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Best Air Hammer Chisel Set for Tile Removal 2021

Best Air Hammer Chisel Set for Tile Removal 2021

It is very evident that while you might use an air hammer for a variety of materials, no matter what the task at hand, it is clear that when dealing with tiles, an air hammer will not be enough. The reason for this being that in order to remove tile efficiently and effectively, one needs to add certain chisels into the mix in order to gain access anywhere on your structure or home even if you have loosened the concrete a bit already.

There are certain chisel kits out there on the market and while they might all look alike, it is important that you take your time when making a selection so you can get the job done right and fast. Here are some of the best tips to follow:

Ratcheting vs non-ratcheting air hammer chisel kits – One thing that is important to note about air chisels is that they do not come with a ratchet mechanism which means that each stroke of your load will be exactly what it was before you made it. So if you have already twisted your wrist and applied a bit of pressure with your hand on the tool, that will be what you get in each stroke. With a ratchet mechanism, however, you can switch directions and reverse strokes in order to loosen up concrete or tiles even faster and easier than before.

Durable vs cheap tools – When it comes to air hammers, you want to be sure that the chisels that come with it are of top quality as well especially if it is not going to have any kind of warranty.

Below, you will find some of the best air hammer chisel sets for tile removal that you can buy this year:

1. Chicago Pneumatic CP714 Classic Series Heavy-Duty Air Hammer, 2,000 BPM, 10.2mm Chisel Rivet Set Shank

The CP714 is a super duty air hammer for professionals who want the best. Choose the CP714 for a wide range of applications including front end, exhaust, riveting, king pin bushing removal and bolt shearing. This is the most controllable CP Hammer available has a extra sensitive tease throttle because of its spool valve which controls starts and stops.

Review:

Great air hammer. We have two in our semi trailer shop, so I decided to get my own since those are always being used. Hits hard and breaks rivet bucking tips all the time. Only issue is I’ve broken two pistons in 4 months. 50$ a pop. Probably covered under warranty but I use this every day and can’t wait for a rma/warranty ticket.

Weight: ‎3.68 pounds

Dimensions: 11.3 x 6.81 x 2.8 inches

4.6 out of 5
★★★★★

2. Chicago Pneumatic CP7150 Kit Heavy Duty Pistol Grip Air Hammer Kit

The CP7150K Heavy Duty Air Hammer has a longer piston strokes for more force per blow. The kit includes a 4 piece chisel set packed in a heavy duty carry case. Integral muffler minimizes exhaust sound. All Impact parts are heat-treated for durability and an ergonomic handle for added operator comfort. Ideal for muffler and pipe removal, body shop work, shock work, scraping rust, and light front-end work. 2100 blows per minute. Spring retainer for simple accessory changes. 0.401-Inch chisel shank opening. Specifications: chisel shank opening – 0.401-Inch, bore diameter – 3/4-Inch, cfm – 4.5, piston stroke length – 3 1/2-Inch, hose size – 3/8-Inch, blows per minute: 2100. (replaces the CP715K).

 

Review:

This thing is pretty Skookum. Definitely has improved power over the Ingersoll 114 GQC. But I got both at the same time because there are times when I need a little finer control and more rapid impacts. This thing will definitely come in handy during more than 90% of my air hammer needs. If I have something really stubborn I have a very old Ingersoll Rand chipping hammer with five and a quarter inch of stroke. That thing turns metal into butter but it is very large and tough to get in places

Weight: 4.2 pounds

Dimensions: ‎12 x 9 x 3.5 inches

4.4 out of 5
★★★★★

3. Ingersoll Rand 114GQC Air Hammer – 3 PC Chisel Set with Tapered Punch, Panel Cutter, Flat Chisel, 2-5/8 Inch stroke, 3500 BPM, Lightweight, Compact, Gray

Ingersoll Rand has stood at the vanguard of industrial innovation for over 100 year. From air compressor systems to power tools and beyond, the company manufactures products that offer best-in-class quality, reliability, durability, and performance. Ingersoll Rand is also deeply committed to building a better future. At every level of business, the company promotes environmentally sound practices to achieve progress that is truly sustainable. With offices and plants across the globe, Ingersoll Rand strives to meet the world’s growing need for clean and comfortable air, safe and fresh food, energy efficiency, and sustainability.

Review:

Great product. I have a few IR edge series tools, they are great and last for years with tons of abuse in a commercial heavy truck shop. I run 160 psi and this little air hammer packs a healthy punch!

Weight: 4.1 pounds

Dimensions: 10.3 x 8.3 x 2.3 inches

4.5 out of 5
★★★★★

4. ENEACRO 1-1/4 Inch SDS-Plus 12.5 Amp Heavy Duty Rotary Hammer Drill, Safety Clutch 3 Functions with Vibration Control Including Grease, Chisels and Drill Bits with Case

ENRH3203 heavy-duty hammer is your wise choice. It can reach 880 r/min no-load speed and 4350bpm max impact frequency applies to various working like dismounting walls, breaking floors, decorating houses, etc. With a good heat dissipation system, ENRH3203’s motor will not be at high temperature even after a long time working.

The double function switch design can extend 100% service life compared with single function switch design. Three different functions of drill, hammer and hammer drill function adapt to variety of work scenarios which are easy to switch.The safety clutch system protect users’ safety when the machine is overloading.

Review:

Weight: 16.42 pounds

Dimensions: 15.5 x 10.5 x 4.3 inches

4.7 out of 5
★★★★★

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