Blue Pneumatic Power Spin Rivet Nut Tool BP-350Qc

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Part# 12-03432
MFR Model# BP-350QC


Now with new swiveling air inlet and ergonomic composite handle. Technology and production techniques make this tool possible. This rivet nut tool is designed to fill the gap between the hand tool and the "big" high end production spin-pull tools. It offers a solution that is powerful, fast and affordable. It is durable and reliable, perfect for everyday production applications. The spin-spin action places Rivet Nuts ranging from 1/4-20, 5/16-18, 3/8-16 and M6, M8, and M10 in steel and aluminum. It has a quick change nose assembly that easily snaps on and off to change to desired nutsert sizes. It has a teasing, reversible throttle for precise control. Operates at 360 rpm. Recommended operating air pressure is 85-110 psi. Weight 2.8 lbs.

Part includes nose assembly, make selection at time of order.
Nose assembly sizes: 8-32, 10-24, 1/4-20, 5/16-18, 3/8-16



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Q: Is a new nose cone require for each size mandrel? or Is one compatible with multiple mandrels Ie m6 and 1/4 bolts?

Each thread size has its own nose assembly. Nose assemblies are sold separately.

Q: What is the clearance required around the chuck for installing rivet nuts into tubs? Or is there a smaller diameter extension?

The diameter of the chuck is about 2" and it could go about 4" into a channel. There is not an extension for this.

Q: Is this a pull type tool or does it simply collapse the rivet by spinning the center bolt?

This is a spin type.

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