Here at BRM we are always looking to add great products to our range of spare parts, tools and accessories. With this in mind we have now added Ryobi Power Tools. This means we can now offer you a range of quality power tools at more affordable prices.
Ryobi have been making cordless powertools for over 20 years. The ONE+ system means one battery fits their entire range and always has done. Brushless technology, 5AH IntelliCell Lithium+ batteries with fuel gauges and fast charging options give Ryobi power tools all the advantages of the professional machines at great prices.
We don't sell these tools in pre-built kits where somebody else decides what options you need. Ryobi's pick and mix system means you can just add the tool, battery, charger or bag you want and only pay for what you need.
We are now stocking the Ariat Safety Boot Range.
Ariat offer superior quality safety work boots designed for comfort & durability.
We are offering Free Next Day UK mainland delivery (excluding Scottish Highlands) using the discount code #ARIATWORK
This code will also reduce any other transport charge by £9 on Ariat orders.
Ariat is a proven leader in performance technology and is proud to offer the best in work footwear. All their work boots meet or exceed industry standards for safety and are engineered with a focus on comfort, support and durability in the most extreme environments.
Founded in the USA to manufacture the highest quality sports clothing and footwear. They now stand out as the leading suppliers of high performance apparel to the worlds top equestrian athletes.
Ariat boots are available in UK half sizes to ensure your safety work boots fit to perfection.
Unfortunately due to the strength of the dollar against the pound Polaris have now had to increase their spare parts prices.
They have been putting it off for quite a long time, but the weak pound has finally forced the issue.
Some of the increases are quite significant but we have tried to keep them as competitive as possible where we could.
As ever the vast majority of our Polaris spares are genuine & in stock.
We are pleased to announce we have just received our 1,000th online order.
Thanks to everyone who has shopped with us.
We hope you're all happy with your products and our service.
Please continue to bear us in mind for your future requirements.
Since the introduction of the UK Rodenticide Stewardship Regime it is no longer possible for us to send rat poison out without proof of competence.
This legislation has been brought in to protect wildlife & reduce the risk of resistance to 2nd generation rodenticides.
If you wish to take the online course please follow this link
Anyone who purchases this product will be required to provide proof of either their certificate of competence or their farm assurance scheme via e-mail.
We will contact you as soon as possible after your order is placed .
This will only be required the first time you order this product.
Due to the ongoing uncertainty over the Brexit deal, Sterling remains weak against other currencies. We are beginning to see price increases from many of our suppliers which will inevitably have to be passed on.
Buckler Boots have now reluctantly lifted the price of their whole range, with the new prices coming into effect 1st November 2016. We will hold our competitive retail price for as long as we can, but as stock runs low & we have to re-order the prices will increase.
This may result in different sizes of the same boots having different prices.
All countries in the EU are implementing the Sustainable Use Directive. It sets minimum standards for the safe use of professional pesticides. Thanks to existing legislation many UK farmers already meet most of the requirements. However, farmers operating under 'grandfather rights' will need to get a recognised certificate to continue spraying. In addition, most spray application equipment will need to be tested & farmers need to demonstrate they are following an integrated approach to crop protection.
There are three dates that matter for any business that uses professional pesticides.
The first deadline for the Sustainable Use Directive has already arrived & during 2014 you will need to demonstrate Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is followed on your farm. For more information on how this affects you please call Pete Clark on extension 1.
By 26th November 2015 the sprayer operator on your farm will need to hold a recognised certificate.
Finally by the 26th of November 2016 all working sprayer application equipment must hold an NSTS Certificate.
These measures will be a legal requirement for the UK. Non-compliance could lead to prosecution & threaten your Single Farm Payment.
If you require any further information of need your equipment testing, please call our NSTS sprayer tester Peter Clark on 01325 378552 ext.1
With a new S233 in the yard I wondered how it would fare against its great, great grandfather, Brian’s BM320. Having downloaded the original sales leaflet I’ve made a few comparisons to see how much things have changed since the early 1960’s.
There’s the obvious one, weight. The S Series does look like it could be a gram or two heavier. Actually at 12000Kg it is about 8 times heavier than the 1570Kg of the BM320 although surprisingly it only has 52mm more ground clearance.
It can carry a bit more fuel too. You can get 35 litres into the 10th model Bolinder Munktell produced. The S takes a bit more fuelling up with its 60 litre AdBlue & 610 litre fuel tank.
The BM’s three-cylinder 2.5L Perkins turbulence chamber engine could produce a maximum of 37hp at 200rpm compared to the 270hp produced by the 8.4L, 6 cylinder, Sisu Power engine.
The continuously running, two-speed power take-off introduced with the BM320 was really intended to compensate for shortcomings in the gearbox and gear ratios, but it became something of a sales success for Bolinder Munktell, doubling the range of machines it could power. Valtra’s electro-hydraulic PTO now has start/stop control inside the cab, on the armrest & outside, on the rear mudguard & has a fuel economy setting.
As you would imagine the S Series can lift a bit more. In the 1960’s you had a respectable maximum lift capacity of 1050Kg. Now you can lift nearly 5 times that on the front linkage (5000Kg) & more than 11 times that at the back (12000Kg).
The roots of Bolinder Munktell & Valtra go back to a mechanical workshop in Sweeden “Eskilstuna Mekaniska Werkstad” founded by Theofron Munktell in 1832. Several mergers later, including Volvo & Valmet they ended up as Valtra where it remains today.