New wing grip from Bulte

Need a quick fix, securely and easy release?

Look no further than the Bülte wing grip!

Bülte has added two new wing grips BPF 251 and BPF 252 to its Handwheel and Knob range. The body’s ergonomic shape and use of small raised strips enable a good grip.

The grips are made from polyamide, and therefore resistant to various chemicals, as well as having excellent mechanical properties including wear resistance, low friction coefficient, a high melting point, good impact resistance, as well as being very light. The working temperature range is -30 to +100°C.

Punk - The Power Tools Accessories

PUNK, the disruptive new power tool accessories brand, has been designed to give tradesmen the edge. From jigsaw blades to drill bits, the PUNK range packs a punch, helping tradesmen tackle any job, no matter how tough.

Ecotile: the flooring Hitachi Power Tools can rely on

Hitachi Power Tools have been at the forefront of product development for many years striving for continual innovation and cutting edge design. So when they decided to roll out an eye catching branded floor to their dealerships Ecotile interlocking floor tiles were the obvious choice.

Scruffs Get Sirius With Scruffs’ New Safety Boot

The lightweight Sirius Safety Boot performs as well as it looks.

With an S1P safety boot rating, steel toe and midplate, this sports styled safety boot has a lightweight EVA midsole providing added flexibility and underfoot comfort, as well as a heat resistant outsole.

Scruffs is raising the bar with its ultra stylish and hard wearing Sirius boot.

The lightweight, sports-styled safety boot has been engineered to meet the highest demands and to beat the toughest conditions.

Master Climate Solutions - Fresh and cool with Master Bio Coolers

Master Climate Solutions, a leading producer of portable space heaters, is expanding into the spring and summer season with the distribution of cooling equipment. The success of last year’s Master Bio Cooler BC 60 encouraged the supplier to develop the range of evaporative air conditioners with the new, larger capacity BC 180 model.

Starrett Core Ejector addresses an age old problem

Following comprehensive product testing and evaluation at its facility in Jedburgh, the L.S. Starrett Company is launching a cost-effective and simple solution to an age old problem. The company’s new Core Ejector for bi-metal hole saws has been designed and developed to effectively remove the slug of material that usually ends up inside the cup of the hole saw once it passes through the sheet material being cut.


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