New BRALO battery riveting tool 27 June 2022

BRALO has introduced the new BT-20 professional battery riveting tool, which can set a wide range of rivets and has been designed for the most demanding applications in the market.

The BT-20 battery riveter has capacity for standard, Versagrip, Hardrip, Hardlock, G-bra, Structural and S-Trevol rivets from 2.4mm to 7.8mm, which BRALO points out makes it ideal for assembly lines and professional environments, and also for those applications where portability and performance are a must.

The tool is designed for the most demanding industries, which require high durability of the riveting tool and reliability in their parts. The riveter also combines portability and reliability, thus adapting to the needs of customers. It features high-speed and power for high-level professional work, as well as a high durability and ergonomic design to provide greater user comfort.

The BT-20 also features a stroke of 25mm; a work pressure of 19,600N; a long-lasting brushless motor; and is fitted with an LED light for better visibility. More than 40 nosepieces to cover all customer needs – such as retaining nozzles, long nozzles and façade nozzles– also feature, along with a transparent mandrel collector for quick emptying.

BRALO S.A offers solutions in fastening systems and is characterised by being a company of technological innovation, as well as offering a customised service. Offering a wide range of rivets with twelve categories, five families of nuts and a wide variety of special parts and riveting tools, BRALO’s quality standards are based on ISO 9001 and IATF-16949, as well as ISO 14001.

“At BRALO we work together with the customer for the customised design of special stamping parts, where we offer different materials, sizes and finishes to achieve the ideal product,” comments the company.
Claire Aldridge Deputy Editor t: +44 (0) 1727 743 889

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