Construction Purpose Round Edges(Nose) Carbon Steel Bricklaying Trowel, karni with Soft Grip Handle (Masonary Trowel)
Size -Â 12 inch
Model -Â 7506_BH2
A trowel is a small hand tool used for digging, applying, smoothing, or moving small amounts of viscous or particulate material. Common varieties include the masonry trowel, garden trowel, and float trowel.
Bricklayer's trowel has an elongated triangular-shaped flat metal blade, used by masons for leveling, spreading, and shaping cement, plaster, and mortar.
Numerous forms of trowel are used in masonry, concrete, and drywall construction, as well as applying adhesives such as those used in tiling and laying synthetic flooring. Masonry trowels are traditionally made of forged carbon steel
What is a Brick Trowel?
A brick trowel is a tool used by bricklayers to spread or smooth out materials such as concrete or plaster during the bricklaying process. The tool usually features a flat, steel blade that is pointed at the end, as well as a wooden handle that is attached to the blade by a vertical metal arm. The brick trowel is used most often to spread materials, but it can also be used to pack materials in between bricks, or in some cases to break bricks into smaller pieces, though other tools are more efficient at this task.
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