The Mayhew 25078 Knurled 3/4 in. – 19 mm Brass Drift Punch is 12 in. long and used for non-marring applications and designed to inhibit sparking. These tools are made of consumable brass. These knurled handles tools are great for when you need a tool that won’t mar or spark. Mayhew has a full line of brass tools to meet anyone’s needs.
- Smooth polished finish
- Non-marring/non-sparking, will not damage harder steel materials
- Knurled handle for a more secure grip
- Popular uses: aligning steel, car repairs, gun smiting/ repairing, oil, gas, chemical and mining applications
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- Great drift punch set
- Popular uses: aligning, repairing applications
- Number of Pieces: 1
- Tools Product Type: Hand Tool
- Handle Material: Brass
- Nail set/punch: Punch
- Hand Tool Type: Individual Punch/Nail Setter
- Individual/Set: Individual
- Tip size (in.): 1
- Handle Length (in.): 1
- Assembled Depth (in.): 12 in
- Assembled Width (in.): 0.75 in
- Assembled Height (in.): 0.75 in
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
This is a substantial piece of brass that is made to tight tolerance and very well finished. This drift punch measures 3/4 inch by 12 inches and weighs 1.615 pounds,. At one end are two raised patterns, with a flat spot in between where Made in the USA and company markings are stamped, to help hold the punch steady with a sweaty hand as you hammer it. This is a nice tool.
The 3/4 in. – 19 mm x 12 in. Brass Drift Punch, is a great tool for your work shop.It has 100’s of uses, like tapping in alignment pins, tapping out bolts, setting rivets, etc. Good when working on equipment, that will not mar your steel parts. It has a good knurled end for easy gripping and has a good weight to it. Made by Mayhew Steel and best of all, it’s made in the USA. Be Safe and don’t forget to Wear Safety Goggles.
This has been a great addition to the tools in my little shop. I use it mostly for knocking out wheel bearing races. It does a great job without harming the surrounding areas whereas a steel rod can cause some serious damage if you are not extremely careful. I really like the knurled section at the top of the punch. This gives you a much better grip when your hands are greasy.