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19TJ62 D42 UNSPSC # 46191605

Crash Axe: Crash Axes

  • Item # 19TJ62
  • Mfr. Model # D42
  • UNSPSC # 46191605
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

The dual-purpose head of crash axes features a pike on one end and an axe blade on the other. The pike punctures holes, chips tiles and masonry, and twists off hasps and hardware. The axe blade chops through sheet metal, drywall, plaster, and other materials to gain entry to vehicles, rooms, and cabinets. Crash axes are commonly used by firefighters and rescue teams to break glass, pry open doors and windows, and cut sheet metal.

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Crash Axe: Crash Axes

  • Item # 19TJ62
  • Mfr. Model # D42
  • UNSPSC # 46191605
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

The dual-purpose head of crash axes features a pike on one end and an axe blade on the other. The pike punctures holes, chips tiles and masonry, and twists off hasps and hardware. The axe blade chops through sheet metal, drywall, plaster, and other materials to gain entry to vehicles, rooms, and cabinets. Crash axes are commonly used by firefighters and rescue teams to break glass, pry open doors and windows, and cut sheet metal.

Technical Specs

  • Item Crash Axe
  • Axe Type Crash Axes
  • Blade Edge Type Smooth
  • Blade Finish Unfinished
  • Blade Material Steel
  • Features 000 Volts, Rubber Handle insulated For 20
  • Grip Material Rubber
  • Grip Type Non Slip Textured Grip
  • Handle Color Black
  • Handle Length 10 3/8 in
  • Handle Material Steel
  • Handle Style Straight
  • Head Color Silver
  • Head Material Steel
  • Head Weight 2 lb
  • Includes Leather Sheath
  • Includes Hammer Face No
  • Includes Sheath Yes
  • Non-Magnetic No
  • Non-Sparking No
  • Overall Length 15 in
  • Sheath Material Leather

The dual-purpose head of crash axes features a pike on one end and an axe blade on the other. The pike punctures holes, chips tiles and masonry, and twists off hasps and hardware. The axe blade chops through sheet metal, drywall, plaster, and other materials to gain entry to vehicles, rooms, and cabinets. Crash axes are commonly used by firefighters and rescue teams to break glass, pry open doors and windows, and cut sheet metal.

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