Available with the insert combination of composite rubber / nylon, the SIMPLEX soft-face mallet D60mm covers an extensive range of applications and is therefore widely used in the metal working industry. This top seller made by Halder has now been developed further:
Boasting an ingenious shape, the rubber insert with “stand-up” (3202.260) allows the hammer to stand securely on its head and reduces the need to bend over, making it possible to work in a much more ergonomic and back-friendly manner. Ultra low-wear, impact cushioning and odourless, the proven rubber blend offers a much longer service life than a conventional rubber hammer.
The nylon insert (series 3208) offers outstanding impact qualities and is guaranteed to combine maximum strength with unique durability. It is composed of extruded and extremely homogeneous material. Compared to injection moulded plastic inserts, it is therefore considerably more wear-resistant and durable and will never chip even in sub-zero temperatures. Moreover, it is also oil and grease resistant.
Made of cast iron, the housing comes with an integrated handle protection sleeve that provides for a high level of break resistance.
Damping vibrations and shaped ergonomically, the high-quality wooden handle has a double coat of varnish in the grip area and is thus resistant to dirt.
In line with the smart SIMPLEX principle, all components are replaceable and can be retrofitted. This translates to savings in both money and resources.
This version is available in the size D60mm. Also available as a sledge hammer.
Assembly of sharp-edged workpieces, housing assembly, plant construction, hall, steel and exhibition stand construction, maintenance and repair work
This hammer features an special insert with "Stand-Up" that was incorporated into the housing.
Compliant according to Directive 2011/65/EU and Directive 2015/863
No SVHC substances with more than 0.1% w/w contained - SVHC list [REACH] as of 08.07.2021
No Proposition 65 substances included
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.