The tubular head of the SUPERCRAFT mallets is filled with steel shot. The resulting effect is that the energy of the steel shot is transferred with a slight delay when the mallet's contact surface hits the workpiece. The reduced rebound allows the impact energy to be absorbed with perfect efficiency. The result is impact of exceptional magnitude. What is more, SUPERCRAFT mallets allow for work with greatly improved safety, reduced strain on the joints and greater noise-dampening when compared to ordinary steel mallets.
The replaceable inserts offer outstanding impact qualities and are guaranteed to combine maximum strength with unique durability. They consist of extruded and extremely homogeneous material. Compared to injection moulded plastic inserts, they are therefore considerably more wear-resistant and durable and will never chip even in sub-zero temperatures.
The 3-component handle is comprised of a break-proof, flexible fibre-glass core coated with an ergonomic polypropylene layer and an elastomer layer, which provides for a secure grip even with oily and greasy hands. The wear-resistant powder coating of the head prevents corrosion. All weld joints are completely robot-welded. Extremely tight and of premium quality, a welded connection between impact plate and hammer head keeps the steel shot filling from escaping even under maximum load. This version is available in sizes ranging from D40mm to D60mm.
Aircraft maintenance, positioning of light workpieces, assembly of sharp-edged workpieces, assembly and repair work in the automotive and truck sector, sheet-metal forming, straightening work, housing assembly , plant construction, maintenance work, upholsterer/saddler, hole punching with hole punches, driving eyelets with eyelet punches, driving in cramps
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Contains lead - compliant according to exceptions 6a / 6b / 6c
Contains lead - SVHC list [REACH] as of 10.06.2022
Lead can cause cancer and reproductive harm from exposure
This product does not contain any substances designated as "conflict minerals" such as tantalum, tin, gold or tungsten from the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjacent countries.