||For all demolition work, i.e. masonry, concrete
|On special hard rock or reinforced concrete, this
tool is most used and is generally suitable for splitting. however,
it can not break an object into pieces at a blow as a blunt
tool does. Further, as it may slip during hammering, hammering
must be performed with the point stabilized.
||Chisel / Wedge
|| For all demolition work with additional cutting
work. It is generally used for civil engineering work and it
is also suitable for splitting and used for breaking flat rocks.
|| On rocks other than excessively hard rocks, this
tool is most used. As the end is flat / blunt, locating the
tool on an object to be broken is easier and the the tool seldom
slips during hammering.
||General use with additional cutting section cutting asphalt
or soft material
|Beating in poles and pipes produced according to request