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Harrison & Clough Ltd

Since 1899, Harrison & Clough has established itself as the UK's leading supplier of fasteners, fixings, hand & power tools.

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Hardman Brute bar increases leverage powerHardman Brute bar increases leverage power
The Brute bar from Hardman benefits from a wider shallow claw to improve positioning and increase leverage power.

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