Press Release 1st October 2003

Bricks & Brass

www.bricksandbrass.co.uk

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
01 OCTOBER 2003

UK Launch of the ALLSAW™ 150

The new ALLSAW™ 150 (AS150) is a revolution in cutting technology. Using a unique patented orbital cutting motion and two forward-facing blades, the Allsaw™ 150 is able to perform with degrees of effectiveness and safety which were previously impossible.

Designed for the professional and DIYer, the Allsaw™ 150 is made to exacting standards. It is ideal for a variety of cutting tasks making it the most versatile and useful tool you will ever own.

Cut More: The AS150 is able to cut bricks, mortar, soft sandstone, natural limestone, timber, plastics, foams or any combination of these materials. It will also cut tree-stumps (through dirt and sand) and is ideal for pruning and other landscaping tasks.
Cut Dry: The AS150 cuts masonry materials dry, with significantly less breathable dust than disc cutters.
Cut Safe: Unlike disc cutters the AS150 does not throw dust into the air, or kick back.
Cut Deep: The AS150 is the only small, handheld saw able to cut to depths of 120mm (plunge blades) in masonry materials.
Cut Square: The AS150 is able to cut square corners, requiring no over-cutting, or bolstering.
Plunge Cut: Use the AS150 to cut directly into flush walls without stitch drilling.

At Bricks & Brass, we were so impressed with this tool from Australia that we are selling it direct. Simon Tyrrell-Lewis of Bricks & Brass comments:

"This tool will save massive amounts of time on a large restoration project. It also offers a more gentle and precise method of removing cement pointing from soft bricks than a cutting disc."

ENDS

Notes for Editors

In February 2001, Simon Tyrrell-Lewis launched Bricks & Brass to share his enthusiasm for houses built between 1830 and 1914. With over 300 pages of information, Bricks & Brass presents the history of houses in the United Kingdom built in the Victorian and Edwardian periods and later; A guide to architectural details and decor with tips about restoration and maintenance work. Contact information for companies providing essential services to the owners of old houses, such as fireplace restoration and encaustic tiles, and for organisations which can offer advice. Information about books on the history and care of period homes, a glossary of terms and interesting events.

Contact:

Simon Tyrrell-Lewis
Bricks & Brass
2 Aldermary Road
Bromley
Kent
BR1 3PH

Phone:

020 8290 1488

Email:

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