Give your door character with our range of traditional door levers

Here at Toolfix, we stock several traditional door handle ranges from some of the industry’s leading manufacturers such as Kirkpatrick, “From the Anvil” and Stonebridge. Each range has its unique features, allowing them to create the focal point of any traditional door.


Kirkpatrick is a British manufacturer of handmade ironmongery and has been crafting ironwork under the same roof for over 150 years. Through utilising the skills of their craftsmen, Kirkpatrick’s door handles offer style, authenticity, and longevity that cannot be matched by less expensive imitations. Crafted over a six-week period, each handle is carefully taken through an 18-step process from pouring to packing, to ensure the best possible quality.

Hammered/Cast Finish- Kirkpatrick’s main finish is the hammered/cast finish offering an authentic traditional look. We have handles suitable to several different locking systems including Multi-Point (92mm centres), Mortice Lock, Latch and Bathroom backplates. Each handle has its own individual design offering a unique traditional style. Our best-selling Kirkpatrick Door Handles include:

Kirkpatrick 2461 Lever Handle- The 2461 Antique Lever Handle features a scalloped design and an narrow backplate with 92mm centres. This handle has an unsprung design so it can be used with a multi-point lock.  

  • Kirkpatrick 2445 Lever Handle- The 2445 Rustic Lever Handle features a simple squared design, that will make a statement on either an interior or exterior door. This product is spring-loaded and has a two-coat protective finish making providing its suitability for external use. Lock, Latch and Bathroom backplates are available.

Other styles of lever available

"From the Anvil"

“From the Anvil” are a manufacturer of hand-forged ironmongery, offering an extensive range of door handles each carefully crafted to provide the highest quality possible. Within Anvil’s door handle range no two pieces are identical, with each item combining style and functionality, created by a team of master craftsmen.

“From the Anvil” are highly recognised for their extensive selection of unique product finishes with 19 in total, ranging from Blacksmiths to Period finishes. Our Anvil door handles come available in four key finishes:

Black- The black finish is baked in a high-temperature oven giving it a durable corrosion resistant finish. It is resistant to moisture and can be used externally/internally. Our best-selling door handle from the Black Finish range is:

·         Black Cottage Slimline Lever Espag. Lock Set- This handle is a “Slim” espagnolette version of the original “Classic” handle which has a traditional curved detail with scroll effect at the end of the lever. Features an extra-long backplate to be used with multi-point locks. The slimline handle is not ‘handed’ for ease of installation and has a built-in spring design which aids the lever in returning to 90 degrees. The handle set is extra secure as the handle is bolt fixed from the internal view only.

Pewter- The pewter finish highlights the texture of the steel, with the unique and complex process running deep into the metal, resulting in an unmatched contrast of texture and colour. Our best-selling door handle from the Pewter Finish range is:

  • Pewter Avon Lever Espag. Lock Set- This is a new addition to the highly popular Avon style of handles offering a more contemporary style of design. It features a squared lever on backplate with a pointed end to complete it. This range includes levers to suit internal and external doors, and all kinds of multi-point espag locks.

External Beeswax- The external beeswax finish is unique to From the Anvil and is manufactured from an anti-corrosive beeswax. It has a matt richness and the depth of colour ranges from blue to deep red ochre. Our best-selling door handle from the External Beeswax Finish range is:

  • External Beeswax Regency Lever Lock Set- The Regency Lever is a popular choice for many properties and features a simple square edged backplate, which is complemented with a smooth rounded lever. The handle has a strong spring incorporated into the design to provide functionality. Suitable for internal and external doors where locking is required. This range includes levers to suit internal and external doors, and all kinds of multi-point espag locks.

Other styles of lever available


Stonebridge manufacture a unique collection of forged steel ironmongery that offers cutting edge design and manufacturing, whilst retaining the authentic hand-forged build quality that sets it apart from its competition.

Armor-Coat™ Black and Satin Steel Finishes- Stonebridge’s new Armor-Coat™ flat black and satin steel finishes have been independently tested and certified to the full BS EN 1670:2007 Grade 5. The test requires products to be exposed to a neutral salt spray under controlled laboratory conditions for 480 hours. The finishes offer high corrosion resistance and are suited to service indoors and outdoors in severe conditions and for use with acidic timber such as Accoya, where long-term protection is required.

As well as providing outstanding protection from corrosion, the Armor-Coat™ finish is also highly UV rated and resistant, to protect from fading in sunlight or harsh weather. Our best-selling door lever from the Armor-Coat Range is:

  • Stonebridge Arundel Multi-Point 92mm Lever Lock Set- A simple multi-point lever lock set featuring a rectangular lever on backplate. Features 92mm lock centres and comes available in both Stain Steel and Black Armor-Coat™ finish. Suitable for internal and external use due to high-corrosion resistant properties.

Other styles of lever available


Finesse is a solid pewter, British manufactured, premium quality range of hardware. Finesse has over 30 years of manufacturing experience, blending modern production techniques and processes with a unique hand-crafted finish that highlights the simple style of pewter. 

Traditional Ironmongery Maintenance

Door lever handles should regularly undergo maintenance procedures to keep them looking their best and ensure a long lifespan. Make sure to read our blog on how to correctly look after Black Traditional Ironmongery to get the most out of your product. 

Stainless Steel External Levers

Stainless Steel External Levers

When choosing a stainless steel external door lever, it is important to know the differences between each grade of steel and how this will affect their performance under different environmental conditions. The two most common grades of stainless steel used for door levers are 304 and 316. Despite being indistinguishable in appearance, each grade holds unique characteristics that will make them better suited to specific applications.

The chemical composition of each grade is what will affect their overall performance under harsh conditions. 304 Grade Stainless Steel contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel, while 316 contains 16% chromium, 10% nickel, and 2% molybdenum. The molybdenum is added to help prevent corrosion from chlorides and other common chemicals such as oxygen (the main cause of surface rust for metals containing iron).

Key differences between Grade 304 and 316 Stainless Steel door levers:

  • Cost
    Grade 316 Stainless Steel levers cost more than Grade 304, due to the elements that make up the overall material. Despite both being primarily made up of iron, the added molybdenum (which helps prevent corrosion) in Grade 316 puts the price up as it is an expensive element to include.
  • Corrosion Resistance
    Stainless steel as a group of metals is highly corrosion resistant but with the addition of molybdenum into 316, this increases the grades ability to withstand harsh environments. Often referred to as “Marine Grade”, 316 levers are suitable for use in more extreme environments e.g. coastal areas, although care should still be taken to clean the product regularly to prolong its product life. Grade 316 levers are also resistant against chlorine, which 304 are not.

We stock a wide range of lever handles in both Grade 304 and 316 Stainless Steel. Below are our best sellers for each Grade:

Grade 316

Weybourne 316 Grade Stainless Steel
Multipoint lever

A straight round bar lever on a narrow backplate. It has a Euro profile keyhole with 92mm centres and operates a multipoint lock. Certified to BS EN 1906 (British Standard for quality of door furniture). Unsprung and suitable for doors up to 72mm thick. Available in satin stainless steel finish.

Stirling 316 Grade Stainless Steel Multipoint lever

A brushed stainless steel inline espagnolette lever manufactured from 316 Grade Stainless Steel for top corrosion resistance. Features a weight balanced spring cassette to give the handle a premium feel and consistent 90-degree lever return. Suitable for 60mm-70mm door profiles. Available in satin stainless steel finish.

Grade 304

Sheringham 304 Grade Stainless Steel
Multipoint lever

A modern espagnolette lever handle with a touch of traditional style manufactured from 304 Grade Stainless Steel, providing an aesthetically pleasing look along with a long lifespan. Features 92mm centres. Available in polished and satin stainless steel finish.

Invoke Mitred 304 Grade Stainless Steel
Multipoint lever

The Mitred lever handle from Invoke consists of a straight round bar, offering a modern touch to any external door. This handle provides excellent corrosion resistance along with its simple yet stunning design. Features 92mm centres, available in satin stainless steel finish.

Along with our door levers, we also offer a range of stainless steel external door furniture. These products will offer a high-quality finish to your external door that will last for years when maintained correctly. Our best sellers for stainless steel door hardware include:

Invoke 304 Grade Stainless Steel Letterplate

Available in both a satin and polished stainless steel finish, this modern letterplate offers a simple design to complete the look of your external door. We stock a matching internal letter tidy to cover the cut hole and reduce any draughts through the letterplate.

Sheringham 304 Grade Stainless Steel
Sleeved Letterplate

To match the Sheringham external door lever featuring 304 Grade Stainless Steel flaps along with hard wearing springs to ensure positive opening and closing for years. Its draught-proofing and integral brush provide full weather-proofing. Suits doors from 42-80mm thick.

Trickle Vents – Background Ventilation

Trickle Vents – Background Ventilation

Effective background ventilation is necessary to provide a healthy and comfortable internal environment for those occupying the home. With regulations in place to control the standard of household ventilation, joiners are required to consider this when installing windows in domestic properties. 

Installed as part of the window unit or retrofitted to your current window unit, trickle vents are but one option for providing regulation standard background ventilation to your property. Below are four key reasons why trickle vents are important in households:

  1. Cleaner internal air– Providing effective background ventilation in a household will help reduce the risk of respiratory illnesses brought on by poor air quality. Trickle vents help reduce the levels of indoor air pollutants such as carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in a household. 
  2. Security– Trickle vents allow constant ventilation while a window is closed and/or locked, giving a much safer alternative solution to leaving a window open.
  3. Household Ventilation Regulations– There are strict legal requirements as to the ventilation of domestic buildings which are covered under Part F of the Building Regulations. Complying with Building Regulations Part F ensures you are limiting the accumulation of moisture and air pollutants in the property, which can become hazardous to the health of people living in the property.
  4. Reduced Condensation– Some homes may have an existing problem with condensation, especially in colder weather. Fitting windows with suitable ventilation systems will help to reduce the amount of condensation, which can result in mould growth and internal surface damage. You will also save money on future repairs, needed due to accumulated damage from condensation, by having a trickle vent installed.

Here at Toolfix, we have a vast selection of ventilation systems with options on; Trickle vents, Canopies and Grilles available in a range of colours, so you can be sure to find the right style of system for your home. 

Mirka DEROS – Effortlessly Efficient Sanding

Mirka DEROS – Effortlessly Efficient Sanding

Achieve high-quality precision finishing of all surfaces with the Mirka DEROS

Mirka DEROS Deal

Mirka is recognised for consistently producing innovative sanding systems that push the market standard for performance and safety. Introducing the DEROS 5650CV Random Orbital Sander.

The sanders ergonomic design and comfortable grip allows you to sand for longer periods without fatigue, whilst its symmetrical shape offers a solution for both left and right-handed use. The Deros’ small size makes it ideal for hard to reach applications, whist its low profile and weight (1kg) offers maximum ease of use.

Equipped with a high-efficiency brushless motor the DEROS offers a large amount of power (350W) for such a small-scale system. With a performance comparable to that of a 500W electrical sander, it maintains constant speed even when placed under a heavy load.


The backing pads provided with the DEROS have a central air inlet, which improves airflow and helps to extract dust faster. Used in conjunction with the Mirka Iridium Discs, this system will provide high levels of dust extraction. Reducing the chance of dust inhalation, a common cause of lung damage.

Featuring an integrated vibration sensor and Bluetooth low energy technology, the sander can be connected to the myMirka App to measure and track the levels of vibrations produced when used. This is an important factor that shouldn’t be taken lightly, as increased levels of exposure to vibrations can result in permanent damage such as Vibration White Finger (VWF). A significant worry for those who undergo a large amount of finishing applications within their jobs. The DEROS 5650CV offers the lowest vibration values in its class with 3.4 m/s².


We currently have a deal running throughout October on the Mirka Deros 5650CV System. For only £369.00 (Ex VAT) you will receive:

  • 1x Mirka DEROS 5650CV 5mm Orbit, random orbital sander – 240v
  • 1x box of 100 Iridium discs, 121 holes, P80
  • 1x box of 100 Iridium discs, 121 holes, P120
  • 1x box of 100 Iridium discs, 121 holes, P180
  • 125mm & 150mm base pads
  • Mirka carrycase

Mirka DEROS Deal

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Fire Doors – The Complete Breakdown of Components

Fire Doors – The Complete Breakdown of Components

Ensure complete protection from fire, with these key fire door components

Fire Door Safety Week is now upon us (23rd-29th September), and Toolfix are proud to be an official supporter of the campaign. FDSW is aimed at spreading knowledge on fire doors and their importance in saving lives.

When a fire breaks out, a correctly designed and fitted fire door will delay the spread of fire and smoke, creating safe refuge and a protected route for the emergency services to come to your aid.

There are a number of different components to a fire door, each of which play a vital role in how effective it is in preventing the spreading of fire and smoke. However, those components that are hidden within the door, such as seals and packers, tend to get overlooked.

Fire Safety Range


A minimum of three fire rated hinges should be installed on each door to prevent it from warping in a fire. These must be properly secured to the door with all screws present, to ensure optimum performance. It is vital that hinges are CE marked & compatible with the door leaf’s certification.  It is also highly recommended to use hinges with Certifire Approval. This indicates that they have been rigorously tested, to meet specific requirements of performance, when placed under the pressure of fire.

Toolfix supply a wide range of fire tested hinges, all with correct identification and testing from the manufacturer.  Our popular Ball Bearing Hinges are fire tested to BS EN 1634-1:2000 suitable for 30-60 minute timber doorsets (meeting FD30/FD60 requirements).



Packers are used for the easy and quick levelling of door frames, but can also play an important role in preventing fire from spreading through a fire door.

Designed to be used in conjunction with intumescent expanding foam, our Fire Rated Packers are inserted around the frame fixings to provide the foam with a uniform surface during expansion and help prevent the foam flowing out onto the floor under its own weight.

Packers are rated for fire safety using a time measurement in minutes. Those rated to FD30 offer protection for up to 30 minutes,  and those rated to FD60 offer up to 60 minutes of protection.


Sealants/Expanding Foam

When closed, the gaps around a fire door should be no more than 4mm in width, as this prevents flames and smoke from spreading through and into the adjacent rooms. Products that can be used to seal the gaps between the door frame, include fire rated expanding foam and sealants.

Our Intumescent Expanding Foam is a one-component, B1-Grade, ready to use polyurethane foam with a fire rating of up to 240 minutes (tested according EN1366-4).

We also stock intumescent acrylic and silicone sealants, with a fire rating of up to 4-5 hours in certain joint configurations. Acrylic sealant can be painted over, allowing it to match the colour scheme of the environment, which silicone can’t.  However, it is water permeable meaning it is not suitable for applications in damp environments, where as silicone is water resistant.


Glazing Tape

As with packers, intumescent glazing tape is rated using FD30/FD60 Regulations, as well as Certifire Approval.

Glazed fire doors are becoming increasingly popular, as they allow joiners to incorporate natural light, illumination and transparency into their work, whilst completely adhering to building regulations and ensuring safety against fire. Intumescent glazing strip can work in conjunction with the fire rated glass, to provide a complete solution against the spreading of the fire.

Designed for installing double glazed units, laminated glass and single glazing into timber doors, our Firestrip 30 glazing tape provides a 30-minute fire rated glazing strip. This is an economical option when compared to other fire-resistant strip materials, yet is certified with CF297 (Certifire Scheme) and BS476 EN 1634 (parts 1 and 4).


Intumescent Door Strips

Intumescent Door Strips can come in a variety of forms, to protect against fire, or both fire and smoke. Those that protect against smoke as well as fire, will consist of a seal with connected brush pile or foam strip.

Our intumescent smoke and fire seals are made up from a graphite base within a PVC sleeve. Designed to fit into the rebate of the door, these products expand when in contact with heat to ensure fire and smoke isn’t able to move through the gaps.

The Astro Quad Seal strip is an Astroflame intumescent (graphite based) fire seal combined with a Schlegel Aquamac smoke, acoustic & thermal seal contained within a PVC sleeve. This allows it to provide a permanent barrier to Fire, smoke, acoustic, and thermal applications.

Astroflame Seal Samples - Toolfix Knowledgebase 1


It is important to always keep fire doors closed to prevent the spread of smoke and fire. Along with the rest of the door hardware, closers must be up to a fire rated standard.

Our Rutland Door Closers all meet the fire rated standard with the range being fire tested for 30, 60 and 120 minutes on timber doorsets. The vigorous fire testing of the closers means the hardware also conforms to the BS EN 1634-1:2008 standard.



Intumescent fire grilles are used to provide an answer to situations where ventilation is required in fire doors. In the situation of a fire, they swell when exposed to heat and provide a fire barrier to restrict the passage of hot gases. Intumescent grilles are rated using FD30/FD60 Approval Regulations.

Our Intumescent Fire Grille comes available in multiple sizes from 150x150mm up to 450x450mm, and provide fire protection for up to 30 minutes. Grilles are tested to BS 476: Part 22 1987 and EN 1634: Part 2.



Typically, sashlocks and deadlocks are not designed to offer added protection against fire. However, we stock Intumescent Pad Sets that can be used in conjunction with both styles of lock, to provide added protection against fire for 30-60 minutes (FD30/FD60).


Other Fire Door Recommendations

Hold Open Devices

The Dorgard DG2000 device enables you to legally and safely hold fire doors open, whilst allowing the door to close when the fire alarm sounds preventing the spread of fire and smoke.

Fire Door Signs

‘Fire Door Keep Shut’ signs are to be placed visibly on the door so people immediately understand they need to keep the door closed for safety reasons.

Panic Bolts and Latches

Commonly used as the last exit out of the building, these components are important for getting people out of a building in a panic situation as no prior knowledge of the device is needed.

Fire Safety Range

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Winkhaus Thunderbolt + FAB Double Door Espag Kit

Winkhaus Thunderbolt + FAB Double Door Espag Kit

Everything you need to know about our Winkhaus Double Door Kit, currently on offer throughout September

Winkhaus Double Door Kit Offer

FAB Slave Lock + Shootbolts

The Winkhaus FAB slave door lock  provides a high security locking option WITHOUT the need for a security kitemark cylinder, cylinder guard or a security handle. The lock is operated by a flush, integrated two-way lever; the FAB slave lock throws two heavy duty 20mm shootbolts into the head and cill. No additional hook keeps are required. The FAB system requires doors with opposing eurogrooves. This particular double door kit consists of the Short FAB Slave Lock (RH/LH), in conjunction with FAB Shootbolts (1853-1996mm doors).

Key features include:

  • Unlike conventional PVCU double doors a dummy mullion is not required, which can dramatically reduce sightlines.
  • Secure U26 keep rail with 20mm long laminated steel top and bottom shootbolts.
  • Easily operated by the convenient operating lever.
  • Quickly installed in the slave leaf of double doors, and removes the need of a security handle and cylinder.
  • Ideal for double doors with irregular sash widths.
  • Meets PAS 24 Security Standards and is approved by the Secured by Design Initiative, therefore offering high security.

Master Door Multi-Point Lock

Also included within the kit is the Master Door Multi-Point Lock. This locking system is designed to work with the FAB Short Slave Lock, and features two chamfered deadbolts that secure the door closed. This Short variant has a lowered top hookbolt position and cropable, square ended faceplate suitable for shorter doors from 1625mm high.

Key features include:

  • Lift-lever operation means the central deadbolt and top/bottom twin deadbolts are thrown internally or externally by lifting the door lever handle. The door is then locked by operation of the lock cylinder barrel.
  • Has a protective surface coating in excess of EN 1670 : 2007 Grade 4 which is designated as “Very high corrosion resistance.”
  • Meets PAS 24 Security Standards and is approved by the Secured by Design Initiative, therefore offering high security.

Adjustable Single Shootbolt Keep

Also included within this double door kit are two adjustable single shootbolt keeps. These keeps feature a removable +/- 2mm adjustable insert with a 13mm receiver hole.


Options of style of keep and length of shootbolts available but will increase the price of the kit. To find out more about the options available please call in-store and speak to one of our professional advisers on 01733 347348.

Winkhaus Double Door Kit Offer

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4 Benefits of Setting Up a Toolfix Online Account

4 Benefits of Setting Up a Toolfix Online Account

Make shopping online with Toolfix quicker and simpler with an online account

These days, most tradesmen have turned to shopping for supplies online, as it allows them to easily search for the products they need, without the hassle of going out to stores, searching down countless aisles and then waiting in a queue before buying the product.

These are a few of the many reasons why we encourage customers to shop online with us, using our website store. However, by setting up an online account with us, you can benefit from all of the above with added bonuses to make your experience that little bit more enjoyable.

Below are four key benefits of setting up an online account with Toolfix.

Repeat Orders

The majority of tradesmen will have a select range of products/brands that they trust, and will therefore consistently purchase these each time they shop with a business.

Toolfix account holders can benefit from our “Repeat Orders” feature, which allows them to purchase previously ordered products without needing to browse the website for each one separately.

This can save you time and hassle, as all previous orders are saved and can be accessed by logging into your account. From there, you simply choose the “Repeat Order” option and will be directed to the checkout page to finish the order.

Not only does having an online account allow for repeat orders, but you can also create a “Favourite Products” list, for when you want to purchase select products within a previous order.


Check Order Progress

Another benefit of setting up an online account with us, is the option to track the progress of your order at any time.

The benefit of this is that you are then able to inform customers as to when the product is expected to be delivered. Which allows for improved planning of jobs, and keeps the customer aware of when they can expect the job to be complete by.


Product History

By setting up an online account with Toolfix, you also have the option to browse through a list of the products that you have previously purchased (up to 12 months prior). This includes the number of orders, items per order, value of the order and the date when the product was last ordered.

This allows tradesmen to track what items they have purchased, and gives them the ability to easily go back and total up the amount spent on specific jobs, ensuring an accurate price is given to the customer.


Pay for Invoices Online

Customers who have signed up for an online account, also benefit from the ability to access and pay for order invoices online.

This is a highly useful feature of having an online account, as it allows you to quickly find and pay for past orders from your phone, desktop etc. without needing to directly contact the business and potentially wait on the phone for a member of staff to be available. Not to mention, it simplifies the process of keeping on top of paying invoices.


Register an Account

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The Guide To Choosing The Right Putty Replacement

More and more window installers are moving away from sealing glazed units using methods such as; linseed oil putty, burnt sand mastics, etc. While putty replacements are becoming increasingly popular due to the limitations of the traditional methods. Linseed oil oxidises and becomes brittle with age and exposure to air while burnt sand mastics can be slow to set if made without driers. These are just some of the limitations of the traditional methods, while the latest in putty replacements remain permanently elastic and can be painted over within hours of application, depending on the brand.

Putty replacement is a developing technology and every brand is offering its own unique features and benefits. This can make the purchasing of the products more confusing than it has to be, which is why we have developed this comparison guide on our 3 best-selling putty replacements.

All the key features a window installer needs to know when buying a putty replacement are compared side by side below, and if you want to learn more about a specific product there are full data sheets available at the bottom of the blog.

Comparison Chart




Hodgson Heritage Putty

£9.99 per tube

On offer until 30/08/19

Repair Care DrySeal

£13.99 per tube

On offer until 30/08/19

Timbabuild TimbaGlaze

£6.68 per tube

On offer until 30/08/19

Painting Times

This is the amount of time needed to wait before you can paint over the putty replacement.

Hodgson Heritage Putty

Recommended 3 hours waiting time.

Repair Care DrySeal

Recommended 2 hours waiting time.

Timbabuild TimbaGlaze

Recommended 1 hour waiting time.


This is type of window systems that the putty replacement is suitable for use with.

Hodgson Heritage Putty

Suitable for single or laminated glass, heritage units, Insulating Glass Units (IGU), bead glazing single glass, IGU’s and sightline units.

Repair Care Dryseal

Suitable for all glazing units, including standard and slim double glazed sealed units, laminated, acoustic and safety glass.


Timbabuild TimbaGlaze

Suitable for any type of glazing unit, new or repair.

Shelf Life

This is the time period after manufacturing in which the product will perform best within. 

Hodgson Heritage Putty

18 months recommended shelf life.

Repair Care DrySeal

12 months recommended shelf life.

Timbabuild TimbaGlaze

12 months recommended shelf life.

Temperature Resistance

This is range in temperature that the product is able to withstand and optimally perform under.

Hodgson Heritage Putty

Temperature resistant between -40 and 90°C.

Repair Care DrySeal

Temperature resistant between -5 and 40°C.

Timbabuild TimbaGlaze

Temperature resistant between -40 and 80°C.

Weather Resistance

These are the weather conditions that the product can remain performing optimally under.

Hodgson Heritage Putty

Product is water and UV resistant.

Repair Care DrySeal

Product is water and UV resistant.

Timbabuild TimbaGlaze

Product is water and UV resistant.

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Click on the putty replacement to purchase it online today.

Product Data Sheets

The performance indicators above are those that we feel are of highest importance, when deciding on the right putty replacement for an application. There are other features that set the products apart which are mentioned in the data sheets attached below:

Festool Cash Back Promotion 2019

Festool Cash Back Promotion 2019

Step-by-step guide on how to claim your cash back in Festool’s 2019 promotion

During the period from 1st July 2019 up to and including the 31st August, Festool are holding a promotional offer, giving customers the chance to claim up to £100 cashback on purchases of selected Festool products.

To claim your Cash Back there are three simple steps:


Step 1 – Purchase eligible Festool product

Purchase a promotional product from us within the period from 1st July 2019 up to and including 31st August 2019. A PDF including all eligible products, their part numbers and cashback amounts has been attached below.

Step 2 – Upload the purchase invoice

Upload the purchase invoice to the Festool website by no later than 13th September 2019.

Step 3 – Claim your cashback

After your details are verified, your account will be credited with the corresponding cashback amount.

3 year product warranty

All tools included within the cashback promotion come with an all-inclusive 3 year warranty (1), once registered online. Warranty includes:

  • Full repair, free of charge. (2)
  • Replaced in the event of theft.
  • Original parts guaranteed.
  • Money back.
  1. Warranty all-inclusive is valid for all Festool tools registered within 30 days of purchase. Visit for the applicable Festool Warranty Terms and Conditions.
  2. “Full repair, free of charge” also applies to battery packs and chargers, but not to other consumables and accessories, or to tools that have been dismantled, or to damage caused by improper use, the use of non-original spare parts, or in the event of continuous use resulting in extensive wear.

Tradeline 390 Filtration Vacuum – “M-Class” Construction Dust Filtration

The advanced M-Class filtration vacuum

Numatic have taken their 50 years of industry experience of vacuums and put it into the TEM390A. Using the same motor from their Henry models coupled with the all steel head, shows Numatic had durability and reliability at the forefront of their engineering.


Toolfix Promotional - Numatic TEM390A Hoover 1

This is the only commercial vacuum with a steel head and on-tool extraction on the market

Running alongside the reliability of the motor is; the patented AirFlo technology, HepaFlo filter bags and the TriTex filter giving this commercial vacuum its M-class rated status. Having the M-class rating on this machine allows it to be used in the workshop and out on site complying with the strict HSE requirements. To learn more about the importance of M-Class filtration, then read our blog How to meet the legal requirements for dust extraction.


Toolfix Promotional - Numatic TEM390A Hoover 2

Power and performance wherever and whenever you need it.

The TEM390A is specially designed to go over rough terrain and to be pulled up stairs and curbs. The folding pull handle keeps this machine compact when transported and stored but versatile enough to easily manoeuvre it across site. The cleaning reach of a commercial vacuum is also important to consider as power points may be far and few between. This is why the TEM390A comes with a 10m cable and a 2.9m hose as standard, but an optional extra of a longer hose by the metre going all the way up to 15m.

This months offer on the TEM390A is not to be missed. Buy the machine before the 31st July and get a free tool caddy which fits on top of the M-Class filtration vacuum – download our promotional flyer to find out more.

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