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A moil point is a type of tool used in demolition and construction work. It is a pointed, cone-shaped tool that is attached to the end of a demolition hammer or breaker. The moil point is used to break up concrete, asphalt, or other materials by striking them with the pointed end. The shape of the moil point allows it to concentrate the force of the impact into a small area, making it more effective at breaking up hard materials. Moil points come in different shapes and sizes, and can be selected based on the specific material being broken and the size of the demolition tool being used.

In quarries and for the majority demolition work, moil points are often used. They can be used to break up slag in steel mills and demolish foundations. They can also be utilized in mining for road drift-age and road shoots.

Demolition Moil