Manufacturers of the BRYDEN
range of Rivetting machinery
& Clutch relining
We manufacture a range of rivetting machines, both foot
powered manual, to pneumatically operated. All being quite able
to extract old rivets and clench new rivets. each machine will
carry out either of these operations simply by changing the
tooling (supplied). The tooling stroke of these machines ranges
from 20mm to 90mm movement. the greater the movement the easier
it is to carry out relining of some of the larger cast shoes.
SCREEN COMPREHENSIVE PARTS & TOOLING LIST
- Full list of tools and parts for all models of BRYDEN rivetter.
MK1A Foot powered rivetter:
- Ideal for use where pneumatic/electrical power is not
available or for the small bus or commercial fleet
MK2 and MK3C pneumatically operated rivetters:
- Entry level and intermediate machines ideal for the busy
reline workshop encountering a wide variety of brake shoe
and clutch references.
MK4C pneumatically operated rivetter
- Advanced rivetter with a very long stroke allowing simple
speedy access to rivets deep within brake shoe webs
previously only accessible by slow adjustment or removal
MK5A & SENSAIR pneumatically operated rivetters:
- An unparalleled heavy duty rivetter providing long
trouble free service to the busy workshop involved in
relining shoes and clutches which often cause reline
problems e.g. Heavily rusted shoes/rivets, Deep webs
creating box ed areas where access to the rivets normally
MK3 AND MK3A
- Information on these obsolete models can be found here
and details of spare parts which are still available.
Within the United Kingdom we offer several 'on site' services
such as breakdown, planned maintenance, Rivetter 'input pressure
to output Force' Calibration.
Because we carry comprehensive stocks of spare parts and
tooling for machinery manufactured from 1958 to the present
models together with our flexible manufacturing methods spare
part availability is not a problem and immediate despatch is
possible when required.
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Last modified: September 17, 2013