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BREXIT UPDATE: Due to Brexit on the 1st January, we are experiencing delays with some of our international suppliers.

Unfortunately we do not have any due dates on items that we do not stock and can only obtain approximate dates. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, we are working with our suppliers to get the orders as quickly as possible.

FIND YOUR MODEL OR PART NUMBER

To ensure we supply you with the right part, it is best to search using your model number. The model number is usually found on the warning label or name plate. These labels are typically found on the bottom or side of the tool. Our handy examples below show you what you should be looking for, once you have found your model number, simply type it in to the search box above.


Stanley

Stanley rating plates show the main specifications of the machines including model number and type number as well as voltages and kite marks. It is important on Stanley models to match up both the model and type number where possible as different type numbers can be totally different machines and parts may not fit. if a type number is not shown this could mean that the machine is a type 1.

In our example below, the model number is FME300 and there is a Type 1 machine.

Elu

Elu rating plates show the main specifications of the machines including model number and type number as well as voltages and kite marks. It is important on Elu models to match up both the model and type number where possible as different type numbers can be totally different machines and parts may not fit. if a type number is not shown this could mean that the machine is a type 1.

In our example below, the model number is MOF96 and is a Type 2 machine.

DeWALT

Dewalt rating plates show the main specifications of the machines including model number and type number as well as voltages and kite marks. It is important on Dewalt models to match up both the model and type number where possible as different type numbers can be totally different machines and parts may not fit. if a type number is not shown this could mean that the machine is a type 1.

In our example below, the model number is DCs331 and it is a Type 2 machine.

Black & Decker

Black and Decker rating plates show the main specifications of the machines including model number and type number as well as voltages and kite marks. It is important on Black and Decker models to match up both the model and type number where possible as different type numbers can be totally different machines and parts may not fit. if a type number is not shown this could mean that the machine is a type 1.

In our example below, the model number is BDCCS18 and it is a H1 machine.