Abolox®- Your best source for Hammers
Hammers come in different sizes and shapes. Abolox carries a variety of hammers for different jobs, including drilling hammers, cross pein hammers, dead blow hammers, claw hammers, and ball pein hammers. Hammers are useful to homeowners and in industries across the board. In addition to pounding nails, you can use hammers to install posts, straighten dents in metal, with a chisel or punch, pull nails, and even break walls when refurbishing a home.
Hammers for All Job Types at Abolox
If something is stuck, beat it with a hammer. You've all heard that before – and to some extent, it's true, especially if you plan on destroying whatever is stuck anyway. Need to get a peg in a hole that's a tight fit? Beat it with a hammer. Need to knock some sense into… No, wait. That's not a good idea.Workers in many industries can use hammers in their daily jobs. Homeowners always find a use for hammers, whether putting up nails for holiday lights or fixing something around the house. The most common type of hammer is the claw hammer. One end has a hammer tip for pounding and the other a claw so you can pull nails out.When doing heavier work, such as pounding T-posts in for the fence around the garden, you'll want a dead blow hammer – preferably a heavy one. And when you need a hammer for gentle work, such as pounding a dent out of a fender, a ball pein hammer is a good choice.
Features of Hammers at Abolox
Each type of hammer has its use; thus, they each have their own features, including total weight, body weight, type of material and more. Hammers often have fiberglass bodies with comfort grips. The head is made of drop forged steel or another metal that is durable. Hammerheads are also made from rubber for when you need a hammer that will not damage what you are pounding on.Smaller hammers, such as a ball pein hammer, are ideal for driving chisels and punches or working with delicate metalwork.
Quality Hammers at Abolox
When you need hammers that will last for many years, especially specialty hammers, visit Abolox. We carry only high-quality hammers – and we carry several types, including:
- Drilling hammers: For driving wedges, pounding posts, and other heavy work where you need the weight of the hammer to do the work for you.
- Cross pein hammers: Commonly used in blacksmithing, the cross pein hammer has a pointed end for hammering troughs or gouges into a piece of hot metal.
- Dead blow hammers: For any application. Dead blow hammers are usually metal, but can be wooden – so they don't damage the handles of wood chisels.
- Claw hammers: The everyday hammer found in most homes and shops.
- Ball pein hammers: Useful for rounding off edges of metal and hardening a surface by impact