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Quality pipe cutting & cleaning tools now available in the UK

Posted: Wednesday 22nd March 2017

An exclusive new deal between Finnish manufacturers Renssi and Seweri and UK distributor Source One Environmental (S1E) sees their high-quality pipe cutting and cleaning tools available to the UK market for the first time.

Both manufacturers are owned by the same group, making similar tools, but Renssi's tools are made of carbide while the Seweri range is manufactured from stainless steel.� Both ranges include chain knockers, with cable and cable covers. The Renssi range also includes brushes, cutters and sandpaper holders, while the Seweri range includes circular chain knockers.

"These product ranges are of exceptional quality; handmade to the highest standard," commented Glenn Cartledge, Managing Director of S1E. "They are essential kit for contractors, so they complement our current Pipe Doctor product range, whilst maintaining our commitment to offer the best to the market."

All tools in these ranges are rotated by drill or other mechanical equipment, for swift and effective use. They are ideal for the preparation of pipelines prior to spot repair or lining, and the Renssi cutters can be used to quickly cut holes for lateral connections or to open up a closed pipeline.

The chain knockers in both ranges follow a unique design created by Renssi, in partnership with their customers, to be more effective and longer-lasting. The ranges feature a large number of different adaptors so the tools can be used with contractors' current equipment, regardless of make.

"We are looking forward to an effective partnership with the Renssi and Seweri teams. We believe that these tools will be warmly received by the British infrastructure repair market and will quickly become invaluable to British contractors," stated Glenn.




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