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Technical information

RIVKLE® NEO P107 setting tools

We provide you all relevant information and assistance to our new generation of setting tools for RIVKLE® blind rivet nuts and studs.

RIVKLE® NEO P107

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FAQ

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Welcome to our FAQ section. Here you can find answers to the most common situations you may face in practice.
  • The push-pull adjustment bush is unsettled.

    Please adjust the push-pull adjustment bush.

  • These problems can cause:

    1) The traction bush is unscrewed, worn and or damaged.

    Please check the traction bush, make sure that it's securely screwed against the push-pull adjustment bush and that the o-ring on the push-pull adjustment bush is indeed present and in good condition, and check for any internal wear on the traction bush.

    2) Unsettled push-pull adjustment

    Please adjust the push-pull adjustment bush.

    3) The tool is not powered with compressed air

    Please check if the tool is correctly supplied with compressed air

  • Please check these three scenarios:

    1) The mandrel thread is worn or damaged

    Please change the mandrel. It is important to replace the mandrel frequently.

    2) Anvil poorly adjusted

    Please check and adjust the position of the anvil

    3) The blind rivet nut isn't held in the setting axis during screwing

    Please hold the blind rivet nut in the setting axis during screwing. To assist if required, engage the first thread of the blind rivet nut on the mandrel by hand.

  • Please check these four scenarios:

    1) Lack of oil in the tool

    Please refill the oil by using the filling bottled supplied

    2) The setting force is insufficient

    Please check if the setting force is correct. We recommend to check it frequently. You can find the right setting force in our RIVKLE® catalogue on page 8.

    3) Insufficient compressed air pressure

    Please check the service pressure.

    4) Application thickness incompatible with the choosen RIVKLE® blind rivet nut

    Please check that the thickness of your application is compatible with the choosen blind rivet nut.

  • These could be the reasons:

    1) Lack of oil in the tool

    Please refill the oil by using the filling bottled supplied

    2) Insufficient compressed air pressure

    Please check the service pressure.

    3) The blind rivet nut isn’t compatible with the tool’s maximum stroke

    Please check that your RIVKLE® NEO P107 tool is compatible with the choosen blind rivet nut

  • Please check these points:

    1) Insufficient compressed air pressure

    Please check the service pressure.

    2) Lack of oil in the tool

    Please refill the oil by using the filling bottled supplied.

    3) Broken pneumatic motor

    Please disconnect the compressed air supply, then check the motor by turning the mandrel.

    4) The setting force is too high

    Please check if the setting force is correct. We recommend to check it frequently. You can find the right setting force in our RIVKLE® catalogue on page 8.
     

  • Please check the following points:

    1) The setting force is too high

    Please check if the setting force is correct. We recommend to check it frequently. You can find the right setting force in our RIVKLE® catalogue on page 8.

    2) Blind rivet nut tapping or mandrel thread damaged

    Please change the mandrel. We recommend to replace the mandrel frequently.

    3) Insufficient compressed air pressure

    Please check the service pressure.

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