Wilton B.A.S.H. Striking Tools
WILTON® B.A.S.H.® striking tools handle the toughest tasks on the job site. They feature Unbreakable® Handle Technology that ensures the handle holds up even after multiple overstrikes. The secret is reinforcing steel bars inside the handle and a steel plate that locks the head in place to prevent it from becoming detached. There are multiple types of striking tools in our collection, including Wilton dead blow hammers, sledge hammers, splitting mauls and ball pein hammers.
For maximum impact force and limited bounce back, B.A.S.H. dead blow hammers are essential when tackling woodworking, metal fabricating, automotive and HVAC jobs. They feature soft heads made of vulcanized rubber; the lack of exposed metal makes them safe for use around combustible materials and prevents damage to work surfaces. They work well for striking chisels, driving nails, aligning parts and assembling joints.
B.A.S.H. sledge hammers are ideal for removing concrete slabs, pushing through exterior walls and driving bolts into concrete. Like many Wilton tools, some of these sledge hammers feature Hi-Vis coloring on the head. This makes these Wilton B.A.S.H. striking tools easy to spot on the job site as well as amongst other tools.
Whether you're attaching two pieces of wood together with the support of Wilton wood vises, a ball pein hammer and a fastener or you're splitting wood with a splitting maul, there are particular qualities you'll enjoy in each B.A.S.H. tool. They feature a non-slip, textured handle that helps you securely hold them while striking. For improved comfort and reduced fatigue, they also feature an ergonomically designed, tapered neck that reduces vibration felt during use and prevents workplace injuries. Each B.A.S.H. sledge hammer and striking tool comes with a lanyard hole as well, which lets you attach the hammer to your wrist for safety.
No matter the task you're undertaking on the job site, Wilton has the tools for it. Hold your materials securely with Wilton bench vises, tear away concrete with a B.A.S.H. sledge hammer or pound in fasteners with a dead blow hammer. Find the tools that keep you safe and suit your needs now.