We sell slate hammers, which are used when repairing, restoring, or installing slate roofs. They can also cut, trim, shape and punch holes in roofing slates. Our restoration style slate hammers are excellent for general carpentry and construction work too!
Top-quality, German slate hammer for all types of slate roofing work. Also makes a great all-around hammer for carpentry and construction. Solid steel (not tubular) shank, rugged and comfortable, leather grip. Features a cross-hatch face and a magnet in head for holding iron nails.
This hammer weighs 2.05 pounds (32.8 ounces) or 929.86 grams overall. 12.375 inches long, 7 inches wide head. Pointed claw end punches holes in roofing slate. Great for slate roof restoration work as it can beat on a slate ripper with ease. This, along with the Picard 0059010, are our two best general roofer's hammers. You can't go wrong when you buy this tool.
Stortz Model 83B Right-Handed or 83C Left-Handed Slate Hammer (select below).This is the traditional German-made slate hammer with the beveled shank for cutting roof slate on site. Forged of high quality tool steel and made to the most exacting standards.Point, claw and hammer face are specially heat treated to withstand tough use. The claw at center is made for pulling nails without damaging the slate. The beveled edge on the midsection is used for trimming slate, along with a slaters stake. An all-leather handle is included.
23 ounces (650 grams). Face 3/4 inch X 7/8 inch, 12.75 inches long, 8.5 inch head
A slate hammer is a necessary tool for any slate roofer. It’s lightweight, multi-purpose, and is easily used on the roof. The major functions of a slate hammer are to cut and trim slate, punch holes in slate, and to drive nails during installation. Cutting thicker slates (thicker than a quarter inch) is also possible with the use of a hammer and stake. This slate hammer is not meant to be used to hit the back on a slate ripper to remove slate. Use a slaters restoration hammer for beating on rippers such as the Picard 0079010 Roofers Hammer.
- A checkered face allows for less grazing and slips when hitting nails.
- The point of a hammer is used for punching holes in slate.
- The double sided nail claw is versatile both ways to remove nails.
- The beveled shank is used for trimming slate in combination with a slater's stake.
- A bell patterned leather handle provides comfortable to grip.
Standard European-style carpenter's hammer, also a perfect slate roof restoration hammer useful for all types of construction work, including framing. Anyone who works on slate roofs should have one of these. The hammer is designed for slate roof repair, restoration, and installation. A Slate Roof Warehouse exclusive and you can't beat this price anywhere! Free shipping in the USA (not including Alaska and Hawaii).
The weight is in the head, not the shank, so it's ideal for beating on a slate ripper and for pounding roofing nails all day long. Punches nail holes in roofing slates.
This is a well-balanced hammer with a comfortable rubber grip. It weighs 28 ounces, is 12 inches long and has a 6 3/4 inch long head. It has a smooth face and no magnet. Made in China.
This European-style carpenter's hammer is designed for slate roof repair and restoration, slate roof installation, and general construction. The weight is in the head, not the shank, so it's ideal for beating on a slate ripper and for pounding nails all day long.
You can't find a slating hammer at this price anywhere but here. Pointed claw punches nail holes in roofing slates. This is a well-balanced hammer with a comfortable contoured rubber grip. It weighs 28 ounces, is 12 inches long and has a 6 3/4 inch long head. It has a cross-hatch face and a magnet. Made in China.
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Model 51000 slate hammer. Hand-forged hammer made in Germany, fully heat-treated and polished, fitted with an all leather bell-style grip.The nail puller is slotted on the sides of the claw. Square checkered hammer face offers sharp corners. Beveled shank for cutting slates on either side of the hammer. 23.7 ounces (672 gm), 12.75 inches long, 8.5 inch head, 3/4 inch X 3/4 inch face. Use this hammer with a slaters stake when cutting slate.