|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 piece|
|Delivery Time:||1-3 days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, west union, moneygram|
|Supply Ability:||600-800 peices per day|
|Material:||Steel||Produce Tech:||Integrating Forged|
|Usage:||Rock Sample Collecting||Cap Material:||PE|
Steel Construction Rock Splitting Hammer,
PE cap fossil hunting hammer,
Tempered Striking Faces Rock Splitting Hammer
Steel forged geological chisel hammer
DOWSER BRAND hammer is our new R&D geological hammer, it is made of 50# steel (carbon steel) , and head and shaft are forged integrated, well polished. Compare to traditional hammer, our product design is more humanized.
1. Body: Qualitative 5Quenching hardness RC50-55, Quenching depth 0.8-1.2mm.
Tensile strength (MPa):≥630(64)
Yield strength (MPa):≥375(38)
Elongtation δ5 (%):≥14
2. Grip: textured slip resistant TPR material. Dampens the impact transmitted through to the user’s hand and wrist. With hardened and tempered striking faces.
3. End Cap: made of PP, patented.
4. High strength all steel construction with slip resistant and shock absorbingtextured TPR grip for improved user comfort and control.
5. Fine craftsmanship,Applicable in professional geological engineering.
6. Ergonomic design, easing muscular fatigue.
7. Lightweight and solid, for any kind of rocks.
The flat nozzle effectively controls the splitting direction of the rock to avoid knocking the sample into fragments. It is especially suitable for soft or split rocks ( shale and slate ), and rock samples can be easily taken by layering.
● special steel
● integral casting technology
● grip damping technology
● ergonomic design
● center of gravity balancing system
● force gathering groove design
Geological hammer is one of the basic tools for geological work. it is made of high quality steel or wooden handle with steel head. One end of the geological hammer head is rectangular or square, and the other end is pointed prismatic or flat wedge - shaped. When in use, one end of the square head is usually used to knock the rock to break it into pieces. One end of a sharp edge or a flat wedge is struck along the layer of the rock layer, so that the rock layer can be peeled off, which is beneficial to finding fossils and sampling. It is also used for renovating rock, ore and other specimens to normalize them and facilitate packaging. On the complete rock outcrop, using one end of a pointed or flat wedge as a wedge and striking with another geological hammer, a groove can be cut into the rock surface to facilitate the taking of rock ore and fossil samples. In addition, one end of the sharp point or flat wedge can be used for shallow excavation to remove surface weathered materials, floating soil and the like.
Contact Person: Lotus