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Mallets spread the force of their blow across their broad striking face to distribute the impact and reduce marring and damage to surfaces. They are soft faced but have a solid head material without interchangeable faces like split-head hammers. Their double-faced head provides balance for a controlled strike and is made of soft materials that cushion the blow and absorb vibration. Wooden heads strike the most softly, followed by rubber, rawhide, plastic, lead alloy, zinc, copper, brass, bronze, and nickel-aluminum bronze (NAB).


Nickel-Aluminum-Bronze Mallets

Nickel-Aluminum-Bronze Mallets
Nickel-aluminum-bronze (NAB) mallets strike more softly than steel but provide excellent corrosion resistance for marine applications and corrosive environments. They reduce the risk of dents and dings on surfaces that steel mallets would damage. NAB mallets also resist creating sparks to prevent ignition of nearby flammable materials. They assemble machined parts, knock shafts and pins out of machinery, and perform metalwork on surfaces that withstand marring or require further machining.

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