Milwaukee 2550-20 M12 Rivet Tool

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$249.00

SKU: 2550-20 Categories: , , , , UPC: 045242515936

Description

Milwaukee 2550-20 M12 Rivet Tool

The Milwaukee 2550-20 M12 Rivet Tool includes:

  • Tool only – batteries and charger sold separately
  • 3/32″ Nose Piece
  • 1/8″ Nose Piece
  • 5/32″ Nose Piece
  • 3/16″ Nose Piece
  • Belt Clip

Also available as a kit with batteries and charger: 2550-22

Features:

  • Delivers fast, easy riveting while maintaining performance, durability, and size
  • Reduces muscle effort from a hand tool by over 60%
  • For up to 3/16″ Stainless Steel Rivets
  • Pulls 450 1/8″ Steel Rivets per 1.5 Ah battery charge
  • Pulls 3/32″, 1/8″, 5/32″, 3/16″ Rivets
  • Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel – Capacity
  • Tool holds rivet in any orientation
  • Ergonomically designed for force reduction

Specifications:

  • Nose reach: 1.55″
  • Type of rivets used: 3/32″ to 3/16″ – all materials
  • Mandrel sizes included: 3/32″, 1/8″, 5/32″, 3/16″
  • Stroke Length: 0.8″
  • Pull force: 2,000 lbs
  • Length: 6.50″
  • Width: 2.63″
  • Height: 10.75″
  • Weight: 4.15 lbs

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Weight 4.15 lbs
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2 reviews for Milwaukee 2550-20 M12 Rivet Tool

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Dave Hughes

    I have used this tool for a couple of weeks now and it has worked awsome using 1/8″ stainless rivets. I have tried it using a 3/16″ stainless rivet, while it was able to snap it off, the tool didn’t sound very impressed by it. I need to spend more time to see if the tool is up to the task of putting in 3/16″ rivets all day and survive. This is not my only cordless rivet tool, but is a lot more affordable than my other one, so I am less scared to bring the Milwaukee to the jobsite. The retention nosepieces are REALLY nice. They use an o-ring. My only concern is that rivets with a ribbed mandrel may wear the o-ring prematurely, but time will tell. Also the nosepieces are interchangeable with my other rivet tool. This is nice as some of our rivets use a special proprietary nosepiece. It is a bit heavier than it looks, but not overly so. The handle is a bit big around, and someone with small hands may take a bit to get used to it, but it isn’t bad. Overall I like it, and enjoy using it. So far I recommend it, but time will tell. If you pop a lot of rivets, This is one tool you should have. I have also had good luck purchasing from BC tool and fasteners and will continue to do business with them in the future.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Dave Hughes

    I have used this tool for a couple of weeks now and it has worked awsome using 1/8″ stainless rivets. I have tried it using a 3/16″ stainless rivet, while it was able to snap it off, the tool didn’t sound very impressed by it. I need to spend more time to see if the tool is up to the task of putting in 3/16″ rivets all day and survive. This is not my only cordless rivet tool, but is a lot more affordable than my other one, so I am less scared to bring the Milwaukee to the jobsite. The retention nosepieces are REALLY nice. They use an o-ring. My only concern is that rivets with a ribbed mandrel may wear the o-ring prematurely, but time will tell. Also the nosepieces are interchangeable with my other rivet tool. This is nice as some of our rivets use a special proprietary nosepiece. It is a bit heavier than it looks, but not overly so. The handle is a bit big around, and someone with small hands may take a bit to get used to it, but it isn’t bad. Overall I like it, and enjoy using it. So far I recommend it, but time will tell. If you pop a lot of rivets, This is one tool you should have. I have also had good luck purchasing from BC tool and fasteners and will continue to do business with them in the future.

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