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  • Description: Rivets
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    • Uses of explosive rivets

    • Explosive Rivets
    • One man, unaided, sets DuPont explosive rivets in blind operations involved in attaching interior wooden panel of a delivery truck body. Heat applied with DuPont riveting iron explodes the tiny charge of special explosives in the rivet, expanding...
    • Uses of explosive rivets

    • Explosive Rivets
    • DuPont explosives rivets are used by a custom builder of heavy duty truck bodies to fasten steel plate panels to the exterior of a vehicle for transportation of bulky freight. One operator, working alone, sets the rivets attaching the steel plates...
    • Peacetime rivets

    • Explosive Rivets
    • New DuPont explosive rivet, improved for peacetime use in mass production. Speeds up fabrication of bus body parts. Single operator sets rivets with electrically heated DuPont riveting iron which discharges explosive in rivet expanding it to make...
    • Using cold rivets

    • Uses of Cellophane
    • A woman riveter in a Consolidated Vultee aircraft plant receives a supply of once cold aluminum alloy rivets, wrapped in cellophane envelopes, similar to those developed by DuPont for frozen foods. The film keeps the rivets cold two or three times...
    • Explosive rivets

    • Explosive Rivets
    • A single operator sets DuPont explosives rivets, attaching slats to interior of delivery truck body in blind fastening operations. He is using a DuPont riveting iron to apply heat to the rivet, firing the tiny explosive charge within and expanding...
    • Explosive rivets

    • Explosive Rivets
    • A single operator sets DuPont explosives rivets, attaching slats to interior of delivery truck body in blind fastening operations. He is using a DuPont riveting iron to apply heat to the rivet, firing the tiny explosive charge within and expanding...
    • Uses of explosive rivets

    • Explosive Rivets
    • DuPont explosive rivets are used by a maker of custom-built delivery trucks to attach aluminum exterior panels to structural members of vehicle in a blind fastening operation. One man, unaided, sets the rivers, applying heat with a DuPont riveting...
    • Wrapping rivets

    • Uses of Cellophane
    • An automatic weighing machine at left drops frozen airplane rivets, previously cooled to about 45 below zero Fahrenheit, into cellophane bags, which are then heat sealed by machine at right. They will now go to holding refrigerators, until called...
    • Using cold rivets

    • Uses of Cellophane
    • Aluminum alloy rivets in the little cellophane envelope at the left will remain cold and therefore are drivable for an hour or an hour and a half, because of the insulating property of the cellophane, instead of only a half hour, as was the case...
    • DuPont Magazine [Midsummer 1941]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Advertisements; Appliances; Clothing industry; Furniture industry; Textile industry;
    • Table of Contents: Vital to defense; Our motion picture library; New explosive rivets speed production; From a mother's diary; The history of the DuPont oval; All in a day's work; Banishing blue Mondays; Clothes make the working man; Relaxing for...
    • DuPont Magazine [August-September 1947]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Construction industry; Paint industry; Explosives; Nylon; Sports; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Pest control;
    • Table of Contents: Construction industry and DuPont; Harnessing the Etowah; Color and the cash register; Building with explosive rivets; Nylon and sports; Please be seated; The cavalcade rolls along; Dividends with DDT; Ten parts per million;...
    • DuPont Magazine [April-May 1944]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; War work; Defense industry; Parachute industry; Nylon; Safety;
    • Table of Contents: An improved explosive rivet; And speaking of rivets; Spinning into war; Nylon, after the war; Engineering and contruction; Heavy chemicals for war; A safety color code for industry; An end to poison ivy; What's new.
    • DuPont Magazine [June-July 1957]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Supermarkets; Galleries & museums; Mills; Plastics industry; Nylon; Paint industry; Textile industry;
    • Table of Contents: The super sprint ahead; Intermediates, anyone; Scenes from America's industrial childhood; Lift for a leftover; Remington's Humane Stunner hailed; Maintenance memo, try nylon to plastic; Small rivets for a big bomber; Know how to...
    • Wire Mill

    • Wire mills. Wire drawing machines, Bull-blocks
    • American Steel & Wire Company, subsiiary of United States Steel Corporation South Works, Worcester, Mass. Bull-block used in making a single reduction on very heavy steel rod . Plain carbon and alloy steel wire for the fabrication of heavy bolts...
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1946]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Tire industry; Rubber industry; Plastics industry; Paint industry;
    • Table of Contents: Explosive rivets; The best tires ever; Ever see a vertical tunnel; Rubber chemicals, what are they; A statment about DuPont plastics; Now we can tell; Where Washington walked; Packages with a future; Down Memory Lane with an old...
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1954-January 1955]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Textile industry; Plastics industry; Driver education; Clothing industry;
    • Table of Contents: Battling hidden hunger; Wash-and-wear shirts; New caboose on the scouring train; Rivets for the jet age; Woodland paratroopers; Dacron joins the fire fighters; A matter of switchable parts; Passing the mop test; Driver education...

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