Auction ending Tuesday16th May 2023 from 12 Noon
Do Not Bid unless you are confident you can pay & collect promptly
Payment & Collection deadline: Thursday 18th May
Opening Hours for Collection: 9am – 4pm
Robson Kay Do Not Package or Deliver
All lots are situated at Robson Kay’s premises in South Manchester and are available to view by prior appointment, which is strongly encouraged. No lots are tested or warranted. No refunds or rights of comeback are offered in relation to any aspect of any lot.
Most lots in this sale are subject to VAT on the hammer price, A small number are not. Please see individual lot descriptions.
All lots are subject to a buyer’s premium of 17.5% + VAT
Immediately below are answers to the most commonly asked questions, followed by a more detailed explanation of the bidding process:
a) In signing up to the auction, you agree to a payment & collection deadline made clear in every lot description, typically two working days after the sale. If you cannot pay & collect within the deadline, DO NOT BID. We do not deliver or package. We appreciate this timescale is tight, however it is made clear before bidding. Do not choose to participate in this sale if you cannot adhere to this timescale. It is the responsibility of the bidder to ensure they complete in time, not the responsibility of the auctioneer to chase
b) If your registration has been declined, we will most likely have issued a refundable deposit request – payment of same will lead to your approval to bid. The deposit is refundable if you do not bid or if you spend less than your deposit.
c) No paperwork is sent out until the last lot has closed. No collections take place on the day the sale ends. Emails come from @bidspotter/@ibidder email addresses – ensure they are not in your spam filter. The winning bidder notification sent out after the sale ends contains all the important information you need to complete your purchase, including you paddle number which you should quote at all times.
d) You must pay by bank transfer or online payment with credit/debit card – there are no cashiering services at Robson Kay
e) All goods are located at Robson Kay Associates Ltd, Tilson Road, Manchester, M23 9GF unless otherwise clearly stated. We are usually open for collection on the two days following the sale from 9am – 4pm. We do not close for lunch and you do not need an appointment to collect.
f) Bids are legally binding. There are no rights of comeback, guarantee, refund or return, no matter what the reason. Please do not bid unless you have viewed to your satisfaction prior. Lot descriptions cannot be relied upon to be accurate and items may be unfit for purpose.
We host all our online auctions on Bidspotter and iBidder You must have a Bidspotter (or iBidder) account to sign up to any of our sales
Please ensure you read & understand the rules of each auction that you sign up to. Every auctioneer operates differently and independently from each other, so the rules for each auction differ, sometimes significantly.
Your credit card details are used for the purposes of an identity check, not for payment
If you fail the I.D. check and/or have no bidding history and/or have one or more incidents where you have failed to pay any Bidspotter auctioneer and/or you are based overseas, you are likely to either be declined and/or sent a refundable deposit request. If you pay the deposit, you will be approved to bid. The deposit will be returned immediately the sale is over in the event you are unsuccessful
Please therefore ensure that you sign-up well in advance of the sale – if you wait until the day the sale is closing before signing up to the sale, there is a strong chance you will not be approved in time to bid
Remember all bids are legally binding. Also please remember that we will not change the bidders details on the invoice so you must register in the name you wish the invoice to be addressed to
Do Not give your password to anyone else – it is NOT a valid excuse post-sale to claim a relative/employee/partner/friend/etc bid on your account without your permission – the registrant will still be held liable for all bidding activity
PLEASE NOTE many of our auctions are not suited to overseas bidders - the requirement to package and collect within two days means overseas bidders are unlikely to be able to comply with our terms. Should you feel you can comply, please contact us to discuss further and note in the event we do approve you to bid, a substantial deposit will be required of £2,000 before such approval is granted.
2) VIEWING & BIDDING
VIEWING is strictly by prior appointment. Viewing is highly encouraged.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 at the beginning of 2020, we have periodically changed our rules in line with English Law and Public Health England. There is currently no requirement to wear a mask when visiting our premises.
We have sanitizer stations at each entrance which you must use when entering our premises. We operate from spacious premises where social distancing is easy to maintain. We regularly sanitize the premises and the lots. Other than viewing, we keep visitors to a minimum. For viewing, we stagger arrival times to ensure there are never large numbers of visitors here at the same time
PLEASE ACT RESPONSIBLY: If you have any symptoms, or have recently tested positive, or may have come into contact with someone who has tested positive, please stay at home
No children under 16 permitted on the premises.
All lots are sold as seen - it is assumed in the act of bidding that all bidders have viewed lots prior. No allowances of any description whatsoever will be made in the event of problems as a result of failure to view - it is our strong advice not to bid on anything at all if you have not viewed to your satisfaction first - our descriptions and photos are insufficient to rely wholly upon for the purposes of bidding
Lots close at short intervals. You can bid at any time prior to the lot closing. You can either bid at the next available bidding level, or leave a maximum bid, in which instance the system will generate bids on your behalf, buying the lot as cheaply as possible, subject to what others bid and the level or reserve (if any)
Should you attempt to place a bid ‘off increment’, the system will advise at the time you attempt to place your bid. The increments increase as the lot price goes up - £5 increments up to £100, then £10 increments up to £300, then in £20 increments, etc
Please Note all sales on Bidspotter use `auto bid extension`. If a bid is placed with less than 10 minutes remaining (for that specific lot only) the end time automatically extends by a further 10 minutes. This will keep occurring until there is a 10 minute period with no bids.
3) BUYER’S PREMIUM & VAT
A Buyer's Premium of 17.5% + VAT is applied to all lots in all sales. Buyer's Premium is always subject to VAT which can never be zero rated or refunded, even for exporters
In most auctions, the majority of lots are also subject to VAT on the hammer price. However if the vendor is not VAT registered, or if the lot is VAT exempt, the lot price will not be subject to VAT
Please look at the additional fees tab in the individual lot descriptions to establish whether VAT applies to the lot in question
Strictly for those who register with an address outside the UK, a VAT refund may be possible for those exporting - see our full terms & conditions for full details. If you register with a UK address, no refund of VAT will be possible under ANY circumstances
If you will be looking to reclaim the VAT, it is IMPERATIVE that you inform us at the time of payment - claims only first registered weeks after the sale will be impossible to facilitate
4) PAYMENT & COLLECTION
You will receive a ‘winning bidder notification’ email shortly after the last lot closes, with details of the lots purchased & total balance. This email also contains your paddle number, which you should quote in all communications including as a bank transfer reference should you pay by that method. Indeed almost all commonly asked questions are answered in the winning bidder notification.
Emails come from @bidspotter or @ibidder email addresses – ensure you look out for same. If you do not think you have received an email by close of business on the day the sale ends, it is your responsibility to check your spam filters or contact us.
You will also receive a ‘payment request’ email, shortly after the ‘winning bidder notification’, which allows you to pay either:
- Online by credit/debit card
- Bank Transfer using the account details in the winning bidder notification
No in person payments are allowed.
No card payments are taken over the phone.
We Do Not Accept Cash
Balances must be paid in full & all goods collected within the timescale stipulated for the auction in question, typically two working days after the sale ends. Our opening hours for collection are 9am - 4pm
No appointment is necessary and we do not close for lunch
Most won lots are now brought to the loading bay/door, for buyers to then load themselves. Although this practice started as a result of COVID restrictions, for now we will continue with this policy to avoid un-necessary visits inside the premises
Loading of larger items using our Fork Lift Truck and driver is often possible (for a small charge) however not all lots are suited – please check prior to bidding
We will NOT palletise which means you will still need to send manpower to assist with loading your lots. Please remember that pallets are excluded and therefore should you wish to remove pallets with the lots still on them, you will need to bring like for like pallets to exchange (eg euro, regular and blue).
No collections will be possible on the day the auction ends - wait until the morning following the sale before visiting to avoid a wasted journey
COLLECTION DEADLINE: YOU WILL BE CHARGED a late collection/payment charge if you do not collect in time. It is deliberately high in the hope that buyers will make every possible effort to pay & collect promptly.
Goods paid for but not collected within one week of the collection deadline will be treated as abandoned unless agreed in writing with Robson Kay prior. Failure to pay will result in a block on the Bidspotter / i-Bidder platforms. We reserve the right to sell the goods elsewhere if goods are not paid for within the payment deadline.
WE DO NOT IN ANY WAY, SHAPE OR FORM ASSIST WITH POSTAGE OR PACKAGING - PLEASE BEAR THIS IN MIND BEFORE BIDDING. We do not supply boxes or packing materials, nor do we deliver.
This means if you send a carrier (or attend to uplift in person), you must remember we will not put the lot/s you have won in a box/bag/envelope, seal/tape up a box, lend tools to help dismantle machinery, load items on a pallet, shrink wrap pallets/items, label anything, weigh lots or indeed do anything other than point you/your carrier in the direction of the lots in question and supervise their removal. If this will pose a problem, DO NOT BID. After every sale, at least one bidder will ask us to ‘bend the rules’ giving a most compelling reason for same. THIS MEANS WE WILL NOT ASSIST IN THE DISPATCH OR COLLECTION OF LOTS – NO EXCEPTIONS – Do not ask for an exception to be made as our refusal may offend
5) FULL TERMS
Please ensure that you read our full terms & conditions for further details
Remember to read the Important Information section relating to this auction AND the full lot description/s before bidding
In particular, please bear in mind:
All bids are legally binding
You must pay & collect within two days unless the sale in question states different rules
We do not deliver
Lot are not tested, our sales are only deeemd suitable for trade buyers as there are no rights of comeback, refund or return
Remember lot prices are subject to a buyers premium and in most sales, VAT applies to the hammer price of many of the lots
GDPR and Robson Kay Newsletters
We send out a newsletter approximately once per week with information about forthcoming auctions, assets for sale outside auction and businesses for sale
In signing up to bid in one of our sales, your email address will automatically be added to our ‘newsletter database’ unless you email email@example.com with the request Please don’t add me to your newsletter database
The only information we keep in our ‘newsletter database’ is your email address – we do not record against your email address your full name, bidding history, contact information or indeed any other information whatsoever
We do keep a record of bidders in relation to their historic auction purchases, however this is on a completely separate and unconnected system
If you click unsubscribe to any of our newsletters, you will automatically be removed from the database and your email address will NOT be added back to the database even if you sign up to and/or bid in future sales, unless you specifically request to be added back in
PLEASE NOTE that because no items are sold in any of our sales with a warranty that they are in anyway fit for purpose, as is explained in greater detail in several sections of our terms and conditions, our sales are only considered suitable for trade buyers. In the act of registering and/or bidding for lots, it will be assumed that you are a trade buyer and if not, that you fully accept you are only bidding on the basis that you understand no comebacks and/or refunds are offered under any circumstances, no matter what the reason.
All of our auctions have an open viewing day and bidders are strongly encouraged not to bid unless they have viewed in person prior, because in the act of bidding, you will be assumed to have viewed and inspected to your satisfaction.
Pleasenote that these terms apply to all online sales and should be read in conjunction with the “Important Information” that has information specific to each sale, such as collection deadlines, locations and suchlike.
BUYER'S PREMIUM A Buyer's Premium of 17.5% is added to the hammer price on all lots unless specifically stated otherwise
VALUE ADDED TAXMost lots in most auctions are subject to VAT however the individual lot descriptions will refer to the VAT rate that applies. Buyer’s Premium is always subject to VAT.
Should you intend exporting the goods and believe you may be eligible for the lot price to be zero-rated for VAT purposes, it is crucial that you
• Understand VAT on the Buyer’s Premium can never be zero-rated
• Pay an amount equivalent to the VAT (to be held on your behalf) at the time you make payment for the goods, to be returned pending provision of suitable paperwork
• Inform us at the time of payment that you intend claiming back the VAT, in order that we know to hold same on your behalf
• Provide suitable documentation, including proof of export and your own limited company name, VAT number, etc. within a maximum of 12 weeks of the sale date.
• Please note that in accordance with HMRC’s rules on “indirect exports” which any goods purchased in a Robson Kay auction would be classified under in the instance of export, we cannot zero-rate or refund VAT for UK based and/or registered purchasers. For the avoidance of doubt, if your registration address is within the UK, we cannot refund or zero-rate the VAT under any circumstances.
• Acknowledge our £50 administrative fee for dealing with same
Bidders intending to export their purchases should note that Robson Kay are not exporters, cannot provide advice on exporting, cannot advise on import restrictions or requirements and cannot provide ANY documentation to assist with exporting over and above a purchase invoice.
REGISTRATIONAlong with many other auctioneers, we use ATG’s www.bidspotter.co.uk platform to host our online auctions. If you have never signed up to a BidSpotter-hosted auction, you will need to first register an account with BidSpotter online.
When you set up your account, you enter in your email address, contact details and a password. Please ensure you never give your password to anybody who is not authorised to bid on your account as you will be held liable for all bidding activity on your account if it is accessed by someone else.
Once you have set up your BidSpotter account, which is activated immediately, you can then add the details of one or more credit or debit card (not AMEX) which can then be used in a variety of different ways however, whilst we as auctioneers can see the address you attach to each card, we cannot see the full card details.
Each time you wish to bid in a specific auction, you will need to “sign-up” to that sale. Each auctioneer will use a slightly different system for approving bidders and indeed may vary the rules from auction to auction. In the instance of Robson Kay auctions hosted on BidSpotter, you are required to select a card which is then checked with the card provider electronically to ensure the address matches up for identification purposes.
We manually approve bidders who pass the security check which means outside office hours it can be several hours after signing up before you are approved – it is our strong recommendation that you sign up to auctions well in advance, as if you leave it till the last day of bidding and you experience difficulties, there may well be insufficient time to approve you.
If we are in any doubt as to the identity of a bidder, or if there is a history of non-payment with BidSpotter auctions, and in particular if you have been blocked by any other auctioneers, we will normally decline a registration. We will also sometimes send through a Payment Request (which requires a credit or debit card to be used online) for a refundable deposit before we approve bidders, particularly those based outside the UK.
Please ensure that you read all the rules before signing up to any particular auction and in particular that you are able to pay by one of the approved methods and collect on time.
Please remember to ensure on a regular basis that your registration details on BidSpotter are accurate and up to date. We will not change the details on your invoice under any circumstances e.g. if you register as an individual and ask for the invoice to be produced in your business name or vice versa. Please also remember that if you have the incorrect phone number and/or email address on your BidSpotter registration details, that is not a valid excuse for non-payment within the designated timescale – it is a bidder’s responsibility to ensure they pay for goods after the sale regardless of whether they receive contact from the auctioneer or not.
PAYMENTOnce the last lot closes, we send out a “Winning Bidder Notification” via the BidSpotter platform, with details of all the lots you have successfully bid upon, together with VAT where applicable, Buyer’s Premium, etc. This is replaced by way of a VAT-receipted invoice once we are in receipt of cleared funds in the full amount.
Balances must be paid in full by the date that appears in the Important Information section, typically just two working days after the sale closes.
We do not take cash, banker's drafts or cheques under any circumstances.
We do not take payment over the telephone
We only take paymnet online, either by way of bank transfer or credit card:
• Bank Transfer. We are happy to take payments by bank transfer and in particular Faster Payment. Please remember to ensure that if paying by bank transfer, you use a method which will reach our client account in time. Please quote your paddle number when paying by this method.
In particular, BACS payments tend to take too long and if paying from an overseas bank account, you will need to instruct the sending bank as a matter of priority to ensure the funds are received in time. Those transferring money from overseas accounts, should ensure that sufficient is sent to cover all charges by both the sending and receiving bank.
Bank transfers must be cleared in our account prior to collection. Please quote your bidder number to assist us.
Account Name: ‘Robson Kay Associates Ltd Client Account’
Account Number: 03034550
Sort Code: 20-01-96
Bank: Barclays Bank plc
Branch: Altrincham Branch
• Credit/Debit Card. You can pay online using the “Payment Request” that will be sent out by email via BidSpotter shortly after you receive your “Winning Bidder Notification”.
We do not take card payments of any amount over the phone, however, by definition, if you are able to bid online, you will also be in a position to pay online.
COLLECTIONCollections can only be made after all lots purchased have been paid for in full.
Collections typically have to be made within two working days of the sale closing. It is crucial that goods are collected within the timescale, particularly when they are located away from site.
Lots not paid for and collected by the deadline applicable to the specific sale in question will be subject to a storage charge of either £5 per lot per day or 5% of the hammer price per lot per day – whichever is the higher – NO EXCEPTIONS.
PLEASE NOTE the following rules regarding forklift trucks only apply to auctions taking place at our premises. If the assets in question are located away from site, it is unlikely that there will be any loading facilities at all.
"PURCHASERS BUY LOTS WHERE THEY LIE AND MUST BRING ANY NECESSARY LABOUR, LIFTING TACKLE AND EQUIPMENT TO MOVE THEIR LOTS. PORTERING STAFF ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO ASSIST ONLY TO SUPERVISE".
NOTWITHSTANDING THE ABOVE
Subject to availability we are prepared to assist collectors in the following ways:-
1) PALLETS - we will only allow collectors to remove our pallets if they bring with them a similar number of empty pallets in exchange, or purchase them at £3 plus V.A.T. each.
2) PALLET TRUCKS/TROLLEYS - subject to availability - we will allow collectors to use one of our hand operated pallet trucks or trolleys, providing they sign a "waiver" form, and deposit £100 cash (refundable). This deposit will be refunded when the pallet truck is returned in good order.
3) FORKLIFT TRUCKS - subject to availability - one of our staff will assist collectors by moving/loading goods with a forklift truck, providing the collector signs an appropriate "waiver" form.
We will decline to lift loads which are awkward, may leak, are unstable, or which (in our sole discretion) we deem it unsuitable for us to lift.
We charge £10 plus VAT per 15 minutes, with a minimum charge of £10 plus VAT
Our forklift truck can carry up to circa 2 ton.
NB As is made very clear, goods are sold where they lie. Allowing collectors to use a pallet truck, or providing a forklift truck and driver, are strictly subject to availability (both of equipment and our own labour), and we cannot guarantee such equipment and/or labour will be available
General Terms and Conditions of Sale
The Auctioneers act as agents only and they disclaim responsibility for default by either buyer or seller. The Auctioneers do not guarantee the title of any lot or lots sold by them, and will not be responsible for any defect in such title.
2. The Buyer
The highest bidder acknowledged as such by the Auctioneers will be the buyer. If any dispute arises, the Auctioneers shall have absolute discretion to settle the matter. The Auctioneers shall rule the bidding, and no bid shall be retracted. The Auctioneers reserve the right to refuse any bid. The Auctioneers reserve the right to bid on behalf of the vendor for any lot (either with a reserve or subject to the Auctioneers' discretion), and to withdraw, consolidate or divide any lot or lots.
3. Ownership of Purchases
The ownership of the lot(s) purchased will not pass to the buyer until the buyer has paid the Auctioneers in full the total amount due, and the Auctioneers have applied such payment to the lot. No lots may be removed until the total account for all the lots purchased has been paid in full.
4. Transfer of Risk
Notwithstanding the fact that ownership does not pass until the lots are paid for, each lot shall be held uninsured at the purchaser's sole risk from the fall of the hammer, and shall be sold with all faults and imperfections, the Auctioneers not being responsible for the correct description, genuineness or authenticity of any lot, and making no warranty whatsoever. The purchaser is deemed to have inspected the lots and satisfied himself as to their condition. No responsibility is accepted for any loss of (or damage to) lots.
Collections (which can only be made after ALL the lots purchased have been paid for in full) can be made at the times stated in the auction catalogue only.
Purchasers buy lots where they lie and must bring any necessary labour, lifting tackle and equipment in order to remove their lot(s). Where lots are fixed or connected in any way, the purchaser must have the removal/disconnection carried out by suitably qualified/experienced personnel (with appropriate insurance cover). The purchaser is responsible for leaving the site safe and for any damage to the premises and/or other lot(s).
It is the responsibility of the buyer and/or their carrier/driver to ensure that their loads do not contravene road, traffic or any other regulations.
Lots not collected within the timescale stated in the catalogue will become subject to a storage charge of £5 per lot, per day (plus VAT), or 5% of the hammer price (whichever is the higher). Late collections can only take place STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT (to fit in with our schedule), and such appointments may involve delays until we can accommodate said late collection, which will increase the storage charges due by late collectors pro rata.
If a purchaser fails to comply with any of these "General Terms and Conditions of Sale", and/or any special (or additional) Terms and Conditions relevant to the sale in question, and/or does not collect within the timescale stated in the catalogue, the Auctioneers reserve the right to resell any such lot(s) by public or private sale without reserve and without notice to the purchaser. If upon resale as foresaid a lower price is obtained for any lot than was obtained at the first sale, then any such shortfall will be a debt due from the purchaser in default in the first sale. Irrespective of the price the Auctioneers receive on resale, the buyer will be responsible for any and/all additional costs of the Auctioneers including storage at either £5.00 per lot per day, or 5% of the hammer price per lot per day (whichever is the higher), advertising, handling, selling costs, insurance etc. Furthermore, the Auctioneers reserve the ALTERNATIVE right to move lots outside the premises (at the buyer’s risk), if said lot/s are (in the Auctioneers’ opinion) restricting the use of the auction room.
6. Movement of Lots
The Auctioneers reserve the absolute right to move any lots which (in their sole opinion) are restricting the use of the auction premises and/or inhibiting collectors and/or need to be moved to assist in other activities taking place on the premises. Movement of assets in such circumstances is entirely at the purchaser’s risk, and the Auctioneers accept no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage such as may be incurred during any such movement.
7. Whether acting as agent on behalf of a named principal or acting as principal themselves, all bidders will be deemed to have the authority for each bid made and will be held equally liable with their principal (where relevant) for all obligations and liabilities in relation to the sale.
Users of the online bidding facility should ensure prior to registering that they have the authority to bind whatever entity they register as, to the conditions of sale, that they are 18 years or over and that they keep their user ID and password safe and private from any person other than those they are happy have equal authority to bid.
If any damage is done to any lot or to the premises at the viewing or before, during or after a sale, such damage shall be made good by the person committing such damage, principals being responsible for the actions of their servants, subcontractors and/or any other persons in the premises on their behalf, such damage to be assessed by the Auctioneers. No cutting or welding equipment may be used without the Auctioneers' express permission, in writing. No explosives may be used without the Auctioneers' express permission in writing.
The lots are sold as they lie with all faults and errors of description or quantity or measurement (if any). The purchaser is deemed to have inspected and approved the lots he buys, and if he buys without proper previous inspection, he shall be deemed to have done so at his own risk. No guarantee is expressed or implied either by the vendor or the Auctioneers in the lots as to performance, output, reliability, service, suitability for purpose, quantity, size or any other matter. No person within the Auctioneers' employment has any authority to make or imply any representations, warranties or guarantees.
It is believed that the quantities, descriptions and measurements stated in the catalogue are correct, but the Auctioneers will not be responsible for any error or mistake therein, and no purchaser shall make any objection thereto, or be entitled to any compensation by reason of such error or mistake. Many of the goods catalogued are described by make, type, size, output, etc. It should not however, be taken for granted that they are in their original manufactured condition, complete with all component parts, and in working order, nor should it be taken for granted that vehicles, trailers and mechanical equipment can be put into working order, or that vehicles and trailers are, or can be roadworthy. Goods which appear to be in their original wrapping and unused may have incurred many years of shelf life. Lots may be new, used, soiled, damaged, broken or incomplete. In view of their age or condition some goods may not comply with current safety legislation. Prospective purchasers are reminded that it would be an offence under the Consumer Protection Act 1961 and the Consumer Safety Act 1978 for them to sell or supply goods which do not comply with the current regulations made under either of those Acts. Prospective purchasers are also reminded that sales by auction are not consumer sales for the purpose of the Unfair Contract Terms Acts, 1977.
WE RECOMMEND THAT PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS SHOULD THEREFORE THOROUGHLY INSPECT THE GOODS IN WHICH THEY ARE INTERESTED BEFORE BIDDING.
The lots are not sold by sample but if in any case a sample shall be displayed it shall be upon the understanding that this contract shall contain no implied condition or warranty as to the quality or otherwise or that the lots are free from any defect rendering them unmerchantable.
Mileages stated for vehicles are mileometer readings. The vendor does not necessarily know whether the mileometer reading is accurate and shows the correct reading of the mileage of the vehicle. The purchaser should therefore, treat the mileometer reading as meaningless. Year of manufacture. - a civilian vehicle registration does not necessarily indicate the date of manufacture of the vehicle, for example a government vehicle (if it is a government vehicle) may be operated over the earlier or any part of its working life under a service registration number.
10. Third Party Liability
Auction sites are potentially dangerous. Flammable, noxious, corrosive and pressurised substances are present, heavy equipment is being operated, forklift trucks are in use, and electrical circuits may be live. Every person on the Auctioneers' premises at any time should be deemed to be there at his own risk, and with Notice of the Condition of the premises and the method of arranging the lots, etc. He/she shall have no claim against the Auctioneers in respect of any injury he/she may sustain or any accident which may occur, prior to, during or after the sale, or at any other time on the Auctioneers' premises.
Visitors to the premises will indemnify the vendor and the Auctioneers against all suits, claims, demands and actions whatsoever which the vendor may suffer in connection with that item.
Neither the vendor nor the Auctioneers recommend any other organisation or represent the competence of any other organisation's representatives or advertising literature which is at or about the Auction Premises by reason of the fact that the vendor or Auctioneers have allowed such representation or literature to be available or distributed at the Auction Premises.
11. Additional Items
Anything which may be found in, under or near any lot which is not mentioned in the sale catalogue, the Auctioneers reserve for the vendors. Any pallets, trolleys, tables, racks or display units used to display lots are excluded from the sale and may not be removed from the premises.
12. Provisional Bids / Reserves
Where the vendor has placed a reserve price upon a lot which is not reached when the lot is offered, then the Auctioneers will inform the vendor of the highest bid made, and in the event that the highest bid or a later bid is acceptable by the vendor, then the highest bidder will become the buyer of the lot, and be bound by the Conditions of Sale. The Auctioneers retain the right to place a reserve on any lot (on the vendor’s behalf) at any time up to the fall of the hammer.
In the instance of online auctions, where at the time of bidding there is an indication that the reserve has not been met, we reserve the right to drop the reserve to meet the price bid at any stage, including after bidding has closed, up to a maximum of 24 hours after the last lot in the relevant auction has closed. In that instance, the highest bidder will be deemed the buyer and bound by the conditions of sale.
13. After Sales
Lots sold after the sale will be subject to all Conditions of Sale, applicable if the lots had been sold during the auction.
14. Health and Safety Regulations
The Auctioneers and the vendor accept no responsibility whatsoever for any lot or lots sold which subsequently prove to contravene the Health and Safety Regulations in force at the time of the sale.
To comply with section 6 (8) of the Health and Safety at Work 1974, purchasers undertake to comply with the guarding requirements under regulation 15 - Sale or Hire of Machinery.
In respect of any and all of our Terms and Conditions and notes, time is of the essence - no exceptions will be made.
All systems or media items sold in the sale are sold without software of any kind unless such software is specifically nominated within the description of the system or media item.
The buyer shall remove immediately upon purchase of any hard disk or system containing a hard disk or any other media, all programs including any operating systems to which the purchase of the said hard disk system or other media does not convey to him/her licence to use such programs or operating systems.
The buyer shall indemnify the Auctioneers and the vendor in any actions resulting from the buyer's failure to observe Clause 18 above.
18. NO TRANSFER OF LOTS BY THE BUYER SHALL BE ALLOWED.
19. Important Notice
Prospective purchasers are advised to read thoroughly and ensure they understand these Terms and Conditions and any special/additional Terms in the catalogue. Bidders by the act of bidding, are accepting (and only doing so) upon our Terms and Conditions of trading - if in doubt - DO NOT BID.
20. Auctions / Tender / Private Treaty
The "Auctioneers" are Robson Kay Associates Ltd. These terms and conditions apply to any and all sales conducted by the Auctioneers, whether they be Auctions, Tenders (formal or informal), Private Treaty or any other method of sale. They will be supplemented by additional terms within the Auction/Tender catalogue. When selling by Tender or Private Treaty, the term “Auctioneer” shall mean “Agent”, and the term “Auction” shall mean “Sale”.
21. Random Searching of Vehicles
The Auctioneers shall have the right, if they so desire, without compensation to the purchaser, to search vehicles carrying Goods before such vehicles leave the Auctioneers' premises, in order to check that the goods being removed correspond to the Auctioneers' particulars. The right shall include the right to search the whole of the vehicle, and the right to require the vehicle to be unloaded if this is necessary for the check to be made. If the vehicle collecting goods is not owned or hired by the purchaser, the purchaser shall ensure the owner or hirer agrees to the exercise of this right by the Auctioneer. The Auctioneers’ "Premises" includes the total site.
Vehicles may be parked in the Auctioneers' car-park, but only at the owner's risk.
23. Road Traffic Act Requirements
Purchasers are reminded that any vehicle or trailer sold in any sale may not be roadworthy, or may be of such design as will not, without alteration, comply with the Acts and Regulations relating to its construction, equipment and use. It is generally an offence to use on a road a motor vehicle or trailer which does not comply with these Acts and Regulations, and accordingly it is a condition of the contract of sale that the purchaser shall in respect of each vehicle or trailer purchased by him undertake not to use it/them or cause or permit its/their use on any road in Great Britain to which the Road Traffic Acts apply until it/they complies/comply in every respect with the requirements of the Acts and Regulations relating to its/their construction, equipment and use, and accordingly to make such arrangements for its/their transportation from the Auctioneers' Premises as may be necessary having regard to its/their condition to ensure its/their lawful removal in accordance with my/our obligations under the Contract of Sale.
24. Export of Goods
The sale of goods described in the catalogue shall not imply that Department of Trade and Industry Licences for export of goods in their present or modified condition will be granted to the purchaser. The pursuit of any such licences is entirely a matter for the purchaser.
Any buyer wishing to export items bought at the auction must pay the VAT in the normal way and make his/her own arrangements with H. M. Customs and Excise in relation to any refund.
The Auctioneers shall be under no duty to either vendor or purchaser to make enquiries of any nature whatsoever as to the title of any lots, or to disclose to the vendor, purchaser or any other person whosoever the result of any enquiry, such enquiry being made entirely at the discretion of the Auctioneers.
Where any lot or lots sold are found to be subject to hire purchase or leasing agreement, the Auctioneers reserve the right to discharge the existing liability to the finance company concerned remitting the balance,if any, to the vendor on receipt of a clearance note from the finance company.
26. Rescission By Vendor
In the event of the vendor after the sale not being able to give a good and sufficient title to or delivery of any lot or part thereof before its removal, or if in the vendor's opinion the removal of any lot will endanger or permanently damage any building or other property, the vendor may by written notice to the purchaser of such lot, delivered to him or his agent or sent by post to his place of abode or business last known to the Auctioneers, rescind the sale of such lot and repay the purchaser any deposit or purchase money paid in respect thereof.
No member of staff is authorised to make any variations to these terms and conditions unless so authorised in writing by a Director. Should any of the above terms be deemed to be invalid this shall not affect validity of all the remaining Terms and Conditions.
SPECIAL NOTICE MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967
This catalogue does not constitute any part of an offer or contract.
Prospective purchaser's attention is specifically drawn to the Terms and Conditions within the catalogue. We would point out that all statements contained in this catalogue as to the lots, are made without responsibility on the part of the Auctioneers or the vendor. Any prospective purchaser must confirm by inspection or otherwise the accuracy of any descriptions, quantities, etc., contained within this catalogue and no statements herein are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. Neither the vendors nor the Auctioneers, nor any person in the employ of either of them have any authority to make or give any representation or warranty.
A SALE BY AUCTION IS NOT A CONSUMER SALE.
SALE OF GOODS ACT 1893 - SECTION 55 (7)
UNFAIR CONTRACT TERMS ACT 1977 - SECTION 12 (2)
No vehicle is warranted or held out to be roadworthy, and no lot is warranted or held out to be merchantable or safe for use or complying with statutory requirements for use, display or movement.
Neither the Auctioneers nor the vendors, nor their servants and agents have any authority to make any representations.
THE HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK ACT, 1974
The goods are not sold as articles for use at work, or at home, they are sold on the understanding that the vendor does not represent them as being in a condition which makes them suitable for use at work or home. Oil/gas fired, electrical appliances, machinery, plant or equipment are sold as scrap or for refurbishment only, and in their current condition are not necessarily compliant with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Consumer Protection Act 1987. All purchasers should understand that before using the items at work or selling them on to the consumer for use, they must undertake to refurbish the items and render them compliant with the aforementioned acts.
WE RECOMMEND THAT ALL LOTS ARE INSTALLED BY A SUITABLY QUALIFIED ENGINEER/ELECTRICIAN OR APPROPRIATE SPECIALIST INSTALLER
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
With a powerful 8-amp motor, it delivers 0-1,620 RPM, 0-5,860 BPM and 2.1 ft-lbs of torque.What is the difference between a SDS drill and a hammer drill? ›
What is the Difference Between an SDS Drill and a Hammer Drill? In essence, SDS drills are a type of hammer drill. However, SDS drills are more powerful than the standard hammer drill, making them well suited to more heavy-duty drilling applications.What's the difference between an SDS and rotary drill? ›
Unlike the standard rotary drill which has a three-jaw chuck, these drills feature the slotted drive shaft (SDS) chuck. For this reason, they produce the extra torque and force required for fast and efficient drilling on heavy-duty jobs.How many watts is a good hammer drill? ›
Typically ranging from 450 watts for basic models to around 1500 watts for the more powerful hammer drills. A higher wattage is better for drilling masonry. While if drilling into plasterboard, a lower wattage will suffice. For most basic home DIY jobs, a 550 watt drill is adequate.What does SDS mean on a drill? ›
SDS is simply the bit retention system — or how the bit is held in the drill. There is some debate as to what the "SDS" acronym stands for. The original German interpretation was "Steck-Dreh-Sitz" meaning Insert-Twist-Stay. As the bit evolved, it has come to be known as a Slotted Drive System or Slotted Drive Shaft.What is good torque for a hammer drill? ›
4 to 15Nm is fine for all of those smaller screw driver tasks around the home. 15 to 35Nm is a great all-rounder to drill and drive medium sizes screws and hole drilling. 35Nm upward will tackle all of those more serious project with bigger screws and holes.What is the difference between SDS and SDS Plus hammer drill? ›
SDS Plus have a 10mm shank, while the SDS Max has an 18mm. This means that SDS Max bits have an increased capability for tougher masonry work, withstanding more torque and force. The SDS Plus range is shorter in length and is tailored to lighter duty work and smaller diameter holes.Can I use an SDS drill on wood? ›
SDS drills offer a powerful, versatile power tool that is especially good for heavy-duty drilling into masonry and other hard materials. They can also be used for other materials such as wood and metal.Can I use a hammer drill as a regular drill? ›
Can a hammer drill be used as a regular drill? The majority can, though it is important to turn the hammer action off. That feature is designed for drilling holes in concrete, brick, masonry, etc., and punches a particular type of drill bit into the surface.
The best drill for concrete today is one of two tools: A hammer drill or a rotary hammer. They both do essentially the same thing but are vastly different tools.Why is an SDS drill better? ›
Unlike regular drills, they have a unique design that provides a high level of power during drilling. They also allow you to use the drill in three modes - rotary, hammer and rotary/hammer. With this type of drill, even the toughest material can be drilled quickly and easily, without the risk of drill bits breaking.Can a rotary hammer drill break concrete? ›
Rotary hammers use an electro-pneumatic hammer piston to generate high impact energy, which allows it to drill or demolish concrete.How many volts is good for a drill? ›
Voltage ratings of 4 to 8 volts are sufficient for light-duty cordless screwdrivers, and drills with 12 to 18 volts will meet most homeowners' work needs. A high-power model handles heavier work, but more voltage means the tool has a bigger, heavier battery.What should I look for in an SDS drill? ›
“When choosing an SDS drill, be sure to check the specification for blow energy which is measured in joules. A higher number of joules will increase the capacity of the machine and improve drilling speed.”How many volts is a good home drill? ›
For small projects like screwing, cordless 10.8 volt drills are enough. A bit heavier jobs such as wood and soft stone require 14.4 volts. Most hobbyists will find 14.4 volts more than enough for all their projects. The capacity of the batteries is measured in ampere per hour or Ah.What voltage is a SDS drill? ›
36 Volt Battery (SDS Drill)What do watts mean on a drill? ›
THE POWER RATING
The drill's Power Rating is measured by its Units Watts Out (UWO), the point where the drill's speed and torque output are the highest. The higher a drill's Power Rating, or UWO, the faster it will perform on the jobsite.
14.4V: For medium-duty tasks. 18V: For heavier-duty tasks.
SDS-plus is the most common by count of tools manufactured, with masonry drills from 4 mm diameter to 30 mm (and from 5/32" to 1-1/4") diameter ordinarily available. The shortest SDS-plus masonry drill bits are about 110 mm overall length, and the longest 1500 mm.
Number drill bit gauge sizes range from size 80 (the smallest) to size 1 (the largest) followed by letter gauge size A (the smallest) to size Z (the largest). Although the ASME B94. 11M twist drill standard, for example, lists sizes as small as size 97, sizes smaller than 80 are rarely encountered in practice.What does SDS stand for in SDS Rotary Hammer? ›
But what is an SDS drill? SDS stands for Slotted Drive Shaft or Slotted Drive System. SDS bits are inserted into the chuck to make a rotary hammer or a hammer drill.Should a hammer drill be at low or high speed? ›
Some (hammer) drills are equipped with a wheel on the handle to adjust the speed. Generally, you should drill at low speed when working with soft materials, like pine. You can drill soft wood at a relatively high speed without causing any problems.How do I know how powerful my drill is? ›
Power: There are two values you'll need to keep an eye out for here: voltage and torque. The general rule of thumb is that a higher voltage means a more powerful drill. Most cordless drills today are 18V, although lower (7.2V) and higher (20V) options are available.What is a good torque for cordless drill? ›
For light screw work, a torque of 25Nm is sufficient. If you choose a drill with a torque of between 25 and 50Nm, you can use it for all the usual jobs in and around the house. With more than 50Nm, even professionals will have enough power for heavy screw work.What are the different types of SDS hammer drill? ›
There are four standard sizes of SDS: SDS Quick, SDS-plus (or SDSplus or SDS+), SDS-Top and SDS-max. SDS-plus is the most common by count of tools manufactured, with masonry drills from 4 mm diameter to 30 mm (and from 5/32" to 1-1/4") diameter ordinarily available.What is the difference between cordless and corded SDS hammer drill? ›
Corded drills have more power and a faster drilling speed (measured in revolutions per minute, or RPM), and they don't slow down as quickly as cordless drills do as the batteries run out. Cordless drills are more convenient and work similarly to conventional drills.What does 1 inch SDS mean? ›
It's the MAX diameter of the hole it can bore. So for example a 1" SDS cannvore a 1" hole but not 100 of those holes in quick succession. If you're on a commerical site and need 100 1" holes drill in a day.Do you need to oil an SDS drill? ›
But something you can do to protect the material is to apply a small amount of grease to the drill chuck or the SDS mount of the rotary hammer drill after every few uses. This keeps both the holder and the drills themselves running smoothly.What is the difference between a hammer drill and a rotary hammer drill? ›
While a hammer drill “vibrates” its way into the surface, a rotary hammer pounds away with a whole lot more force. Rotary hammers use a drive piston that exerts air pressure to a flying piston. That drives the bit forward quickly even as the electric motor spins the bit rotationally.
Not only is the rotary hammer more powerful, it can actually beat (a rotation of the drill) around 5 times less than a high-end hammer drill. This means a tool that's stronger and a lot more comfortable to use, sending much less vibrations through your hands and arms.When should you not use a hammer drill? ›
In addition to the sound of the bit, there's a fast buzzing sound from the hammer mechanism working. You should never use hammer mode when you're drilling in wood, metal, plastics, or other materials. The chipping motion doesn't help drill any faster in those materials.Can I put in screws with a hammer drill? ›
Because of this, yes, hammer drills can be used to drive screws into a variety of materials, not just masonry. What is this? Typically, hammer drills are heavy duty tools that are both heavier and more expensive than a typical drill driver.Can a regular drill drill into concrete? ›
It's always best to use masonry drill bits or concrete diamond point screws. Both are designed to grind and bite into the material. A regular drill will require more force to push through the concrete or brick and all-purpose drill bits are more prone to snap under that pressure.Is brushless drill better? ›
Without brushes to cause friction and slow things down, brushless drills pack more power and torque. They can reach higher speeds, too. "You can expect a 15 to 35 percent increase in performance compared with a brushed motor drill," says Banta.Should you drill concrete wet or dry? ›
In most cases, a wet core drill bit is the best solution. Dry core drill bits, on the other hand, are the ideal solution when additional water is not required for the job application.Should I use a hammer drill or an impact drill for concrete? ›
Hammer drills are useful for drilling through concrete, cement and other masonry. They are not useful for woodworkers, who tend to use regular drills. Impact drivers are used for driving and removing screws in general construction and DIY projects.Can I use an SDS drill for screws? ›
The answer to this question is simple. Yes, drills can be used as screwdrivers… as long as you use the right type of drill. In order to drive screws, drills need to have a clutch as well as variable speed settings. The role of the clutch is to sense the tension.What is a rotary hammer drill good for? ›
Rotary hammers can be used for "doweling" (repetitive drilling of large rebar anchor holes), and drilling through-holes in concrete and masonry walls. The hammering action helps break up the masonry so that it can be removed by the drill bit's flutes.Can SDS drill through metal? ›
SDS drills are the perfect choice for heavy duty work when additional power and performance is required. By choosing an SDS drill, you are choosing a much more powerful hammer action that can work through concrete, steel or masonry efficiently.
Can I use an SDS bit in a normal drill? You should not use SDS bits in a standard drill. The chuck on a standard rotary or hammer drill is not designed for them. Standard bits can come loose, damage the drill and affect the quality of your work.Why should you use SDS? ›
OSHA requires workplaces to keep safety data sheets (SDSs) for each of those hazardous chemicals. The SDS informs employees about the hazards of the chemical in their workplace, how to obtain information on the chemical, and what to do if a spill or accident occurs with that chemical.Should you use water when hammer drilling concrete? ›
Running a small amount of water over the area while drilling will reduce the heat of the bit and the friction between the sides of the concrete and the drill. A good quality hammer drill will finish a 2-inch deep, 1/4 inch wide hole in concrete block in less than a minute.What is the best hammer for chipping concrete? ›
Jackhammers are used to break up concrete, asphalt, and many other materials. One benefit of a jackhammer is the power that it provides, as it easily cuts through dense materials that would take a while to break up by hand.Can you core concrete with a hammer drill? ›
A core bit is like a hole saw for concrete. While you can drill small-diameter holes a few inches or less using a rotary hammer drill, larger holes require a different accessory. For these, you want to use large diamond core bits. These require a core drill big enough to handle the torque and weight of these bits.How many watts does a corded hammer drill use? ›
Hammer drill wattage
The higher the wattage, the bigger the hole you will be able to drill. Drills with a power of 400-650 watts should be able to make holes with a diameter of 6-15mm. If you intend to use a hole cutter, then choose a hammer drill with more than 800 watts.
This electric demolition hammer is powered by a robust 1,000-Watt motor to deliver 1,900 impacts per minute. It can run on standard 120-Volt sockets that extracts 9 Amp of electrical current to produce 8 ft./lbs.How many watts is a Hilti DD 250? ›
|Hilti DD 250 Diamond Core Drill and Rig 110v 37kg Hire From £399.28 / week Hire Now||Makita 8406 Diamond Core Hand Held Drill 110v 3.7kg Hire From £72.58 / week Hire Now|
|Input Power [Max.]: W||--||850|
Corded drills have more power than their cordless counterparts, making them useful for heavy-duty tasks like drilling through sheets of metal or hardwood. While you have to stay close to an outlet because of their cord, electric drills don't have to recharge before every use.
Hammer drills are available in corded and cordless versions. Corded drills have more power and a faster drilling speed (measured in revolutions per minute, or RPM), and they don't slow down as quickly as cordless drills do as the batteries run out.Is a 500 watt drill powerful? ›
This hammer drill's 500 watt motor provides plenty of power, making it ideal for homeowners and DIY enthusiasts. Great value, this well-built power tool is capable of drilling into wood, steel and masonry.How many hours a day should you use a jackhammer? ›
As an example, according to this graph, the average Jackhammer should not be used for more than 40 minutes a day by a single user. The ELV and EAV stand for Exposure Limit Value and Exposure Action Value. This translates into a worker safely using a jackhammer for a full 8 hours shift every day.What are the joules in a jackhammer? ›
This impact energy is a measurement called a joules and of course, the higher the joules, the more power you can expect. For example, a 6kg Jackhammer is rated at 14 joules whereas a 30kg Jackhammer is rated at an amazing 63 joules.What does a 1000 watt Hilti do? ›
The Hilti TE 1000-AVR 110v demolition breaker is designed for demolishing or chiselling floors and occasional wall applications. Ideally suited for building and construction environments where breaking in concrete, masonry, stone and asphalt is required.What is the price of heavy duty Hilti hammer drill? ›
20 mm Hilti Rotary Hammer Drill, 1500, Model Name/Number: Te 30 at Rs 154000/piece in Pune.How long does it take for a Hilti battery to charge? ›
|Voltage||Battery type||Charging time|
|7.2 V||B 7/1.5 Li-Ion||≈ 45 min|
|7.2 V||B 7/2.0 Li-Ion||≈ 60 min|
The Hilti SIW 8-22 is part of the Ultimate Class and it's the strongest cordless impact wrench currently available on the Nuron line. Hilti rates the torque at 443 ft-lbs in low and 738 ft-lbs in high with 1217 ft-lbs of breakaway torque.What voltage is a Hilti core drill? ›
120-Volt DD 150-U BI 3-Speed Diamond Coring Drill Rig with Motor and Adapter.