Copper standard blind rivets are not subject to tensile or shear strength testing, but meet the same mandrel break-load standards as aluminum rivets with steel mandrels. Copper is the most malleable of the various rivets mandrels. It has a higher electrical conductivity than any of the other rivet metals which make it useful in many electrical applications. They should be used when fastening materials with mechanical and physical properties similar to copper.
Both styles below have Dome Heads, which is the most commonly specified head style because of its low profile and neat, finished appearance.