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Chisel Bits

Chisel Bits

Break up, remove, or cut masonry and concrete using chisel bits with your air hammer or rotary hammer drill.

Round Shank

The most common shank style, round shank bits provide more accurate centering than hex shank bits, but must be tightened in the chuck to keep them from slipping. These bits can be inserted into a 3-jaw chuck.

Bull Point

Flat

Scaling

Hex Shank

Bits with a hex shank provide maximum surface contact with a drill chuck to prevent slipping and can withstand higher amounts of torque than a round shank bit. These drill bits can be inserted into a 3-jaw chuck.

Bull Point

Flat

Scaling

Spade

Bushing Head

SDS Plus Shank

Use these bits only with tools that have a compatible SDS Plus chuck, which is spring loaded to absorb heavy impact and vibration. The SDS Plus shank prevents the bit from slipping in the chuck, improving performance in high-torque applications. Bits with an SDS Plus shank can be changed with one hand for greater efficiency.

Bull Point

Flat

Scaling

Bushing Head

SDS Max Shank

An SDS Max shank prevents these bits from slipping in the chuck, making them ideal for high-torque applications. Bits with this shank style can only be used with tools that have a compatible SDS Max chuck, which is spring loaded to absorb heavy impact and vibration. Bits with an SDS Max shank can be changed with one hand for greater efficiency.

Bull Point

Flat

Scaling

Spade

Seam

Slotted

Spline Shank

For use in tools with a spline drive chuck, these bits have a spline shank with teeth that mesh with the chuck to prevent the bit from slipping in high-torque applications.

Bull Point

Flat

Spade

Bushing Head

Sets

Containing multiple chisel bits in a range of sizes, these sets make sure you're prepared for any job that pops up.