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* '''Brick Hammers''' between 1lb and 1.5lb weight (450g to 700g) are suitable for school use. Heavier hammers are available but may be difficult for students to handle and control safely.
 
* '''Brick Hammers'''  are available also with a '''[[Scutch Comb Chisel]]''' at one end which can be used for shaping brick and masonry.
 
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| <dtamazon product="B000LFXDH6" type="image">Silverline HA65B Tubular Shaft Brick Hammer, 16 oz</dtamazon>
 
| <dtamazon product="B00024ARKC" type="image">Draper Expert 00353 450 g Bricklayer's Hammer with Tubular Steel Shaft</dtamazon>
 
| <dtamazon product="B00024ARPC" type="image">Draper Expert 13964 560 g Bricklayers Hammer with Tubular Steel Shaft</dtamazon>
 
| <dtamazon product="B0013KB0IW" type="image">C.K T4232 16 Brick Hammer</dtamazon>
 
| <dtamazon product="B000X29ENO" type="image">Stanley 1-54-022 FatMax AntiVibe Brick Hammer, 20 oz</dtamazon>
 
| <dtamazon product="B00DQ96JIY" type="image">Vaughan ABL24 680g Brick Hammer with Steel Handle</dtamazon>
 
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| <dtamazon product="B000LFXDH6" type="text">Silverline HA65B Tubular Shaft Brick Hammer, 16 oz</dtamazon>
 
| <dtamazon product="B00024ARKC" type="text">Draper Expert 00353 450 g Bricklayer's Hammer with Tubular Steel Shaft</dtamazon>
 
| <dtamazon product="B00024ARPC" type="text">Draper Expert 13964 560 g Bricklayers Hammer with Tubular Steel Shaft</dtamazon>
 
| <dtamazon product="B0013KB0IW" type="text">C.K T4232 16 Brick Hammer</dtamazon>
 
| <dtamazon product="B000X29ENO" type="text">Stanley 1-54-022 FatMax AntiVibe Brick Hammer, 20 oz</dtamazon>
 
| <dtamazon product="B00DQ96JIY" type="text">Vaughan ABL24 680g Brick Hammer with Steel Handle</dtamazon>
 
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Latest revision as of 11:58, 15 May 2016

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Description

Brick Hammers (aka Mason's Hammers or by Geologists as Rock Hammers) these have one flat hammer face and one chisel edge.

Features and Uses

They are commonly used to cut a brick or piece of rock to size. Make light blows with the chisel-end all the way around the block or brick and then a sharp blow with the hammer end will give a clean cut.


Safety Point! Wear eye protection and work gloves when working with masonry.


DT Online Buyers' Guide
  • 12oz Hammers (0.45kg) are a good useful size for general work in Design and Technology.
  • Larger 2lb hammers (1kg) are used for heavier work such as Blacksmithing for example.
  • Smaller hammers (e.g. 4oz and 8oz) are suitable for jewellery work and model engineering applications.
  • Brick Hammers between 1lb and 1.5lb weight (450g to 700g) are suitable for school use and are available also with a Scutch Comb Chisel at one end which can be used for shaping brick and masonry.
  • A 2lb Lump Hammer (0.9kg) is a good useful size for general work in Design and Technology and home maintenance tasks.
  • 2lb to 4lb Sledge Hammers (1-2kg) are a suitable size for general forge-work in Design and Technology since hammers heavier than 4lb would be difficult for students to use.
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Ball Pein Hammer Blacksmiths Hammers Brick Hammer Claw Hammer Cross Pein Hammer Lump (or Club) Hammer Pin Hammer Sledge Hammer