Facom 1kg Carbon Steel Cross Pein Hammer, 330 mm

  • RS Stock No. 401-096
  • Mfr. Part No. 200C.40
  • Manufacturer Facom
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Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): TW
Product Details

Facom Graphite Handle Riveting Engineers Hammer

Introducing a series of FACOM Cross-Diagonal ball-pein hammers. These hammers are very versatile, small enough to fit in any toolbox and strong enough to shape sheet metal. Offers excellent weight distribution which reduces fatigue, unbreakable and secure graphite handle, forged and heat-treated head for increased durability and epoxy resin head to handle the connection.

Why would you buy these hammers?
These hammers are not only strong and durable there is care and attention to safety, reduced shock and vibration to help with fatigue plus the ergonomic design with the contoured grip that prevents loss of grip.

Facom 200C Cross Diagonal Hammers are available in 3 sizes to choose from:
• Facom 585g Carbon Steel Cross Pein Hammer, 300 mm - 401-179
• Facom 1kg Carbon Steel Cross Pein Hammer, 330 mm - 401-096
• Facom 1.9kg Carbon Steel Cross Pein Hammer, 360 mm - 401-131

Features and Benefits:

• Ergonomic safety handle with an unbreakable graphite core
• Epoxy resin head-to-handle connection
• Absorbent material and narrow upper handle to reduce vibration
• Soft material for a comfortable and firm grip
• Wider guard to prevent loss of grip

Typical Applications:

Ball Pein Hammers are commonly used in metalwork fabrication and blacksmithing. Ball-Pein hammers are also known as machinist’s hammers, engineer’s hammers, blacksmithing hammer or mechanics hammer. Peening is the process of hardening a surface by impact. The head of the hammer has a flat face for striking punches and cold chisels and a hemispherical 'peening' or ball face. The ball face is used for rounding off the edges of metal pins and fastenings, closing rivets and shaping and bending metal.

Types of Peening Hammers:
• Ball Pein
• Straight Pein
• Diagonal Pein
• Cross Pein

Approvals and Certification:

• NF E 71-014
• ISO 15601

FAQs:

What is the difference between ball-pein and cross-pein?
Cross-pein refers to the head horizontal to the handle, typically used by blacksmiths to stretch material with lateral expansion. A ball-pein has a round head used for hammering and shaping sheet metal, rounding off the edges or closing rivets.

Standards

NF E 71-014, ISO 15601

Specifications
Attribute Value
Head Type Cross Pein
Head Material Carbon Steel
Handle Material Graphite
Overall Length 330 mm
Weight 1kg
6 Within 4 working day(s) (Global stock)
26 Within 4 working day(s) (Global stock)
Price Each
MYR 156.96
units
Per unit
1 +
MYR156.96
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