Used in a wide range of metalworking tasks, ball pein hammers have a round striking face for forming unhardened metal or setting rivets and a flat striking face for driving a chisel or punch.
Well suited for a wide range of metalworking tasks, these standard ball pein hammers come in a variety of weights and sizes. In general, choose a tool with a heavier head and longer handle for hard-hitting tasks, and use a tool with a lighter head and shorter handle for lighter blows and more control.
The heads of these ball pein hammers contain metal shot or sand to add weight and help prevent rebound when striking a surface. This provides better control over the tool, reduces risk of damaging the workpiece, and focuses the force where it's needed.
Urethane over Steel Handle
Made from nonsparking nonferrous metals such as aluminum and bronze, these ball pein hammers help minimize the risk of the tool generating a spark while in use. Nonsparking tools are useful in environments that contain flammable solvents, liquids, vapors, dusts, or residues.
With multiple ball pein hammers in a range of weights and sizes, these sets will keep you well stocked for a variety of hammering tasks.