Jackson Pulverizer Concrete Demolition Hammer - 2517400
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- 2-Inch scraper with large head nail puller
- Claw with teeth grip for prying
- Textured TPE grip with shock dampening properties
- Triangle shaped area to rip drywall
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The Jackson pulverizer concrete demolition hammer is fully forged and entirely heat treated for durability and safety. This versatile tool features a claw with teeth for prying, sledge hammer head, triangle shaped area to rip drywall, a 2-inch scraper with a large head nail puller, and textured TPE grip with shock dampening properties. This tool is ideal for concrete and general demolition projects. All-in-one hammer provides an easy solution for all users.
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Beat, bust, bang, smash, rip, tear, gouge, pulverize it with the Jackson Pulverizer concrete demo hammer. Fully forged and entirely heat treated to 48-52 Rockwell hardness for durability and safety.
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I originally bought this tool to use as a small multi use tool to carry on my belt at work as a fireman and it has some pros and cons.
PROS- It was able to bust through a cinder block wall with ease and the handle made it easy to hang on to with some clearance issues. It could be carried with a large D ring through the hole in the head and not cause a major weight issue. With some modifications this would be an excellent tool for the emergency services.
CONS- The cons for the hammer are minor for someone wanting to carry and use this on a job site but I wanted it for a different reason. The corners of both pry ends are very pointy and sharp since it is a "pry bar" causing cuts on gear pants. It needs to be rounded off and the 2" scraper needs thinning down a little to be utilized as a door prying tool. I have XL hands and with my gloves on my fingers touch the wall before the head of the hammer does unless I hit at an angle and I'm not getting the full contact with the hammer head but still effective. The nail puller behind the head is almost useless for tight areas because the angle of it has the handle contacting door frames and other areas before it gets a good bite. When swinging the hammer the grip location makes your hand go to the top like your choking up on it and I got better results from holding the scraper at the bottom but it's not a safe handle area. If the handle was 3" longer it would probably correct some of these issues.
I'm not going to lie about this hammer. If I could afford this to keep one at home for general use I WOULD LOVE TO but I'm looking for an affordable fireman tool and I know this wasn't intended for that but it's close due to size, weight, functions, and cost. I had to return it so I can try to find something else because I don't believe in " having to deal with " small issues when I really need it. I didn't grind down or weld on it because it is a great piece of work and didn't want to mess it up. If I could afford 2 of them I would've done some mods to it and maybe added a lil Rex tool on one end.
This item is too heavy to use as a regular hammer. This thing is made specifically for destroying things.
Need a one-handed tool for @$&*ing stuff up? Here it is.
This is an imposing looking implement, to say the least. Pictures don't do it justice. It's heavy enough to get the job done without overworking my puny arms. If I have a complaint it's that the handle could be a bit longer. I find myself hitting my knuckles a few times on the wall I'm obliterating when the sharp side penetrates the drywall completely. This is a minor nit and I have gotten better at remembering to grip the handle down further (nearly grasping nail puller portion on the end of the handle) and that seems to do the trick.
I bought this for a buddy that bought a fixer-FIXER-upper. It was almost a joke gift that might come in handy a few times. It became the most used tool he has... drywall removal... linoleum removal... tar paper scraper... nail remover... stud demolition... ceiling tile puller... door header adjuster (where you just beat the hell out of something immovable because this thing makes it move into perfect level)
Just buy it. you will have it forever and find jobs for it.