Welding chipping hammers are the perfect tool for removing welding slag and spatter from welds. Made from high quality materials, our chipping hammers are strong and durable enough to withstand daily use in a professional welding environment. The handles are available in three different types: wood, rubber and spring, all of which provide a comfortable and secure grip.
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The chipping hammer is designed differently from conventional hammers in order to effectively remove debris and clean the weld surface. The quality and performance of a welding chipping hammer is influenced by three main factors. When selecting the best chipping hammer, the following three aspects should be considered.
-Head design. The striking head is the most important part of the weld chipping hammer. Common designs of hammer heads include horizontal chisels, pointed heads, and straight heads. These shapes are designed to provide a balanced force that can quickly remove debris from a welded surface, but must also be gentle enough to avoid any dents in the surface.
-Durability. Since welding chipping hammers will take very many hammer blows during use, the durability of the hammer head is important. The hammer should not show any type of creep or cracking, and the chipping surface should be able to stay sharp for a long time.
-Material. As with all hammers, the material selection for a welding chipping hammer should take into account a variety of conditions. First, it must be hard enough to withstand the constant blows of the hammer. Because many welding techniques involve chemical byproducts, the material for a chipping hammer should also be resistant to chemical corrosion. In addition to this, lightweight materials can reduce the overall weight of the hammer, making it easier to use.