Irwin TM373 Bevel Edge Chisel Splitproof 1/4

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blade width: 6mm
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Product details
Features
  • Length
    12 cm
  • Width
    6 mm
  • Weight
    1 kg
  • Material
    Plastic, Steel, Cellulose
  • Shape
    Corner
  • Blade length
    9 cm
  • Blade width
    6 mm
  • Warranty
    1 year
  • NF certification
    NF120
  • ManoMano Reference
    ME55639352
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Description

Irwin: TM373 Bevel Edge Chisel Splitpoof 1/4"

Irwin Hardened and tempered one piece steel blade, used for chamfering, dovetailing and making clean cuts in tight corners.
With 'splitproof' handles which are designed to absorb hammer blows and hard demanding woodwork.
MPN: TM37314
EAN: 0734442197881 Irwin TM373 Bevel Edge Chisel Splitpoof 1/4"

TM373 Bevel Edge Chisel Splitpoof 1/4" Attributes:

Blade Length: 90mm
Blade Material: Steel
Blade Width: 6mm
End Type: Bevel
Handle Length: 120mm
Handle Material: Cellulose Acetate Butyrate
MFR Part No.: TM37314
Overall Length: 90mm
Product Type: Wood Chisel
Protection Features: Splitproof
Special Features: Splitproof
Type: Wood Chisel
About The Brand
IRWIN
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IRWIN is a leading manufacturer of hand tools and power tools, primarily for the professional market. The company was founded in 1885 in Martinsville, Ohio. Fun fact: its founder was a pharmacist, Charles Irwin, who called it the Irwin Auger Bit Company, because it was primarily a bit and bit-making shop. Irwin had bought the patent rights from a nearby blacksmith for a flat wood bit with cutting lugs, making woodworking easier. At the same time, and later in Nebraska, another blacksmith, William Petersen (descended from Danish immigrants), also had a bright idea: to create vise-grips with a more powerful grip, thanks to the famous Vise-grip design. He patented the invention and set up the Petersen Manufacturing Company; previously, he had sold his pliers from the boot of his car. In 1993, the two companies merged: the Petersen Manufacturing Company, now the American Tool Companies, acquired Irwin Tool Company, before the group became part of the Newell Rubbermaid group, founded in 1903. Irwin has since moved its headquarters to Huntersville, North Carolina. In addition to Vise-Grip, Irwin boasts a broad portfolio of innovations, including Jack for its saws, Quick-Grip for its clamps, Speedbor for its flat bits... Since 1961, Irwin has sponsored the Irwin Tools Night Race, a stock-car race in the American NASCAR championship.
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