Terms and Conditions


Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the seller, goods are supplied by the seller only on these conditions and no variation of or addition hereto shall have effect. Should any of these conditions conflict with any conditions stated by the buyer's order then these conditions shall prevail.

Any conduct by the buyer in confirmation of any transaction with the seller after receipt by the buyer of this document shall constitute unqualified acceptance by the buyer of these conditions. The seller shall be deemed not to have entered into any contract to supply goods until the buyer's order is acknowledged or the goods shall be despatched by the seller or its agents. Quotations are valid for a period of 30 days unless specifically stated otherwise and do not constitute contractual offers.


a) Net cash the month after the date of invoice, or on a Proforma basis, if stated by the seller. All payments must be made promptly when due.

b) When ordering on the internet via the website, credit card payments are accepted.

c) In the case of contracts involving more than one delivery if default is made in payment on due date for anyone delivery the seller at its option shall be entitled to treat the entire contract as repudiated by the buyer and to claim damages accordingly.

d) An order once placed cannot be cancelled except by mutual agreement and then only on terms which would fully indemnify the seller.

e) The price payable in respect of the goods including the cost of packing, insurance and freight (if applicable) shall be that specified in the contract.

3.If the price expressed in a foreign currency and that currency suffers any decpreciation as againsting sterling after the date of the contract, the price shall be increased accordingly and buyer shall be bound to pay such increased price. All price are exclusive of VAT. 

4. should any dispute or claim arise out of this contract the buyer shall not reject the goods herein specified but shall accept and pay for them in accordance with the contract and make their claim in accordance with clause 11.


 a) Subject to (b) below the time and place of delivery of the goods shall be that specified in the contract.

b) While every effort will be made by the seller to effect delivery in accordance with pre-arranged dates no guarantee as to dates of delivery by the seller is to be implied and the seller will not accept liability for any loss or damage occasioned by delay in delivery however caused.

 c) Each delivery shall constitute a separate contract and any failure or defect in anyone delivery shall not affect the contracts as to others.

 d) The buyer shall be responsible for obtaining any import license required under the contract.

 e) Any claim that the goods are allegedly defective must be notified within 3 days after receipt of the goods and any claim for non-delivery within 14 days of invoice.


All necessary labour and equipment required to unload Lorries, etc. shall be supplied by the buyer. The seller's carriers are not responsible for the unloading of goods.


a) The risk of damage to or loss of the goods shall pass to the buyer at the time of delivery or if the buyer wrongfully takes delivery of the goods or fails to provide adequate means of access for delivery of the goods at the time when the seller has tendered delivery of the goods or attempted to deliver the same.

 b) Notwithstanding delivery and the passing of risk in the goods, or any other provisions in these conditions; The property in the goods shall not pass to the buyer until the seller has received in cash or cleared funds payment in full of the price of the goods and all sums due from the buyer to the seller.

 c) Until such time as the property in goods passes to the buyer the seller shall be entitled at any time to require the buyer to deliver up the goods to the seller and, if the buyer fails to do so forthwith to enter upon any premises of the buyer or any third party where the goods are stored and re-posses the goods.

 d) The buyer shall not be entitled to pledge or in any way charge by way of security for any indebtedness any goods which remain the property of the seller, but if the buyer does so all monies owing by the buyer to the seller shall (without prejudice to any other right or remedy of the seller) forthwith become due and payable.

 e) If delivery is not refused and the buyer does not notify the seller accordingly the buyer shall not be entitled to reject the goods and the seller shall have no liability for such defects or failure and the buyer shall be bound to pay the price as if the goods had been delivered in accordance with the contract.


Deliveries may be suspended pending any contingencies beyond the sellers control such as (but without limitations) fire, accidents, war, political disturbances. Strikes, lock-outs, stoppages of navigation, shortage of freight or other transport difficulties and deliveries so suspended shall be taken by buyer: at the same rate of delivery as specified in the contract without prejudice to the rules governing frustration. The contract is also subject to the usual stipulations of 'force majeure' as recognised by the law of the country of origin of the goods.


A shortage or surplus, charged pro rata not exceeding 10 per cent will be considered due execution of any order.


The seller strongly recommends the buyer 10 handle and store the goods in accordance with British Standard 3574 which provides, amongst other things that:

The goods should be stored between 15 -25 degrees Centigrade, away from heaters and free from frost.

Damp and moist storage conditions should be avoided. Prolonged exposure to light, in particular direct sunlight and fluorescent artificial light with an ultra violet content should be avoided.

Contact with copper and copper containing alloys should also be avoided.

Goods should be kept well wrapped whilst in storage.

The seller cannot be liable for any defects arising through the failure of the buyer to store and handle in accordance with the British Standard and accordingly the buyer is strongly recommended to insure accordingly.


The seller shall not be liable for:

 a) Any defect in the quality or state of the goods which would be apparent on a reasonable examination or for there being otherwise not in accordance with the contract.

 b) Any alleged defects in the quality or state of the goods that have been invoiced more than 12 months previously will not be accepted by the seller. In theevent of the buyer making a complaint under points a) and b) the buyer must send a written notice which shall specify the matters complained of and the buyer shall thereafter afford the seller a reasonable opportunity of inspecting the goods in their allegedly defective state.

 c) No claims for consequential losses incurred by the buyer will be accepted by the seller

 Provided always that this warranty shall not apply:

 I) To any goods which have been tampered with or stored in unsuitable condition or for an excessive period or been subject to misuse, wilful damage. Negligence or accident or any defect arising from fair wear and tear. Or

 II) To any claim arising from the unfitness of the goods for the purpose it being the sole responsibility of the buyer to ensure that the goods ordered are fit for the purpose intended.

 III) To any goods which have not been paid for in full on the due date.


a) Except as expressly stated above all warranties, conditions and representations are (to the extent that they may in law be excluded) hereby excluded.

b) Save as provided in sub-clause (c) below the seller shall not be liable in contract, tort, and negligence or otherwise for any loss, damage, expense or injury arising out of or in connection with the use or failure of the goods or any defect in them


Provided always that it shall accept liability limited to the value of the goods supplied by the seller in respect of other loss or damage arising out of the seller's negligence.

c) The seller will in full satisfaction of any liability hereunder for defective or damaged goods at its option either supply replacements and/or repair the faulty goods or repay or allow the buyer the invoice price thereof and any transport costs between the seller's work and the place of delivery borne by the buyer.

d) The limitations of liability herein contained shall in no way affect such consumer rights (if any) as the buyer may have under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 as amended.

13. This contract is made subject to availability of the raw materials required for the manufacture of the goods.

14. This contact shall be construed and operated in all respects as an English contract and be governed by English Law.

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