New Items - watch here for industry breaking tools

- SPE'S DFG280 Single Headed 110v grinder with left and right edging facilities up to the wall 



Now available for hire MOHS test kit , use it to check the hardness of your concrete floor prior to any surface preparation is carried out , it can make the job in hand a whole lot easier when you know the correct choice of diamonds have to be used and save yourself money in diamond wear charge.


Red Diesel in a BOX! now available in stock 20 ltrs for when you dont need large amounts of fuel to go with your floor prep machine

A unique specially formulated Additive System, achieving an outstanding performance over conventional Red Diesel/Gas Oil.

  • Improved cetane rating (boosts power).
  • Improves combustion efficiency.
  • Improves fuel consumption.
  • Reduced visible emissions (smoke).
  • Protects against wear in fuel pumps / injectors.
  • Enhances the performance by up to 15% of older engines.
  • Disperses existing sludge build-up.
  • Contains demulsifiers to combat water build-up.
  • Reduces deposit and varnish build-up.
  • Improves storage stability (By up-to 2 years)

  • Zipped Doorway Dust Protector Kit - while stocks last £11.95 excl vat

    Dust and waterproof polyethylene doorway seal with self-adhesive zip. Prevents the transfer of water and dust from room to room. Attaches around a door opening with masking tape and can be cut to size. Simply unzip/zip when entering and leaving the room. Fits all standard size door openings. Includes masking tape. Size 1.2 x 2.1m (3ft 11” x 6ft 10”).

    We Hire Makinex Jack Hammer trolley and tile smasher headNow available Makinex Breaker Trolley for hire and sale

    The Makinex jackhammer trolley is an innovative demolition tool for the fast and easy removal of floor tiles, vinyl and cork from concrete and wooden surfaces. It can also be used to remove residue from tile beds and for breaking rocks, blocks, concrete and sandstone. The jackhammer trolley quickly removes floor tiles with some customers claiming they can do their demolition job up to 6 times faster than when using a jackhammer alone.

     New attachment for mastic removal from Malish

    The Diamabrush™ Mastic Removal Tool is designed to remove stubborn coatings from concrete such as mastic,carpet or tile adhesive, thin-set and thinmil coatings like urethane or paint. No harmful chemicals. This diverse tool,uses diamond coated blades to grind tough coatings away, since dangerous and volatile chemicals are not required. Simply apply water to eliminate dust and to flush debris away.

     Makinex Smartmixing Trolley available for hire or sale

    The Makinex Mixing Station MS-100, previously known as the SmartMixx, is the ultimate mixing solution for self-levelling cements, compounds and epoxies, producing a perfect mix every time. Designed by Contractors for Contractors, this portable station provides efficient handsfree mixing and enables fast precision pouring of materials. The Makinex Mixing Station is ultra-lightweight and the ergonomic design with easy tilt operation provides control and speed for precision pouring. It also features a dust/splash reduction cover for safer use and less mess.

    Why Shotblasting Education month? Over the past 6 months, we have heard an increasing interest in shotblasting from customers who were very unfamiliar with it. Because shot blasting is so effective in surface prep, we saw this as a opportunity to educate you on the technology, uses, and benefits of it. With decades of experience in not only manufacturing machinery, but also surface prep contracting in Europe, we thought we would pass along our expertise.

    Theory of Shotblasting
    Shotblaster Line Art Shotblast Education Month Week 1-01

    Quote1The basic principal of the blasting operation is preformed by abrasive being thrown at a high velocity against the surface to be cleaned. The throwing action is achieved through centrifugal force, where a wheel with paddle-type blades attached radially, is revolved at a continuous shaft speed. Onto this wheel, abrasive is fed in such a manner that it travels along the radial length of the blades, and is thrown off in a high velocity stream at the surface to be cleaned. The energy placed into the abrasive is sufficient to enable it to rebound from the work surface. The rebound (kinetic energy) is used to recover the abrasive for re-use.

    The machine is designed so that the blast wheel is throwing abrasive at an inclined angle relative to the work surface. This means after striking the work surface, the abrasive rebounds at a similar angle into the reclaim duty which directs it back into the hopper for re-use. Assisting with the reclaim cycle, the air flow created by the dust Quote2-01collector enters the machine through a brush screen at the real of the cabinet, and flows across the work surface, up the reclaim duct, through the separators, and in the dust collector. Then it moves through the fan and into the atmosphere. All of the surface contamination which has been collected in the dust collector must be disposed of under the COSHH and Health and Safety guidelines.

    Mechanical Process

    • Shot is loaded in the hopper of the machine. The hopper acts as a funnel to direct the shot to the shot valve
    • The shot valve (butterfly valve) controls the volume of shot that is allowed to flow down a spout and into the blast housing. The shot valve is control by cable or lever located in the operator’s position for easy accessibility
    • After passing through the shot valve the flow of shot is directed by a ‘Control Cage’. This allows the shot to fall on the optimal position of the blast wheel. The Control Cage can be calibrated (adjusted) to ensure that the shotblaster is achieving an even blast pattern across the width of the machine
    • After passing through the Control Cage, the shot is impacted by the Blast Wheel and travels at a high velocity towards the floor. Depending on the size of the machine, the blast wheel can either be a one piece unit or made up of a center housing with a series of blades (paddles)
    • The abrasive impact force of the shot hitting the floor removes surface contaminants leaves a clean, dry profile
    • The rebounded shot and debris then travel up the reclaim channel and land on a shelf located directly above the hopper. Once the shelf becomes full, the shot and debris overflow off the shelf. The lighter debris particles are removed by the suction provided by dust collector and the heavier shot is recycled back into the hopper
    • The process described above is a continuous cycle. Over time the shot breaks down (wears away) and new shot needs to be added to the hopper