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1 in. x 16 in. SDS-Max SLEDGE Steel Flat Chisel Bit

$1897
  • Milwaukee SLEDGE Chisels stay sharper longer
  • Reinforced edges deliver maximum durability and reduce wear
  • Engineered to maintain sharper edges for increased productivity
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The Milwaukee SDS-MAX SLEDGE 1 in. X 16 in. Flat Chisel stays sharper longer. Reinforced edges deliver maximum durability and reduced wear over the life of the chisel. Engineered to maintain sharper edges for increased productivity. Featuring a longer tip length vs. standard chisels for maximum life. The SLEDGE Flat Chisel is ideal for general chipping and breaking concrete. No re-sharpening or re-hardening is necessary, reducing downtime. The SDS-MAX SLEDGE 1 in. X 16 in. Flat Chisel is designed for use with SDS MAX rotary hammers and offers longer life in concrete demolition over standard Milwaukee chisels. The high grade forged steel delivers maximum durability.
  • Longer tip length vs. standard chisels for maximum life
  • Ideal for general chipping and breaking concrete
  • No re-sharpening or re-hardening necessary for reduced down time
  • For use with SDS-MAX rotary hammers
  • Longer life in concrete demolition over standard Milwaukee chisels
  • High grade forged steel for maximum durability
  • German made
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
1 in
Assembled Height (in.)
16 in
Assembled Width (in.)
.625 in
Bit Diameter
1 in
Bit Length (in.)
16
Shank Diameter
45/64 in

Details

Bit Material
Carbide
Drill Bit Type
Flat Chisel
Drill Bit Type(s) Included
Masonry Bit,Percussion Bit
Individual/Set
Individual
Material Application
Brick,Concrete
Returnable
90-Day
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
SDS Max
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

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VERY RELIABLE, FIRM, SHARP, CLEAN CUTTING. I DOES THE JOB. I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT
VERY RELIABLE, FIRM, SHARP, CLEAN CUTTING. I DOES THE JOB. I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT
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Behold! Excalibur! I took this MILWAUKEE 1 IN. CARBIDE SDS-MAX FLAT CHISEL BIT out to the yard to...
Behold! Excalibur! I took this MILWAUKEE 1 IN. CARBIDE SDS-MAX FLAT CHISEL BIT out to the yard to challenge some of the boulders on my property I'd like to arrange a lot more to my advantage. I began to push it into a stone attached to the hammer drill and it sunk in like butter. I said to myself,"This is working very well". Then when I was satisfied I'd had my way with this boulder and this big rock would soon be more littler rocks, I went to withdraw it. There was a problem, it was stuck in there. Said to myself,"This reminds me of an old story".(The Sword in the Stone) It was buried in the rock and not coming out. So I got a sledge hammer and pounded it up and down and then side to side. I was finally able to withdraw it. After beating on it with the sledge hammer it was not bent in the least. So starting again, I used it to nibble away at the rock, knocking smaller pieces off. Make no mistake, if you put this in the hammer drill and start working, you WILL work hard. But when you are working this is a great bit to help you get the job done. Milwaukee tools, synonymous with quality. This one is made in Germany. Another indication of quality. It is a great addition to the SDS Max toolkit. Not a bad price either. After drilling at the rock for about an hour it was still sharp, still had a nice edge.
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The Milwaukee 1 in. x 16 in. SDS MAX Chisel is one of three I used in removing old (30+ yrs. old)...
The Milwaukee 1 in. x 16 in. SDS MAX Chisel is one of three I used in removing old (30+ yrs. old) floor tile in a small bathroom. Of the three, and being only one inch wide, this is what I dubbed my "fine tune" chisel. It was for those small spots where the old thin set seemed to be permanently bonded to the slab. With the right angle and the plus 21 pounds of my hammer drill you have a lot more control in removing the old stuff without damaging the slab. It is said this is a "self-sharpening" bit. It is made in Germany from high grade forged steel not like "other" no name, after market and no specs. on what type steel or how it is forged. Hint, always put a little high grade grease on the end before installing in the the chuck. Good hammer drills are not cheap, so don't use cheap bits and chisels. Milwaukee drill Milwaukee bits.
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I’m a homeowner/DIY’er not a pro skilled trades-person, so this review comes from that standpoint...
I’m a homeowner/DIY’er not a pro skilled trades-person, so this review comes from that standpoint. I’m using the Milwaukee SDS-Max chisel (model 48-62-4252) in a Milwaukee rotary hammer (model # 2718-22), but the chisel will work in any brand of SDS-Max chuck. You’ll want to remember to put a little grease on the mount end before mounting in the hammer. These chisels go under a lot of pressure and can get warm and it’s not a good thing to get one stuck in the hammer. Using eye and hearing protection is a must. I use over-the-head earmuffs and a full-face shield. In use this chisel does a great job of breaking up the concrete bits and pieces we frequently find when trying to plant roses or other bushes. The builders of the house simply plowed existing rubble under, covered it with topsoil and called it good. Breaking up bricks, rebar concrete blocks, etc. into bits small enough to put into buckets for disposal is a real trudge with a hand chisel and mallet. With the SDS-Max chisel in a rotary hammer it’s a piece of cake (it's still work, but compared to using a sledge hammer, it really is a piece of cake. YMMV). The chisel is supposed to be ‘self-sharpening’; I don’t think I’ve put it under enough stress to actually dull the tool – it just keeps chomping away at the concrete and brick. It works as advertised, fit and finish is excellent, and Home Depot offers a 90-day return policy. It’s saving me a lot of work swinging a 5-pound sledge – and that always rates 5 stars in my book. HTH Regards, Jim
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