Flat chisel

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a sculptor's chisel for smoothing.
- Knight.

See also: Flat

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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If you have just a few areas that need work, use a hammer and cold chisel to knock out the old mortar, but for more extensive work, plan on getting a rotary hammer drill fitted with, a flat chisel to make the job go a heck of a lot quicker.
This tool is ideal for drilling holes larger than a half-inch in concrete, brick and stone, as well as for chipping masonry surfaces with a flat chisel or a point.
* Available in three lengths for various applications, the HB 4200 options include the moil point for multi-purpose use, the flat chisel for rock breaking and demolition and the blunt tool for rock breaking, concrete and reducing oversized material.
Sometimes referred to as a "Shape 1" tool this is basically a flat chisel beveled on both sides.
flat chisel for general work (Photo 4) and a pointed bit for tight work and extra thick or hard concrete.