EXTREMELY RESISTANT FLAT CHISELS
Designed to break or chisel materials such as metal, stone or concrete, the flat chisel is particularly used by masons. In order to best meet the needs of demanding professionals, Würth has created its own range of flat chisels, characterized by unparalleled efficiency, resistance and durability.
TO REMOVE MATERIAL, PIERCE A PARTITION OR DEMOLISH
The flat chisel is used using a hammer or a pneumatic chisel hammer, these tools making it possible to strike the chisel several times in order to make it penetrate into the material.
Remember to equip yourself with gloves, glasses and masks to protect yourself from possible projections!
The flat chisel is used with a hammer or a pneumatic chisel hammer, making it possible to strike the chisel several times in order to penetrate into the material. Remember to equip yourself with gloves, glasses and masks to protect yourself from possible projections! Depending on the models offered, the flat chisel can be used:
• to peel plaster and wallpapering
• to remove material
• to pierce, mortise, or create openings
• to perform demolition work
PERFORMANCE, SUPERIOR IMPACT RESISTANCE AND DURABILITY
Faithful to our specifications, we have taken care to provide professionals with high quality tools, both in terms of efficiency and durability. Our flat chisels are therefore capable of withstanding powerful and repeated impacts, no matter the model. More precisely, we can say that:
• they have very high penetrating power
• they have an extremely hard cutting edge
• they are distinguished by their long service life
FUNCTION, EXPLOSIVENESS, ELASTICITY: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN OUR MODELS OF FLAT CHISELS
So what differentiates the multiple models in our range of chisels for professionals? You can find out by reading the detailed technical sheets for each type of chisel, in order to best choose the one that meets your expectations. From one tool to another, you may notice variations in:
• the size (length, width)
• the tool to be used with it (e.g. certain type of hammer, pneumatic chisel hammer, etc.)
• intended function, e.g. plaster removal, hammering or demolition
• power, explosiveness and hardness; suitability to softer or more flexible materials
• elasticity, effective absorption of vibrations
• the need for sharpening