Aluminium, Stainless Steel & Other Rivets

Exceptionally high strength rivets

Renowned for their durability and reliability, rivets are highly sought after by engineers, mechanics and specialists in a range of industries, from vehicle repair to construction machinery manufacturing.

As seekers and stockists of the finest hardware in Australia, Ovesco is proud to offer an exceptional range of rivets for your next project. Manufactured out of lightweight aluminium, durable steel, high-strength copper or even aluminium-sealed steel, you’ll find Marson button head, countersunk and large flange rivets in various sizes. 

Browse our range of high-quality rivets and discover the ideal solution for your needs. Get in touch for further information and experience-backed advice.


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Why choose us?

Australia’s leading supplier of hardware

Ovesco has been built on selection and service. We take pride in being able to offer product solutions for any issue in the industrial and transport sectors. Better yet, we have the experience to offer qualified advice across the broad selection of items we supply. We know what it takes to meet your expectations.

4000 items

We have over 4000 high quality product lines available in hundreds of different categories.

20 years

We have over 20 years of experience servicing businesses in industrial and transport.

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How we meet customer expectations

Our staff are highly experienced tradespeople from an array of fields and offer reliable advice for all solutions in the industrial and transport sectors. Contact us by phone or send through an email enquiry and one of our qualified staff will contact you back to assist with the right solution.

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How to remove rivets?

Removing rivets can be done with a few basic tools and careful technique. Start by drilling a small hole into the centre of the rivet head using a drill bit slightly smaller than the rivet's diameter. This weakens the head and allows it to be easily removed. Next, switch to a larger drill bit and bore into the rivet until the head comes off. If there's a remaining shank, use a punch or a chisel to knock it through the hole.


How do rivets work?

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