DEWALT High Impact Demolition Chisels

By Robert Robillard on Tool News

DEWALT High Impact Demolition Dual-Steel Chisels 

DEWALT has a new line of High Impact Demolition Chisels engineered with two types of steel to minimize breakage and increase durability.

Most demo chisel users find that the biggest failures with these chisels are breakage at the bit shank and rapid wearing of the bit.

The new DEWALT High Impact Demolition Chisels have an optimized tip geometry composed of high wear-resistant steel to help maximize tip strength, while the durable shock-resistant steel prevents shaft breakage.

 DEWALT High Impact Demolition Chisels:

  • DWA5320 12” bull point
  • DWA5321 1-1/2″ x 12″ scaling chisel
  • DWA5322 1″ x 12″ cold chisel
  • DWA5850 12″ bull point SDS MAX shank
  • DWA5851 16″ bull point bit SDS MAX shank
  • DWA5852 1″ x 12″ cold chisel SDS MAX shank
  • DWA5853 1″ x 16″ cold chisel SDS MAX shank
  • DWA5854 2″ x 16″ scaling chisel SDS MAX shank
  • DWA5855 3″ x 16″ scaling chisel SDS MAX
  • DWA5970 16″ bull point 3/4″ hex
  • DWA5973 1″ x 16″cold chisel 3/4″ hex shank
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