During the current uncertainty surrounding Covid-19 we are taking every measurable step to ensure we are complying within government guidelines. Our website is still open and processing orders, but delays are to be expected with deliveries. I strongly advise you to contact the office on 02476364411 before ordering any face masks or hand sanitiser so we can up date you on realistic lead times. We thank you for supporting us during this time & will continue to update you.
We carry a wide selection of mops, buckets and appropiate handles
Colour coding is used throughout a variety of industries and trades where health and safety is paramount, in particular catering and healthcare as cross contamination will lead to illness. The cleaning equipment colours are representative to their area of use. For example, you would not want to clean the floors of a kitchen with a mop that has been previously used to clean the bathroom floors. Colour coding can be broken down into 4 areas:
Public areas – such as lobbies, receptions and hallways
Washroom and toilets – this can include shower rooms and bathrooms
Restaurant and bar – including dining areas and cafe lounge spaces
Kitchen and food preparation areas – any kitchen, food station or area where food is kept and/or prepared
Christmas is well and truly on its way, the John Lewis advert has hit our screens and the Christmas songs are blasting down the radio, with that being said we would like to inform our customers of our Christmas shutdown period.
If your new to welding or just want to brush up on your skills, then you have landed on the right page! Mig welding, also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) is a welding process in which an electric arc forms between a consumable Mig Wire electrode and the workpiece metal, which heats the workpiece metal, causing them to melt and join. Mig welding is extremly popular because it is easily learnt and because you can use it for a wide range of applications. There are so many types of Mig Machines to choose from, but it really does depend on the job required, your skill set, and most of all your budget.