Octagonal Head Hammer – Wood Handle 27mm

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An octagonal head hammer with a wood handle is a type of hand tool designed for striking and driving nails, shaping metal, or performing other tasks in construction and woodworking. The term “octagonal head” refers to the shape of the hammerhead, which has eight flat sides. This design provides multiple striking surfaces, allowing for versatile use and precise control. The wood handle offers a comfortable grip and helps absorb some of the shock generated during use, reducing strain on the user’s hand and wrist. Overall, an octagonal head hammer with a wood handle combines durability, functionality, and ergonomic design for various manual tasks in carpentry and related trades.

1.Drop forged from carbon steel #45

2. British type

3. Heat treated & polished head



  1. Nail Driving:
    • The primary purpose of a hammer is to drive nails into various materials such as wood, drywall, or soft metals. The octagonal head design provides multiple striking surfaces, allowing for efficient and accurate nail placement.
  2. Construction and Framing:
    • Octagonal head hammers are often employed in construction and framing work for tasks like securing framing members, building structures, and attaching wooden components.
  3. Woodworking:
    • Woodworkers use these hammers for tasks such as joining pieces of wood, assembling furniture, or securing various wooden components.
  4. Demolition:
    • While not as heavy-duty as specialized demolition hammers, an octagonal head hammer can be used for light demolition work, such as removing small structures or breaking apart materials.
  5. Metalworking:
    • The hammer can be used in metalworking applications for shaping or forming soft metals. The wood handle helps prevent marring or damaging delicate metal surfaces.
  6. Home Repair and Maintenance:
    • This type of hammer is commonly used for general home repairs, such as hanging pictures, fixing loose boards, or performing small tasks that require driving or removing nails.
  7. Carpentry:
    • Carpenters often use octagonal head hammers for a variety of tasks, including framing, finishing, and assembling wooden structures.
  8. DIY Projects:
    • Hobbyists and DIY enthusiasts find these hammers useful for a wide range of projects, from crafting to small home improvements.
  9. Precision Work:
    • The multiple flat sides of the octagonal head allow for more precise and controlled strikes, making it suitable for tasks that require accuracy.
  10. Versatile Striking:
    • The octagonal shape provides versatility in striking angles, allowing users to adapt to different working conditions and angles.
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Safety Precautions

  1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate PPE, including safety glasses or goggles, to protect your eyes from flying debris or accidental impacts.
  2. Grip and Handling:
    • Ensure a firm grip on the handle, keeping your hands dry to prevent slipping. Use both hands when necessary for better control and power.
  3. Inspect the Hammer:
    • Before use, inspect the hammer for any damage, such as cracks in the handle or deformities in the head. Do not use a damaged hammer; replace or repair it as needed.
  4. Correct Hammer for the Task:
    • Use the right type and size of hammer for the specific task. Using the wrong tool may lead to inefficiency, damage, or accidents.
  5. Keep Work Area Clear:
    • Maintain a clean and organized work area to minimize the risk of tripping or stumbling. Remove unnecessary items from your work space.
  6. Proper Striking Technique:
    • Strike the target squarely and with controlled force. Avoid glancing blows or strikes that could cause the hammer to slip.
  7. Use a Nail Set:
    • When driving nails, use a nail set to finish driving them flush with the surface. This minimizes the risk of hammering your fingers.
  8. Secure Workpieces:
    • Secure the workpieces properly before striking to prevent movement and ensure stability during the task.
  9. Watch Your Surroundings:
    • Be aware of your surroundings and the presence of other workers. Communicate with others to avoid accidental collisions or interference.
  10. Store Safely:
    • When not in use, store the hammer in a designated area, away from the edge of workbenches or other surfaces to prevent it from falling.
  11. Protective Gloves:
    • Consider wearing appropriate protective gloves to reduce the risk of blisters or injuries from repetitive use.
  12. Controlled Swinging:
    • Practice controlled swinging motions, especially in confined spaces or areas with limited visibility. Avoid overextending your reach.
  13. Emergency First Aid:
    • Be familiar with basic first aid procedures in case of accidents, such as minor cuts or injuries. Have a first aid kit accessible in your work area.
  14. Training and Experience:
    • Ensure that users have adequate training and experience in using hammers safely, especially in professional settings.


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