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ACRYLIC SELF PENETRATING IMPREGNANT
‘Cold Cure C120’ & ‘Thermal Cure T120’

Also C120 Gel for 'stay put' and pressure injection applications
'Anaerobic ● Non hazardous ● Rapid cure ● Non staining ● Low shrinkage ● Unaffected by UV'

Terms and Conditions

General

  • “The Company” means X-seal UK Ltd.
  • These conditions shall govern all sales of the Company to the exclusion of any inconsistent terms or conditions emanating from elsewhere.
  • The terms of this condition replace all conditions, warranties, representations, statements, liabilities and other whatsoever implied by common law, statute and/or otherwise, all of which shall accordingly be excluded to the extent allowed by law.
  • The definitive description of the goods shall be the Company’s Part Numbers. No liability will be accepted by the Company for interpreting any other description.
  • By placing an order, the customer is considered to be fully informed of and fully agreed upon these conditions.
  • The company reserves the right to update these terms and conditions of sale without notice

Price

  • The selling price does not include V.A.T. which will be charged at the rate applicable at the time of invoicing or delivery whichever is the earlier.
  • The price is ex-warehouse. Delivery options are available.
  • Prices quoted are subject to alteration without prior notice to conform with those ruling at the time of dispatch.
  • When it is not possible to accept your order due to price, the Company will advise you and give you the option to purchase the product at the new price or cancel your order.

Ordering

  • All goods quoted from stock are quoted subject to being unsold when the Buyer’s order is being assembled.
  • Orders for non-catalogue items including assemblies of catalogue items cannot be cancelled once the order has been accepted by the Company.
  • Once submitted to the warehouse, order cancellations or amendments made by the Customer will incur costs chargeable to the Customer.
  • Orders <£100.00 nett will be subject to a minimum order charge.
  • Some goods can only be ordered in pack quantities.

Delivery

  • The Company will not accept any liability for delays in delivery even if a delivery date has been quoted or agreed.
  • Any goods received by the customer, dispatched in error or otherwise unsuitable must be notified in writing to the Company within 2 working days, giving identifying information requesting the issuing of a “Returns Note” by the Company.
  • Claims for damaged goods cannot be accepted if goods were signed for as being ‘complete’ or ‘in good condition’.
  • Any claims concerning errors in packing or damaged goods must be notified in writing within 2 working days of the date of delivery. If the customer does not return such goods or make available for collection within fourteen days they will have deemed to accept them and payment will be become due.
  • Slight deviations in quality, sizes, colours and finish, which from a technical point of view are unavoidable, or under common commercial practice cannot serve as grounds for complaints.
  • Where part shipments are agreed with the customer, additional delivery charges will be made by the Company for the Backorder delivery.

Returns and Warranty Claims

  • No goods returned by the customer to the Company will be accepted unless accompanied during transit by a “Return Note” issued by the Company.
  • Returns of correctly dispatched goods of saleable quality will be subject to a 20% restocking charge plus any delivery costs. Minimum restocking charge is £10.00 plus any delivery costs.
  • Any claims concerning warrantable goods will only be considered after receipt of the completed Company Warranty Forms.

Title and Risk

  • The risk in the goods shall pass to the customer upon delivery or collection of the goods.
  • Title in the goods shall not pass to the customer until the customer has paid to the Company all sums due, how so ever arising.
  • Until title to the goods has passed to the customer, the goods shall be held by the customer in a fiduciary capacity for the Company and shall be stored in such a way that they are identifiable as the property of the Company.
  • The customer shall not permit or suffer any lien, charge or encumbrance to arise in respect of the goods.
  • Where title in the goods has not passed to the customer the Company shall be entitled to require the return of the goods and/or repossess the same and shall be entitled to sell the same to ensure that the sums then due are discharged together with any costs involved in repossessing and selling the goods.
  • If the goods or any part of the goods are incorporated in or used as materials for any other product, the property and the whole of that product shall be vested in the Company until full payment has been made.

Liability

  • The customer acknowledges that the Company is acting as a wholesaler, therefore the Company’s liability shall not exceed the value that it can recover from its supplier/manufacturer.
  • Goods which are proved to be defective may be replaced at the discretion of the Company, always provided that there is a current guarantee recognised by the manufacturer of the goods.
  • The limitation of liability due to failure of goods and/or due to design shall be limited to the value of the goods supplied by the Company and the Company shall have no liability whatsoever for loss or damage or any sort including loss of profits suffered by the customer or any third party.
  • It is the responsibility of all customers to check the suitability and condition of all goods supplied by the Company before use.

Terms of Payment

  • For approved credit accounts, invoice value payable end of month in which invoice is dated + 30 days
  • The Company may, at its discretion, charge interest on overdue payments at a rate of 3% per annum above the minimum lending rate of Barclays Bank plc.
  • The customer will become liable for all debt collection costs incurred on overdue payments.

Governing Law

The construction, validity and performance of the contract shall be governed in all respects by English Law