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Dead-Blow Hammers

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Dead-blow hammers contain steel shot or an internal mechanism in their head that minimizes bounce back and maximizes striking force. Also known as dead-strike hammers, they reduce damage to surrounding surfaces and transfer the full impact of the blow to the object being struck. These anti-vibration hammers reduce wrist strain and deliver targeted blows in tight work areas.

Standard Dead-Blow Hammers

Standard Dead-Blow Hammers
Standard dead-blow hammers allow everyday use where a special environment, sledge-type, or removable-face dead blow isn't required.

Fiberglass Handle

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Steel Handle

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Dead-Blow Split-Head Hammers

Dead-Blow Split-Head Hammers
Dead-blow split-head hammers have soft face materials that strike more gently than standard steel-face hammers. They lessen the impact of blows to minimize marring of surfaces, especially those prone to damage. Split-head hammers are commonly used to position parts and materials, bend and shape soft metals, remove dents, set wood joints, and assemble furniture.

Fiberglass Handle With Ribbed Grip

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Steel Handle With Textured Grip

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Wood Handle With Plain Grip

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Dead-Blow Sledge Hammers

Dead-Blow Sledge Hammers
Dead-blow sledge hammers deliver high-impact blows to drive stakes and posts, loosen parts, and perform demolition work. Also known as sledges, they combine a heavy, double-faced head with a long handle to hit harder than lighter, shorter dead blows. The broad face on each end of the head provides a large striking area. Their handle is held with two hands and requires ample space for the large swing to build momentum and maximize striking force.

Steel Handle With Textured Grip

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Wood Handle With Plain Grip

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Dead-Blow Ball-Peen Hammers

Dead-Blow Ball-Peen Hammers
Dead-blow ball-peen hammers provide a dual-purpose head with a flat, striking face at one end and a peened, shaping face at the other end. The flat face flattens sheet metal, sets rivets, and drives punches and chisels. The peened face is rounded to curve the edges of fasteners and to shape metal without creasing it. Dead-blow peening hammers are commonly used in metalworking.

Steel Handle With Textured Grip

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FME-Compliant Dead-Blow Hammers

FME-Compliant Dead-Blow Hammers
The head of these dead-blow hammers houses a specialized, shot-free mechanism that is Foreign Material Exclusion (FME) compliant for use in power plants, military applications, and manufacturing settings where shot-driven dead blows can't be used. Also known as no-shot hammers, FME-compliant hammers keep their mechanism contained to prevent damage, contamination, or safety hazards in sensitive environments.

Handle Material: Steel

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Dead-Blow Hammer Sets

Dead-Blow Hammer Sets
These sets include dead-blow hammers of different sizes to match the striking force to the task or with different head types to suit the application.

Steel Handle With Plain Grip

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