RiveDrill™ — the Drill Attachment that Converts Cordless, Electric and Pneumatic Drills into Blind Rivet or Rivet Nut Guns


S-B Industries recently introduced an innovative new series of tools that easily and conveniently converts standard drill equipment into power riveters. The new RiveDrill™ patented drill attachments fit onto any 3/8" reversible corded or cordless power drill as simply as any standard drill bit, instantly turning the drill into a power blind riveter. Available in three models (the RT120HP for heavy duty blind rivets, RT110 for blind rivets and the NT850 for rivet nuts), the RiveDrill offers many benefits compared to manual riveting tools. For example, the RiveDrill allows an operator to set up to 14 rivets per minute — twice as many rivets or rivet nuts as a manual tool. And since it requires just 6.6 pounds of pressure to operate, compared to 77.2 pounds for hand tool operation, the RiveDrill causes far less stress to the operator’s hand. The RiveDrill is able to set a full range of blind rivets and rivet nuts, and easily expels the rivet mandrel when the drill is operated in the “reverse” mode. For rivet nuts, the threaded screw mandrel is revoked from the fastener by the same method. The one-of-a-kind RiveDrill is portable, lightweight and easy to use, making it the perfect choice for light to medium-duty service in a wide variety of industries, including automotive, small aircraft and boat repair, as well as general facility maintenance and repair.


• Drill Types - Cordless, Electric, Pneumatic • Nosepieces included - 8-32, 10-24, 10-32, 1/4-20 • Hex drive - .315" (8mm) • Capabilities - 6-32 thru 10 steel flanged head rivet nuts • Weight - .838 lbs.(380 grams) • Length - 5.90 in. (150 mm) • Diameter - 2.36 in. (60mm) • Minimum Battery recommended for cordless tool - 12 V

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This is one of the best things I bought for myself. I do a bit of riveting, and was no longer able to do this manually for any period of time. What a time (and effort) saver this thing is. The inventor is a genius!. You need to follow the directions exactly for it to work - you need a variable, reversible drill. Then you just drill a hole for the size of your rivet, (it is best working with 2 drills, so that you are not constantly removing and re-inserting the rivedrill into your drill) then put the rivet into the rivedrill, insert the rivet into the hole you have drilled, and run your drill in reverse. The rivet is installed. Easy peasy. Then run the drill in forward, and the remaining stalk of the rivet drops out. It is so effortless that it's incredible. I HIGHLY recommend this, although, to be honest, I have purchased this at less than the purchase price listed here today.