Pointing Trowel London type Marshalltown
Pointing Trowel London type
Forged in one piece; stiff blade with high carbon content.
Dimensions: 10,16cm x 5.08 cm (4 "x 2 ¼"). Does not bend. Tip 1 mm., 2 mm bead handle hardwood flat rear. reinforced steel ring. hard blade.
The shape and thickness of the blade has been specially designed for use in archeology. The angle of the handle and shaft length are the result of a careful study of ergonomics, the tool is well balanced and perfectly adapted to the physiology of the wrist. Steel is straordiariamente resistant to pressure and wear, which, together with the use of high quality wood, fastened by special ring ensures a long life and performance. In general, this is the trowel for excellence, suitable for any context of excavation, but its features make it more effective in the excavation of stratigraphic heavy and tablets (or silty clay matrix) and inert to be undermined by leveraging. He recommended to those already experienced and trained since the extraordinary hardness of the blade can push beginners to force the lever with your wrist not yet accustomed to overload.