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Modern hammer tools. What kind of hammer have you seen?

Hammers are the most common and widely used tools in daily life. When it comes to hammers, many people may think that hammers are all alike and there is no difference, but they are not.  Hammer has a very high technical content, such as: hammer head material, hardening treatment, casting, hammer handle design, hammer head hammer handle fixed, material selection and so on.  Therefore, high quality hammers are very strict in terms of safety and reliability.  At the same time, due to the different needs of hammers in the market, resulting in a variety of types of hammers. 

Claw Hammer

Claw hammers are the most frequently used hammers. They are popular in both the construction industry and the DIY market. The hammer has a curved head that is used on one side to drive nails into materials and on the other side to lift nails.  

Hammer Brick 

A brick hammer (also known as a "stonemason's hammer") is a traditional and simple design that can be used to split or break blocks of brick.  

Framing Hammer

The frame hammer is heavier than the claw hammer. This hammer is twice as heavy as the traditional claw hammer. It reduces the strength of the fingers.  The claw part of the hammer is straight rather than curved. The hammer is more focused on separating materials, such as baseboards, but it is not used for lifting nails.  

Welding Hammer

Welding hammer belongs to a special hammer. The sharp parts on both sides of the hammer are mainly used to knock away excess welding slag from the welding path.  

Electrician's Hammer 

Similar to the traditional claw hammer but different, with different angles of the claw.  The handle is made of high-strength fiberglass and absorbs the impact of multiple shocks.  

Drywall Hammer  

The drywall hammer is an innovative hammer with a hammer head similar in shape to a waffle.  However, when using this hammer, it is necessary to use the hammer to hammer the raised areas of the drywall without damaging the outer layer.  The hammer also adds a bevel, which is useful when adding a new plaster layer.  The other side of the hammer's head has a simple nail-lifter, sharp axe-shaped edges, and hooks - the exterior features of drywall hammers.  

Soft face Hammer

The soft surface hammer head is made of non-ferrous metal materials such as wood, plastic and so on. The two impact areas are very similar in structure, usually made of wood, rubber or glass fiber.  The "soft" materials used reduce the so-called rebound because they absorb most of the impact energy. 

Post time: Jun-29-2022