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2 in. x 15 in. SDS-Max SLEDGE Steel Tile Chisel Bit

$2197
  • 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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Product Overview

The Milwaukee SDS-MAX SLEDGE 2 in. Tile Chisel stays sharper longer. Reinforced edges deliver maximum durability and reduced wear over the life of the chisel. Milwaukee engineered this tile chisel to maintain sharper edges for increased productivity. The SLEDGE Tile chisel is ideal for remodeling, including removing tiles, mortar, laminate and other composite materials. No re-sharpening or re-hardening necessary for reduced downtime. The SDS-MAX SLEDGE 2 in. Tile Chisel is for SDS MAX rotary hammers.
  • Angled head designed for prying tile
  • Ideal for removing tiles, mortar, laminate and other composite materials
  • German made
  • For use with SDS-MAX rotary hammers
  • Ideal for remodeling projects
  • High grade forged steel for maximum durability
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
1 in
Assembled Height (in.)
12 in
Assembled Width (in.)
2 in
Bit Diameter
45/64 in
Bit Length (in.)
12
Shank Diameter
3/4 in

Details

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

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Customer Reviews

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Didn’t last more than 200sf!
Bought this locally to help remove 1200sf of tile in my house and HD was the only place in town that had a floor scraper. Worked well at first, but a piece of the blade chipped off shortly after I began and it all went downhill from there... Very unimpressed with this blade. I had used one a few years ago for 1000sf of thinset removal and it worked like a charm! Wish I could remember what brand that one was...
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Response from Milwaukee ToolAug 5, 2020
Thank you for your review. I’m sorry to hear about your frustration. We’d like to learn more about your experience and provide you with support. Please feel free to contact us directly at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com. It will be our pleasure to provide support once we have received your correspondence. Thank you. -Jacob
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    This 2 in. x 15 in. Milwaukee SDS MAX Chisel Bit is a brute. When removing some old floor tile in...
    This 2 in. x 15 in. Milwaukee SDS MAX Chisel Bit is a brute. When removing some old floor tile in a bathroom you always have that section that doesn't want to come up. With the weight of the hammer drill and a little pressure I had to be careful as this bit, before you knew it, would eat right down thru the tile and thin set into the existing concrete floor if you didn't have the proper angle. High grade forged steel is what gives these bits there longevity and ability to hold an edge and makes them worth the money. It's not worth the risk to use no name aftermarket inferior bits, you pay more in the long run. Don't forget your safety glasses, mask, knee pads and gloves.
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    I’m using the Milwaukee SDS-Max tile chisel in a Milwaukee Rotary Hammer (model # 2718-22HD). Of...
    I’m using the Milwaukee SDS-Max tile chisel in a Milwaukee Rotary Hammer (model # 2718-22HD). Of course, the chisel will fit any SDS-Max mount tool, not just Milwaukee tools. I’m a homeowner/DIY’er, not a pro skilled trades-person but I do a fair amount of helping out friends and neighbors – so any ‘labor saving’ device is welcomed in my shop. The tile chisel isn’t just for removing floor tiles (at least in my book; YMMV). If you’ve ever had the “pleasure” of taking up old indoor/outdoor carpeting that had been permanently glued to a concrete porch you’d appreciate having a rotary hammer with one of these chisels mounted. This chisel makes the job ever-so-much easier than using a hand chisel and mallet. The angled end does a nice job of cleaning up the adhesive. You may want to practice in an unseen area in order to limit the surface damage done when removing the carpet/adhesive. The rotary hammer is a bit of a beast, but a lot less work than a manual sledge. You’ll want to use hearing and eye protection and put a light coating of grease on the chisel end that goes into the hammer. The grease makes it easier to extract the chisel at the end of the day. I’ve not come up with any other ‘outside the box’ uses for this chisel (yet) but it certainly works as advertised. If you have an SDS-Max hammer this angled chisel makes a nice addition to your accessories box. Fit and finish is excellent. Not a tool I’ll use every day (or month!) as a DIY’er, but it’s really nice to have on hand when the need crops up. HTH Regards, Jim
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    Typical Milwaukee quality and superb design. This baby is forged not welded for superior strength...
    Typical Milwaukee quality and superb design. This baby is forged not welded for superior strength. The end is angled just about right for the average height person to prevent fatigue on larger jobs. It feels like it is heat treated tough but not brittle. I say feels because, as a Toolmaker I can tell by the way it files, like it is semi-hard and tough. Remove that old tile quickly and easily my friend.
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          Screws came off loose within minutes of first use...
          Screws came off loose within minutes of first use
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          Response from Milwaukee ToolOct 7, 2021
          Hi Juan, we are sorry to hear that you have not had the best experience with the Milwaukee 6 in. SDS-Max SLEDGE Steel Floor Scraper Bit . Please email us at socialmedia@milwaukeetool.com so that we can assist. -Cayla with Milwaukee Tool
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