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Cold Chisel(12pcs)

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A cold chisel is a hand tool typically made of hardened steel and designed for cutting or shaping cold and unheated metal materials. It has a flat, tapered blade at one end and a handle at the other. Cold chisels are commonly used in metalworking, masonry, and other applications where precise cutting or shaping of metal is required. They are struck with a hammer or mallet to apply force and create clean cuts or indentations in the material.

Head size:22mm
Handle size:16mm
Length:250mm
Material:45# Carbon steel
Drop forged and heat treatment

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Cold Chisel Uses 

  1. Metalworking: Cold chisels are widely used in metal fabrication and blacksmithing for cutting, shaping, and removing excess material from metal workpieces. They are effective for tasks such as cutting through bolts, rivets, and shaping metal components.
  2. Masonry: Cold chisels are employed in masonry work for cutting or shaping stones, bricks, and concrete. Masons use cold chisels to create precise lines or edges on these materials.
  3. Construction: Cold chisels are utilized in construction for tasks like cutting and shaping metal components, removing excess material from concrete or masonry, and fitting materials together.
  4. Automotive Repair: Mechanics use cold chisels for tasks such as cutting through rusted or damaged bolts, removing old gaskets, or shaping metal parts in automotive repair and maintenance.
  5. Woodworking: While not the primary tool for woodworking, cold chisels can be used to shape or carve softer materials like wood in certain applications.
  6. Jewelry Making: In jewelry making, cold chisels are employed for cutting and shaping metal sheets or wires to create intricate designs.
  7. Demolition: Cold chisels are sometimes used in demolition work to break apart or cut through materials like plaster, tiles, or thin metal.
  8. Artistic Sculpting: Artists and sculptors may use cold chisels to shape and sculpt metal or stone in artistic projects.
SKU: AHS63474 Category:

size

250 mm x 16 mm

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Protective Gear:
    • Eye Protection: Always wear safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from flying debris or chips.
    • Gloves: Wear appropriate gloves to protect your hands from sharp edges, vibrations, and impacts.
  2. Correct Tool Selection:
    • Choose the right type and size of cold chisel for the task at hand. Using the wrong tool can be inefficient and may lead to accidents.
  3. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the workpiece is securely clamped or held in place to prevent it from moving during chiseling. This stability is crucial for accuracy and safety.
  4. Stable Work Surface:
    • Use a stable workbench or work surface to provide a solid foundation for your work. This helps prevent slips or unexpected movements.
  5. Proper Body Position:
    • Stand in a balanced and stable position with your feet shoulder-width apart. Keep your body to the side rather than directly in line with the chisel to avoid injury in case of a slip or  misstrike.
  6. Hammer Safety:
    • Use a hammer or mallet that is suitable for the task. Ensure the hammer’s head is securely attached to the handle.
    • Strike the chisel squarely and with controlled force. Avoid overstriking, as it can damage the chisel or cause it to slip.
  7. Direction of Force:
    • Direct the force away from your body and others. Ensure that no one is standing in the potential path of the chisel or hammer swing.
  8. Inspect Tools:
    • Regularly inspect the cold chisel and hammer for any signs of wear, damage, or defects. Replace or repair tools as needed.
  9. Proper Technique:
    • Learn and use the proper chiseling technique. Do not use excessive force, and let the tool do the work.
  10. Avoid Overreaching:
    • Avoid overreaching or stretching while using the chisel. Maintain a comfortable working distance to maintain control.

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