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Engineering & Drilling Hammers

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Engineering and drilling hammers drive stakes, strike chisels, place gears and pins, and perform light demolition. Also known as club hammers, they are smaller versions of sledge hammers with a lighter head and a shorter handle. The broad face on each end of the head provides a large striking area. These baby or mini sledges are swung with one hand to strike more accurately but with less force than a two-hand sledge.
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Steel Engineering Hammers

Steel Engineering Hammers
The steel head of standard engineering hammers delivers forceful blows in non-hazardous settings where there's no concern about sparking. Also known as engineer's hammers, they have a longer handle and wider head to gain greater momentum and hit harder than drilling hammers. They are commonly used to form metal and break wood or stone.

Fiberglass Handle

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Steel Handle

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Wood Handle

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Steel Drilling Hammers

Steel Drilling Hammers
The steel head of standard drilling hammers produces a more forceful blow than soft-face hammers to strike hard objects or hammer in areas where there's no concern about damaging surrounding materials. Drilling hammers have a more compact head and shorter handle than engineering hammers to deliver a controlled, concentrated strike. They are commonly used to drive chisels, punches, and star and spade bits for hand drilling into rock.

Fiberglass Handle

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Steel Handle

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Wood Handle

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