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ASME B107.410-2018

Struck Tools

This Standard provides performance and safety requirements for struck tools, including splitting wedges; glaziers’ chisels; wood chisels; ripping chisels; flooring/electricians’ chisels; handheld screw and pipe extractors; handheld and handled metal chisels, punches, and drift pins; nail sets; brick chisels, brick sets, and handheld star drills; nail-puller bars; pry bars; and slugging and striking wrenches. The tools covered herein are listed by Category number in Table 1-1. The names and intended uses given in Table 1-1 are those generally recognized. This Standard is intended to serve as a guide in selecting, testing, and using the hand tools covered herein. Details of design, testing, and use of the tools covered are specified only as they relate to safety. It is not the purpose of this Standard to specify the details of manufacturing. The designs covered by this Standard are not limited to those named or illustrated. Manufacturers may make conforming struck tools other than those listed. Consumers are requested to consult with manufacturers concerning lists of stock products. The methods employed to ensure compliance with this Standard shall be determined by the proper regulatory or administrative authority.

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