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  1. The new ones Birch are selling are selling rather well for me. All come boxed/tinned.
  2. Easily done, but the shoulder is the first thing i check nowadays on the Yale with that shape head.
  3. Colman Leder in Belgium. Call them and ask for a fittings catalogue they do a huge range of bits and bobs.
  4. These look good, thanks for looking. My last lot were shinier but these may well do the job. Brilliant!
  5. thanks for looking for me, i'll keep searching.
  6. A company wants exactly these, been doing them for years. Bought a few hundred screws a while back and can't seem to find the same again. cheers though
  7. Morning all, Does anyone have a supplier of domed head slotted screw in stainless steel in 20mm? Like these but stainless. I've tried so many places but the ones that arrive are not decorative enough for the stainless plaques we are producing. Many thanks Paul
  8. That's exactly what i orginally wanted to do, do you mean the fumes would be dangerous at the point they pass through the fan? My belief is that as the fumes will be mixed with oxagen (and so diluted) there should be no issues. Am I wrong? Appreciate your feedback.
  9. Correct me if I am wrong but having done some research the fumes are VERY unlikely to ignite, unless contained in an air tight area. The fact we have air flow through the workshop from a doorway and window (plus vent above the window when closed) will allow the fumes to be diluted to any problem there may of been. Please tell if i am wrong as I need to get this right. I have learned that i'll need to filter through a carbon filter to reduce the smell to the surrounding area. Cheers, Paul
  10. You can only get Parade Gloss now I believe as you are aware by the sounds of it that has been discountinued too. Birch still have stocks though it seems https://www.charlesbirch.com/p-28065-kiwi-parade-gloss-prestige-polish-brown-50ml-tin.aspx Paul
  11. Evening all, I'm coming to the end of a very long shop re-fit which has involved enclosing all repair machinery into a workshop within my shop, I have a window which has worked perfectly for fume ventaltion in the smmer months but I need to get organised for winter (when the window will need to be closed more) I know I can buy specialist work stations that have ventaltion systems but I want to fit an extractor fan that vents from floor level to the outside. My question is, does anyone have a simular set up and have any advice? I have a fan simular to this on my laser engraver which is perfect for fumes but would this handle adhesive fumes? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201604445466?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=7101533165274578&mkcid=2&itemid=201604445466&targetid=4584826055637462&device=c&mktype=&googleloc=&poi=&campaignid=412354546&mkgroupid=1299623041023876&rlsatarget=pla-4584826055637462&abcId=9300541&merchantid=87779&msclkid=22b96f986d90136380b40eae3070632b Cheers all. Paul
  12. http://www.tcolledgeandson.com/ Colledges have a few I believe, only one size cord left though.
  13. The service has always been brilliant. I’d love a more browser friendly website though.
  14. I used to make good money selling these back in the day as a side line to my reps job. Really sorry to say the market for these machines dropped out of the market 10 years ago. The only place i know that might make you an offer is Graham at Rona Machines. www.ronamachines.co.uk
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