TATA Agrico Pickaxe with Double Point Ends is used to break up rocky surfaces & other hard surfaces like concrete & hardened ground. The sharpened edges of the pickaxe ensure that more force is applied on the ground with each strike.
A pickaxe, pick-axe, or pick is a generally T-shaped hand tool used for prying. Its head is typically metal, attached perpendicularly to a longer handle, traditionally made of wood, occasionally metal, and increasingly fiberglass.
A standard pickaxe, similar to a “pick mattock”, has a pointed end on one side of its head and a broad flat “axe” blade opposite. A gradual curve characteristically spans the length of the head. The next most common configuration features two spikes, one slightly longer than the other.