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SBS Product Guide 2020

Smith Brothers Stores (SBS) has released its new product guide which reflects the company's growth since 2018.

The product guide features up to date information on the product ranges available at SBS, along with a statistics supplement designed to help customers answer everyday queries.

There are over 90 suppliers listed, so SBS has split the products into eight categories to make the brochure easier to navigate:

  • Metal Pipe Systems
  • Plastic Pipe Systems
  • Valves and Drainage
  • Commercial Heating and Plant
  • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
  • Ancillaries and Consumables
  • Renewables
  • Tool Hire

Each category is then expanded further, giving readers a snap-shot of the vast product range available at SBS, whilst also highlighting the relevant supply chain.

Smith Brothers also offers an extensive tool hiring service through its partnership with MEP hire, part of the Hire station group. The partnership has been developed to provide a complete tooling solution that can be delivered straight to your site.

The vital statistics section contains a variety of important industry statistics to help with your everyday questions. These statistics include detailed information on pipe systems by application, flange charts, jointing guides, comparison charts along with tube size, weight and thickness tables to only name a few sections.

3 December 2019


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