All alloy hammers add a lot of metal elements during the casting process, which has advantages such as high hardness, high temperature resistance, and corrosion resistance.
The all-alloy composite hammer head is made of alloy materials in the working area
While the high manganese steel hammer head refers to the steel bonded alloy embedded in the working area. Compared to high manganese steel hammers, all alloy hammers have lighter weight, higher density, better wear resistance and toughness, and their service life is more than 3-5 times that of ordinary high manganese steel hammers.
All alloy hammers are mainly used in various mining and crushing industries such as iron ore, coal gangue, mining ore, limestone, and phyllite.