Sanitary Pitch Fork – White
Traditionally the typical pitchfork consisted of a wooden shaft connected to anywhere from two to five slightly curved metal tines fixed to one end of a handle. Often these tines were made of steel or wrought iron. A later innovation was a grab at the end of its handle.
Sanitary Pitch-Forks Stop Disease and Parasite Transmission
Providing a cost-effective alternative to stainless steel, here are the rugged yet lightweight tools for you. The sanitary pitch fork is ideal for moving and lifting operations, while the sieve shovel will make sifting and draining less of a chore.
The fork and shovel feature elongated D-grip handles. The hygienic fork has a reinforced handle with an inner aluminum tube. It is stepped in two places which helps to prevent back injuries.
Because there are no exposed steel pieces, rust and corrosion is not an issue.
This fork can be cleaned using high temperature methods without harming the material.
ProVeLogic also features other sanitary tools including One-Piece shovels, sieve shovels and tool hangers that will accommodate each tool. Other colors may be available, so ask when ordering.