A hand tool for lifting loose material; consists of a curved container or scoop and a handle. ; A fire iron consisting of a small shovel used to scoop coals or ashes in a fireplace.
Shovels are used for digging in many different areas. Whether you need to dig into the dirt for gardening purposes, or if you need a shovel for construction, you’re going to be getting very familiar with this tool. It’s the most common tool that anyone will use when needing to dig into the ground.
Digging Bar – 1.5m
This bar is great for general demolition tasks as well as breaking up hard ground before digging. It is double-ended, with a squared point at one end - perfect for breaking up material, and an angled chisel at the other - to allow leverage and prying. Features:
- 6kg weight.
- Designed for demolition.
- High quality hardened steel construction.
- Square pointed end.
- Angled chisel end.
Digging Bar – 1.8M
The Digging Bar is manufactured from high-grade heat-treated steel bar, digging bars have a hexagonal profile shank with a pencil point at one end, and a 50mm (2in) flat chisel edge at the other. Used for breaking rock or concrete and for levering heavy objects.
Forge Max – Round Nose Shovel
All shovels are hot-formed from high carbon steel for maximum strength and durability. Round nose shovels are typically used in the building industry.
Forge Max – Square Nose Shovel
Scoop, scrape and break up soil with this square nose shovel
Forge Max Round Nose Shovel
Forge Max round nose shovel
Forge Premium – Round Nose Shovel
Forge Premium- Square Nose Shovel
Fork – Stainless Steel, Comfort Grip
- Polished stainless steel head
- Comfortable soft grip handle
Garden Handy Fork Carbon Steel
Hand forks allow you to get close to the soil when working in flower beds, garden borders, tubs, planters etc. They are used to help loosen the soil, for weeding and for planting and transplanting. They are simply a hand version of the larger garden digging or border fork. Top 10 Best Buyer Rated Garden Hand Forks