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ForgeFix’s new website promotes smarter fixing technology

ForgeFix, one of the UK’s leading distributor of fixings, fasteners and associated items, has launched a new website dedicated to products sold under its TorxFast brand.
The new site – www.torxfast.com – explains the many technically advanced features by the range of woodscrews, which ForgeFix markets as smarter fixing technology, and offers an introduction to the benefits offered by the range. This includes an overview of features such as the self-drilling shank employed on TorxFast multi-purpose screws.

Other features outlined include the dual head design used on TorxFast timber screws, enabling users to employ different types of driver, as well as the highly corrosion resistant green RUSPERT® coating designed for exterior use. TorxFast.com also offers details of the numerous sized screws available under the brand, ranging from 3.0 x 12mm up to 7.0 x 250mm.

Mike Smith, marketing director at ForgeFix, said: “Since their introduction, our TorxFast multi-purpose woodscrews have gained wide and growing popularity with thousands of trade and DIY users. Key to this success has been a number of design innovations which allow TorxFast screws to make fixing into wood, quicker, easier and cleaner than ever before.”

ForgeFix has recently extended their range with several new products that give users the option of 27 extra sizes as well as various additional finishes. They source their products from manufacturers across the world, and provide online ordering and next day delivery across the UK.

Smith concluded: “Given the extensive array of advanced features and subsequent benefits offered by the TorxFast range, a brand specific website was perhaps the only way of doing them full justice. The new site can be used both as an information source for end-users as well as a product training and sales aid for our stockists.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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