Material: Eco SDS Plus Chisels are usually made from high-grade, hardened steel to withstand the high impact forces of heavy-duty demolition work.
Sizes: The size of the chisel is determined by both its length and width. Lengths can range from 250mm to 600mm, while widths can vary from 20mm to 75mm.
Types: There are different types of chisels available, each designed for a specific purpose. Flat chisels are used for general demolition and correction work. Pointed chisels are used for starting holes and breaking up materials. Spade or wide chisels (also known as tile chisels) are used for removing tiles and plaster.
Shank: Eco SDS Plus Chisels come with an SDS Plus shank, a shank type specifically designed for use with heavy-duty hammer drills and breakers. Ensure your tool is compatible with this type of shank.
Working Length: The working length, or the part of the chisel that does the work, is the total length of the chisel minus the part that fits into the drill.
Design: Some chisels may feature self-sharpening designs that maintain the usability and efficiency of the chisel over its lifespan.
Suitability: These chisels are designed specifically for use in heavy-duty demolition work involving concrete and similar hard materials.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 20 cm|