Reinforced Steel Pick Axe Mattock (Shock Absorbing Hardwood Handle)

£47.94

  • FORGED STEEL BLADE
    The reinforced forged steel blade is an alloy of carbon and iron that is compressed under extreme pressure to make a very hard and strong substance - hardened and tempered for durability. The bonus of forged steel is that the metal becomes stronger than equivalent types that are cast or machined.
  • HARDWOOD HANDLE
    Harder woods are more resistant to dents and dings than softer woods. This is the main reason why fine furniture, cabinets, and premium trim work are usually made of hardwood. Hardwood simply stands up better to everyday use and abuse.
  • HANDLE DESIGN
    The hardwood handle is designed so it can harnesses the downward force of a swing
  • LANDSCAPING
    A wide range of tasks that fall under the remit of landscaping can be undertaken with the use of a pick axe. Normal soil that has become dry and hardened can normally be broken up with a shovel. However, this will be more difficult when it comes to hard clay and hard rocky-type soils. Using the sharp end of the axe will enable you to break up the materials so that it can be removed as necessary

 

 

  • - FARMING
    The axe can be used as a tool to help with lifting items that are necessary as part of the farming process. Lifting and dragging items such as hay bales and sacks of feed can be made easier with the leverage that can be provided by the axe.
  • - LANDSCAPING
    A wide range of tasks that fall under the remit of landscaping can be undertaken with the use of a pick axe. Normal soil that has become dry and hardened can normally be broken up with a shovel. However, this will be more difficult when it comes to hard clay and hard rocky-type soils. Using the sharp end of the axe will enable you to break up the materials so that it can be removed as necessary.
  • - CEMENT
    Whether you have a cement structure inside or outside the home, you will find that it can be broken up in a more precise manner than you would get when using a sledge hammer or similar tool. For example, if a foundation has been formed with cement but a foreign body has become stuck in it, an axe can be used to break up the area just around the item. This will allow you to remove the object and rectify just a small section rather than the entire surface. This method can also be used for brick.
  • - PAVING
    Uniform paving slabs or tiles can look rather mundane when they are set out as they are intended, but an axe can be used to help create a unique design. Breaking up the tiles or slabs with the axe will result in random pieces that can be fitted together like a jigsaw to decorate your driveway and/or paths.