|Product Type:||Drilling Hammer|
|Head Weight:||4 lb|
|Face Diameter:||1 39⁄64 in|
|Overall Length:||10 5⁄8 in|
|Dead Blow Head:||No|
|Face Surface Type:||Smooth|
|Features:||Indestructible Handle; Corrosion-Resistant; Nail-Holding|
|Handle Length:||10 in|
|Head Length:||5 in|
|Overall Weight:||4 5⁄10 lb|
|Specifications Met:||BS -876-1995; ASME B107.400-2008|
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About Engineering & Drilling Hammers
These hard-hitting hammers have heavy heads that can tackle demanding metalworking and demolition applications such as driving spikes, wedges, punches, chisels, and rock drills and forging metal. They provide more force than a standard claw or pein hammer and offer more control than a heavier sledgehammer. Choose a drilling hammer with a shorter handle for working in confined spaces or an engineer's hammer with a longer handle for striking powerful blows in open areas.
Also known as hand sledges, drilling hammers typically have shorter handles than engineer's hammers and sledgehammers, providing more control during swinging and making them useful for working in confined spaces.