Unifork with extended D grip

99173Unifork with extended D grip

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The Unifork is designed for shovelling grapes and grape stalks in the winery, They are also ideal for moving compacted apple pulp and pomace.

Made from an injection-moulded food-grade thermoplastic material, they minimise damage to floor surfaces and foodstuffs, yet they are extremely tough and durable.

The prongs are star-profiled and tapered to facilitate the gathering and breaking up of bulk matter and minimise waste.

The Unifork has a curved back to aid scooping.


Please see the Tools category in Catalogue for our full range of tools, including rakes, forks, shovels, paddles, jugs, scoops and tubs. You may also be interested in the PPE.


  • Lightweight and easy to handle
  • Tough and durable with extra reinforcement at the rear of the prongs for superior strength
  • Maximised material retention
  • Minimised damage to floor surfaces, equipment and foodstuffs
  • Non-stick
  • Easy to clean
  • Food-grade
  • British made


  • D-grip handle
  • Polpropylene
  • -30 to +80°C temperature range
  • 27 x 13 x 114cm
  • 1.4kg

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