bush hammer


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bush hammer

[′bu̇sh ‚ham·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A hand-held or power-driven hammer that has a serrated face containing pyramid-shaped points and is used to dress a concrete or stone surface.

bush hammer

A hammer having a serrated face containing many pyramid-shaped points; used to dress a concrete or stone surface; originally a hand tool but now usually power driven. (See illustration p. 156.)
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