. They are cheep enough and these are the ones with the S/S shanks. You may need them again some day.

Answered on 08/01/2016 by DAN SECOR
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do you have 316 stainless rivets 3/16, min .65 in length...can't tell what kind of stainless your standard rivets are made from?

Asked on 06/19/2013 by michael church

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michael: No telling what alloy the pop rivets are but I'm not sure why it matters. I have been using them for +20 years from Jamestown and they never rust or corrode. The most important thing with an on-line order is that these have stainless shafts. Not so with all suppliers.

Answered on 06/20/2013 by DAN SECOR
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