Introduction and performance of Shovel
Shovel is an agro-industrial tool, mainly used for fine scraping, shoveling, and delimiting soil boundaries. Shovel is mainly used for agricultural planting, archaeological excavation, cleaning and decontamination, etc. It can be used as one of the important field archaeological tools. It is used by archaeologists or technical workers.
Using high-quality steel-manganese steel and centuries-old traditional craftsmanship, carefully crafted by experienced master craftsmen. Production specifications, quenching technical standards, tough shovel body and hard shovel mouth.
When detecting, it eats soil sharply and fades quickly. It can penetrate and extract broken bricks and tiles. When encountering hard objects such as pebbles and rocks, the shovel head will not roll the blade.
Archaeological shovel, general shovel, mud (set) shovel, ash pile shovel, blasthole shovel, brush shovel, various models of shovel, and various professional archeological tools combined archaeological probes.