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The hammers are constructed of high quality carbon steel, properly quenched and tempered.

Our hammer heads are usually made of steel that has been heat treated to increase hardness, and the handles are usually made of wood or plastic.

A full range of striking tools are available in various configurations and technical specifications, including ball-end hammers, stone hammers, claw hammers, mallets and more.

Used in a wide range of driving, forming, crushing and non-destructive striking applications.

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Different tool combinations, different sizes and materials with cheap price, to meet a variety of application needs

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We handle every part of the hammer manufacturing process in-house. Our factory is divided into several departments to ensure the quality of hammer production:

Heat treatment

One of the most important steps in making a hammer is controlling the temper or hardness of the hammer head. Choosing the right steel is a very important start. The hammers are heat-treated to ensure that each striking face has the precise hardness and toughness for the different jobs they have to do.


From wood, rebar and rubber to the finished product, FOXWOLL controls every step of the manufacture of the hammer handle. According to the different needs of customers, we choose hammer products of different materials to effectively ensure the service life of the hammer and provide additional strength without affecting the balance or elasticity of the tool.

Quality control

To meet the needs of different jobs, FOXWOLL is constantly improving and conducting field tests, with our quality department working with different departments at each stage and process to ensure the quality of the final product. Our inspection technology provides accurate data readings, backed by the keen perception of our inspectors, allowing us to faithfully meet your requirements.

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Strong Supply Chain

FOXWOLL has 16 years of experience in tool procurement. We cooperate with 50+ parts factories; the 2000㎡ warehouse logistics center guarantees timely delivery for you. You can purchase hammers in FOXWOLL without any worries.

Price Advantage

We have our own hammer manufacturing factory, which can reduce costs from the source and various production links, so that we can provide our customers with competitive prices

R & D capabilities

From the unique curve of the claw to the setting of the handle and the shape of the head, FOXWOLL's R&D team focuses on understanding market challenges and needs, and is committed to developing hammers that meet market and customer needs

Logistics Services

Hammer manufacturing services cover more than 200 customers around the world, with multiple options for sea and air transportation, and can be directly shipped to designated warehouses

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Hammer Manufacturing Company

We are one of the trusted hammer manufacturers, suppliers and exporters in the international market. Our hammers are expertly developed and engineered, using high-quality metal and the latest technology to precisely design these tools to industry-mandated specifications. Hardened and tempered, these products are prized for their strong construction, wear resistance and longer functionality.

Our goal is to provide you with the best possible customer experience, whether you need more information about our OEM hammers, or need help ordering, FOXWOLL is here for you!

Hammer FAQ Guide

1. What is hammer?

hammer is a tool, most often a hand tool, consisting of a weighted “head” fixed to a long handle that is swung to deliver an impact to a small area of an object. This can be, for example, to drive nails into wood, shape metal (as with a forge), or to crush rock. Hammers are used for a wide range of driving, shaping, breaking, and non-destructive striking applications. 

Any of the several devices that resemble this in appearance, motion, or application, such as a gavel, a mallet for playing the xylophone, or a lever that hits a doorbell, include a solid head that is typically made of metal and is mounted crosswise on a handle. In general carpentry, nail pulling, cabinet manufacturing, furniture assembly, upholstery, finishing, riveting, bending or shaping metal, striking masonry drills and steel chisels, and other tasks, hammers are utilized. Hammers are created with their intended use in mind. hammer, a tool made for repeatedly striking something. Different functions call for a variety of designs and weights. Hand hammers have a handle and a striking head, with the metal head frequently having a hole in the middle for the wooden handle.


2. What is a hammer used for?

Hammers are available in a variety of weights and sizes, each one intended for a particular job. There are hammers for use in many different trades, including blacksmithing, carpentry, and vehicle repair. Using a hammer that isn’t designed for the job might increase work requirements, increase the risk of injury, or even damage fasteners and work surfaces. So, instead of improvising with a small set of hammers, it’s best practice to have a sizable collection of hammers in your workshop if you don’t already. The claw end of these hammers is just as handy for prying, splitting wood, breaking drywall, and other small demolition chores even though they all have a round head for driving nails. On a claw hammer, the claw is curved; on framing hammers, it is straight.

3. What are hammers made of?

A hammer is a little tool that is used to strike something else. It consists of a handle to which a large, frequently metal, head with one or more hitting surfaces is connected. There are numerous varieties of hammers. The most typical tool for driving and pulling nails is a claw hammer. Sledge hammers and ball-peen hammers are two further common varieties. Hammers are typically used to hit metal things and have metal heads. One illustration is the curved claw hammer used to drive nails into wood. The framing hammer, which has a straight claw that can be driven between nailed boards to break them apart, is another type of hammer. When temporary forms or supports need to be removed during major construction, it is frequently used.

4. What are the different types of hammers?

There are different types of hammers available in the market and you may choose any type of hammer as per your need.  Some of the popular hammer includes…

Claw Hammer – A claw hammer is a type of hammer principally utilized in carpentry to drive or remove nails from wood. The claw end of these hammers is just as handy for prying, splitting wood, breaking drywall, and other small demolition chores even though they all have a round head for driving nails. On a claw hammer, the claw is curved; on framing hammers, it is straight.

Ball Pein Hammer – A machinist’s hammer often referred to as a ball-peen or ball-pein hammer, is a kind of peening hammer used in metalworking. The ball-peen hammer was initially developed to be used for peening, or hammer-shaping metal products. The head’s one end has a spherical form on one side for this reason. Driving is done with the flat end on the other.

Cross and Straight Pein  Hammer – The cross pein might be smooth, rough, flat, rounded, or pointy. In metalworking, stoneworking, blacksmithing, or woodworking, a cross, ball, or straight pein hammer may be employed.

Cross Pein Pin Hammer – Carpenter’s hammers, also known as cross pein hammers or peen hammers, are used to drive in nails. Warrington Pattern Hammers is another name for them.

Club Hammer – A little sledgehammer known as a drilling hammer, club hammer, lump hammer, crack hammer, mini-sledge, or thor hammer can be used one-handedly and is quite lightweight.

Sledge Hammer – A sledgehammer is a tool with a long handle and a broad, flat head that is frequently made of metal. Compared to hammers intended to drive nails, the sledgehammer’s long handle and heavy head allow it to build momentum throughout a stroke and exert a significant amount of power.

Joiner’s Mallet  – A fantastic first tool to make is a joiners mallet. It is not only a very helpful tool, but it also offers a tremendous opportunity for skill development. With minimal tools and firewood, this straightforward project may be completed in a single day.

Soft-faced Hammers – A hammer made to provide driving force without scratching surfaces is known as a soft-faced hammer or mallet. By temporarily deforming more than a metal hammer would, they also lessen the force that is transferred back to the user’s arm or hand.

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5. What does a hammer look like?

The tool’s striking surface is often flat or slightly rounded; on occasion, the impacting mass’s opposite end takes the shape of a ball, as in the case of a ball-peen hammer. To pick up tacks, some upholstery hammers include a magnetized face. The flat hammer head of the hatchet might not be as important as the blade. In price charts of financial assets, a hammer candlestick is a sort of bullish reversal candlestick with one candle. The hammer appears as a candlestick with a short body at the top and little to no upper wick.

6. What hammer should i buy?

The handle and the head of a hammer are only the most basic components. The common layperson may not realize it, but the modest hammer has more to offer. We contacted Charlie Vaughan, a fifth-generation hammer maker, to find out more about the hammer, which models and features are suitable for everyone from a seasoned pro to a novice DIYer. It all boils down to how the hammer feels in your palm and how you want to use it. Here is everything you need to know about buying a hammer, along with some of our best product suggestions.

7. Which hammer is most commonly used?

A claw hammer is one of the most popular styles of hammers and is used to drive or extract nails from objects. It can be recognized by its name-giving claw and flat head. Ball peen hammers are better suited for heavy hammering than claw hammers normally are. Softer steel alloys are frequently used to make claw hammers. After four years of testing with 21 hammers, we recommend a 16-ounce, steel-handled tool with curved claws that is a go-to for carpenters worldwide and practically ideal for any household task. The ideal all-purpose hammer weight is typically 16 ounces. It can perform some light work and some framing.

8. How to use hammer?

The basic mechanism of a hammer is the conversion of mechanical work into kinetic energy and back. The hammer head stores a certain amount of kinetic energy in the swing that comes before each stroke, which is equal to the swing’s length D times the force f generated by the arm muscles and gravity. Put on safety goggles, glasses, or a face shield (with safety glasses or goggles). With the striking face parallel to the surface being struck, deliver a square hammer stroke. Never strike over or under or with glancing blows. Hammers with bevelled faces have a lower chance of breaking or chipping.

9. What is the cost of hammer?

If you just buy one alone, the price ranges from tens to hundreds of the price of the hammer depends on many factors. Based on what type of hammer you are using, the price can be set. whether you need a large size hammer or short size hammer, check the quality, and manufacturer and then choose the best hammer. The price of the hammer depends on many factors. choose the best type of hammer as per your need. choose the best deal online now! If you will buy online, you will get attractive offers and discounts. choose the best deal online now!

10. If you are an e-commerce operator, what can FOXWOLL do for you?

If you will choose the FOXWOLL company, then you will get the best quality hammer all the time. we are a China-based manufacturing company and we have proper tools and equipment through which we can able provide the best quality hammer all the time. They have proper tools and equipment through which they can able to provide you bulk quantity services. Choose the best type of hammer and ask for a quote. If you are an eCommerce operator and looking for the best quality hammer lots, then choose the best type of service. you will get attractive offers and discounts as per your need.  

11. What services can you enjoy with FOXWOLL?

If you will choose FOXWOLL, then any buyer can get attractive offers and discounts. You will get attractive offers and we also provide the best-discounted prices. We also offer a competitive price and we also offer strong customer care service. we offer after-sale service as well. We are also able to offer customized packaging services as well. We also provide strong customer care service. We have a large production volume and one-to-one customer service. Choose the best quality service as per your need and requirement. we can offer you bulk quantity service as per your need. Find the best deal from us. if you will provide bulk quantity production then we will provide the great discount.

12. What hammer products does FOXWOLL offer?

We have a large production volume, strong customer care service, and after-sale service as well. we always provide tasted and verified quality hammers to our customers. Contact us to know more details about the quality hammers and details. Check and select any type of hammer as per your need. if you wish, you can also contact us through the mail and we will reply within 24 hours. Our main priority is to deliver always the best quality service which lasts long. we can provide you with bulk quantity products and we can customize packing and shipping as per your destination. we also offer attractive offers and discounts if you will provide us with bulk quantity. 

13. What is the process of working with FOXWOLL?

If you will place an order with us, we have some processes which we need to follow all the time. First, we need to confirm the contract with our customers. then you have to make an advance payment. once you have done payment then we will place our order into factory production. then we will deliver products within time. Now, if you need to customize products then we have an expert designer then will check the design and make the first samples based on your design. we will send a sample free of cost. once you check the sample then we will process it further. we have an easy process and if you follow the process you will get the best quality hammer all the time.

14. What type of hammer is best?

There are different types of hammers available in the market but you have to choose the best type of hammer as per your need. One of the most common tools used by skilled homeowners to finish a variety of DIY projects is a hammer. 

The strongest handles are made of steel. When it comes to overall strength, it’s difficult to match a solid or welded piece of steel. Although steel is the strongest option, it is also the heaviest, and this additional weight does not necessarily translate into stronger hammers.

15. What is the difference between a framing hammer and a claw hammer?

For heavy wood construction, particularly house framing and concrete formwork, a framing hammer is a type of claw hammer. It has a straight claw, a wood, metal, or fiberglass handle, and is a powerful rip hammer. For steel, head weights range from 20 to 32 ounces, while for titanium, it ranges from 12 to 16 ounces. A claw hammer is a type of hammer principally utilized in carpentry to drive or remove nails from wood. A claw hammer has traditionally been employed in woodworking, although it can also be utilized in other situations. Choose the best type of hammer as per your need.  There are different types of hammers available in the market and you may choose any type of hammer as per your need. if you choose us, we will provide you best quality hammer which lasts long. Grab the best deal online now or ask for a quote.

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