Pneumatic tools provide high, consistent power output. Powered by air compressors rather than electricity, these tools are lighter and reduce operator fatigue when used for long periods of time. Air-powered (or pneumatic) hammers include air chipping hammers and chiseling hammers. Chipping and chiseling hammers use chisel attachments for cutting metal and stone or removing rusted or frozen parts.
General Purpose: Chiseling Hammers
Powerful enough for everyday jobs, these air-powered chiseling hammers are generally lighter and more compact than air-powered chipping hammers, making them well suited for working on vertical and overhead surfaces.
Heavy Duty: Chipping Hammers
These air-powered chipping hammers are larger and heavier than air-powered chiseling hammers and provide more force and stronger blows for demanding applications.
Bit Retainers for Chiseling Hammers
Also known as bit retainers or hammer retainers, chisel retainers secure flat chisels and other attachments onto compatible air hammers.