Shot peened for added strength and surface hardness
Hex shank fits brute demolition hammers as well as pneumatic hammers
Uses: Ideal all purpose tool used for general demolition work in concrete, asphalt and other materials
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FAQs About Moil Points
Trust United Rentals’ selection of air tool accessories, including moil point chisels, for your next rental. Consisting of a solid bar with a pointed end, these moil points are ideal for demolition work and allow for concentrated power and breakage. Moil points, also referred to as bull points, work as a chisel that breaks concrete, stone and asphalt. Designed for use with air hammers or pneumatic drills, our selection of moil points has both oval collared and round collar options. Moil points are commonly used in various worksite applications, like laying cable or loosening brick, making them a must-have for any jobsite. Learn more about moil points in our FAQ section below.
A moil point is a long, pointed chisel attachment with a tapered tip, designed for use with a hydraulic hammer. Moil point tools allow for optimum positioning and are commonly used across industries. Need more help? Contact one of our equipment experts for further guidance.
What is a bull point chisel used for?
Bull point chisels, also known as moil points, are designed to easily chip, chisel and break materials in both construction and demolition. Due to their smaller size, they’re ideal for breaking in narrow areas or spaces with loose concrete.
What is a rivet buster?
A rivet buster is a type of chisel designed to remove or break rivets, a kind of metal fastener, as well as general breaking and cutting. Moil point rivet busters are often used for smaller, concentrated breaking and chipping applications, as well as driving and removing rivets.