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Manufacturing quality hammers and hand tools for the working professional. For more than 80 years, Halder has been making soft-face mallets and hand tools with the utmost standards in quality. All of their products are made in Germany. And at Engineer Supply, we’re proud to carry them in our store. Feel free to look at what we have in stock, so you can find a Halder hammer that’s right for you!
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FEATURES OF HALDER


Sometimes, it’s the little things that perform indispensable services. And most people don’t even notice. Halder manufactures these things, and they make sure they work reliably. Their products can be used in a number of ways – whether it’s on the ground or in the air. They’re often essential in situations where safety and precision are important. Halder products can be hiding anywhere, and they get to where they’re needed through a sophisticated logistics system.


HALDER SOFT-FACE MALLETS


This Halder hammer works on the principle of non-rebound technology, which makes it easier and safer to use. You can find a SUPERCRAFT soft-face mallet in several configurations. Some of them have very stable hickory handles, while others have break-proof steel tube handles. You can also find one with a break-proof and flexible three-component handle. Some of them even have fluorescent steel tube handles. No matter what type of configuration you need, be sure to look at what we have at Engineer Supply.


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Located in Waukesha, WI, Halder is a supplier of standard parts in both metric units and inches. All of them are manufactured by top-rated manufacturers from Germany, while also providing a high level of service. They manufacture a number of tools in the following categories:

1. Gardening and Landscaping

Halder Simplex Soft-face Mallet

People who work in these industries have to deal with difficult conditions, so they need tools that will give them the utmost in dependability. Halder’s soft-face mallets have been precisely engineered for this type of work. They’re robust, reliable, and have a great deal of adaptability.

2. Floor Layer

Simplex Soft-face Mallet

If you work in this industry, you will appreciate any tool that can make your job easier. That’s why Halder designs soft-face mallets (including the SECURAL) that will meet the requirements of this particular trade.

3. Glazier/Window Construction

Halder 19.29 In. Simplex Mallet

Whether you use them for glazing or installing windows and glass doors, the soft-face mallets from Halder will make sure you don’t break anything or leave blemishes.

4. Agriculture/Forestry

Halder 12.99 In. Simplex Mallet

Driving in stakes, splitting or wedging wood, and inspecting trees are all jobs related to agriculture and forestry. Halder has the right tools for this type of work. They’re distinguished by their quality workmanship, and they make a variety of tools that will allow you to work without experiencing fatigue or strain on your joints.

5. Metalworking Industry

Halder 15.94 In. Simplex Mallet

Positioning workpieces, loosening flanges, adjusting pipelines, aligning frames, and opening molds are some of the jobs related to the metalworking industry. And the work being done in this trade is just as varied as the soft-face mallets made by Halder (which include the SIMPLEX, SUPERCRAFT, and SECURAL). You can even customize their configurations to meet your specific needs.

6. Upholsterer/Saddler

Halder 30.71 In. Simplex Long Handle Mallet

Working in the upholstery and saddling trades can be full of challenges (from gentle stripping of upholstered furniture to punching holes with a great deal of force). Halder has the right type of hammer for whichever job you need to do.

7. Joinery

Halder 15.94 In. Simplex Mallet

There’s no such thing as one hammer that can do it all (not if you take your job seriously). There are a variety of tasks that require different levels of force. Some jobs require you to detach an old door jamb, while other tasks (such as working on valuable pieces of furniture) involve more delicate taps. That’s why Halder carries a variety of soft-face mallets that can be customized to meet the needs of everyone in this trade.

8. Tinsmith Work

Halder 12.99 in. Simplex Mallet

There’s a clear difference between a crimping job and applying sound strikes on piping. At Halder, you can find a hammer in the configuration you need regardless of the application (whether it’s the smaller BASEPLEX hammer or the FERROPLEX combi hammer). And all of them are manufactured with premium quality. They will even be gentle on your joints and work area.

9. Maintenance/Repair

Halder 31.5 in. Simplex Sledge Hammer

Maintenance and repair work can involve a number of different jobs. But by using Halder’s soft-face mallets, you will be able to take on any type of challenge (whether it’s assembling gearboxes and engine blocks or changing wheels). Even if you need to perform a more delicate task (such as loosening a plastic panel), Halder has a tool that’s right for you.

10. Carpentry/Timber Framer

Halder Simplex Sledgehammer

Whether you need to place a roof truss, position a beam, or secure vapor barriers, Halder has the right kind of tool for your specific application. Halder has a number of tools that can make your work easier (whether it’s the SIMPLEX soft-face mallet, the SIMPLEX sledgehammer, or one of their magnetic holders).

 Engineer Supply is proud to offer a variety of Halder hand tools, so feel free to look at what we have in stock.


Frequently Asked Questions

Where are Halder tools made?

For more than 80 years, Halder’s soft-face mallets and forestry tools have set the finest standard in terms of manufacturing quality. And all of them have the “Made in Germany” label. That’s why Engineer Supply is proud to carry their products in our store.

What size is a Halder hammer?

Halder’s soft-face mallets are available in diameter sizes from 30 mm to 60 mm, with 60mm models coming with rubber inserts as well as in a “stand up” configuration. All of their parts can be replaced or retrofitted, which can provide you with a great deal of savings in cost and resources.

Is a mallet stronger than a hammer?

If you need to drive nails through walls, remove them, or pry things apart, then a hammer would be the right tool. It requires more physical strength and power when you’re using it. It will also leave more marks, scratches, and scuffs when it makes contact with the surface. If you need to drive wooden pieces together or hit a chisel without damaging its tip, then a mallet would be the better choice. Its purpose is to strike a blow onto a soft material without damaging its surrounding area.

What is the history of the Halder company?

The company was founded by a German engineer named Erwin Halder, who patented the SIMPLEX soft-face mallet in 1938. It built its first factory in 1940 after it filed with the Register of Companies. By 1948, Halder manufactured a number of standard parts that were used for cutting, punching, and drawing. Since then, the company has grown and developed into a thriving corporation.

Where can I purchase a Halder hand tool?

If you want to find one of the best places to purchase Halder hand tools, Engineer Supply has everything you need. We have a variety of tools from top-rated manufacturers, and we can offer them to you at a reasonable price. Feel free to look at what we have in stock, so you can find a Halder hammer that’s right for you!

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