The SIMPLEX sledge hammer of the series 3728 comprises the insert combination of rubber composition / nylon.
Ultra low-wear, impact cushioning and odourless, the medium hard rubber insert (series 3202) offers a much longer service life than a conventional rubber hammer.
The nylon insert (series 3208) offers outstanding impact qualities and is guaranteed to combine maximum strength with unique durability. It is made of extruded and extremely homogeneous material. Compared to injection moulded plastic inserts, it is therefore considerably more wear-resistant and durable and will never chip even in sub-zero temperatures. Moreover, it is also oil and grease resistant.
The black, reinforced cast steel housing provides for greater stability thanks to the enlarged wall thicknesses and struts. The increase in weight ensures greater impact force.
Extremely rugged and durable, the fibre glass handle offers exceptional break resistance. It is shaped ergonomically and includes a non-slip handle. It possesses a smooth surface and is inorganic (non-sensitive to moisture).
In line with the smart SIMPLEX principle, all components are replaceable and can be retrofitted. This translates to savings in both money and resources.
Measuring 3,775g and 800mm in total weight and total length, respectively, this sledge hammer is available in D80mm.
Gardening and landscaping, paving, kerbstone setting, masonry work, stair work, scaffold and tent construction, hall construction, steelwork, stand building, joining workpieces, assembly of sharp-edged workpieces, housing assembly, mould making, plant construction, sheet-metal work, prefabricated house construction, carpenter's work, assembly and repair work in the automotive and truck sector, fencing, maintenance and repair
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Compliant according to Directive 2011/65/EU and Directive 2015/863
No SVHC substances with more than 0.1% w/w contained - SVHC list [REACH] as of 10.06.2022
No Proposition 65 substances included
This product does not contain any substances designated as "conflict minerals" such as tantalum, tin, gold or tungsten from the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjacent countries.