• Do I have to have an account to order from you?

    No, not at all. You can order directly from the website and pay at the secure checkout. However, opening an account enables you to view previous orders, store favourite / frequently used items, delivery options and card details for a speedier transaction.

    For more information please call 0121 525 0020 or email: sales@seagullfittings.co.uk

  • How do I pay?

    You can pay by Debit or Credit card via our website. Additionally, mail and telephone orders can be paid by Bank Transfer and PayPal, as well as cash in person.

  • How long will delivery take?

    We send out all ex-stock orders on a next working day carrier service. Larger orders are delivered by our own transport, or a specialist freight company.

  • Do you have any other delivery options?

    STANDARD NEXT WORKING DAY DELIVERY £12.50

    Next Day Delivery Options
    By noon - £25.00
    By 10am - £35.00
    By 9am - £39.00

    Weekend Delivery Option
    Saturday by Noon - £45.00
     

  • What is the latest time I can order for a next day delivery?

    Order by 10pm, Monday to Friday. 

    Order by 3pm for Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland

  • When are you open?

    OPENING HOURS:

    Monday – Thursday from 8.15am – 5.00pm

    Friday from 8.15am - 4.00pm

     

    ONLINE ORDERING AVAILABLE ALL DAY EVERY DAY!

  • Is Aeroquip now Eaton?

    Yes - Aeroquip is now a brand name of Eaton Hydraulics, as is, Weatherhead, Vickers & Synflex.

  • Do you have a Trade Counter service for making hose assemblies?

    Yes, we do. We'll even make you a cuppa to drink while you wait for your hose assembly.

  • Why are some Aeroquip hydraulic hose & fittings measured with a nominal bore?

    Some hose standards e.g. SAE 100 R5 have a nominal bore to distinguish them for use with reusable hose fittings. They are very often used for high temperature hose applicationsn and enable hose assemblies to be made on -site without the need for specialist tools.

  • The end has come off my hose, can you swage/crimp a new one on for me?

    In short, no! Hydraulic and pressure wash hoses have a rubber outer cover that will degrade over time and we cannot re-end a hose that has previously failed.

  • Do your Twin Ferrule Compression Fittings interchange/ are equivalent to Swagelok?

    Yes.

  • What does LPG mean?

    Liquified Petroleum Gas - Seagull have hose specifically designed for use with LPG which is often used for agricultural grain drying and fuel delivery service.

  • Why have Twin Ferrule Compression Fittings instead of Single Ferrule Fittings?

    Twin ferrule fittings are designed for high pressure, high temperature, high integrity uses in chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, nuclear, power generation and instrumentation applications where leak-free tube connections are critical.

  • Do you sell Single Ferrule Compression Fittings?

    Yes! We stock a range of steel DIN2353 fittings for hydraulic tube and brass compression fittings for use on gas and LPG connections as well as low pressure air lines.

  • What is the difference between O.D and N.B?

    Quite simply; O.D. means Outside Diameter - generally for tube. N.B. means Nominal Bore - generally for pipe.

  • Do BSP and NPT threads screw together?

    BSP and NPT are different thread forms and should not be mixed.

  • With terms like Flange, Nipples, Bush, Slip-on and Screwed; do you ever get complaints from the tabloid press that you're infringing their rights to publish such phrases?

    Please contact our legal representatives at pleadignornace dot com

  • Is Tony really Italian?

    Not unless Smethwick is suburb of Milano, no. He's never been on the Trans-Siberian express either.

     

    Meet the entire team here https://www.seagullbalustrades.com/about-seagull-balustrades/meet-the-team.html

     

  • How did you come up with Seagull as a name?

     Erm....long story, but if you combine a British Seagull outboard motor, the seaside and stainless steel; mix with a 'few' large single malt whiskies and out pops Seagull Stainless (or at least it did in someone's head) - this later became Seagull Fittings.

     

    It is also the name of our sister company Seagull Balustrades

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