BSS strengthened with Viking Johnson
Published:  13 May, 2010

LEICESTER: BSS Drainage, a brand of the heating and pipeline distributor BSS Industrial, has strengthened its stock profile by offering a range of pipe couplings and flange adaptors from Viking Johnson, providing next day delivery as standard.

Backed by its Magna Park Distribution Centre, BSS Drainage promises customers a fast and efficient service with a complete selection of products in all sizes.

BSS Drainage branches and outlets nationwide now offer Viking Johnson's unique flow control solutions including its MaxiFit (50mm to 250mm), MaxiDaptor (50mm to 250mm), AquaGrip couplings and flange adaptors (63mm to 180mm), and Flexlock coupling and flange adaptors (50mm to 200mm). For the first time, EasiClamps (50mm to 300mm) will also be part of the BSS Drainage stock range, offering a high strength repair which guarantees a first time seal on any type of pipe damage.

Tom Wilson, BSS Industrial business development director, said: "By linking up with leaders in the field such as Viking Johnson, which is part of Crane Building Services & Utilities, BSS Drainage can provide its customers with the highest quality and the best range of products for the job whilst its impressive stock capacity allows next day delivery. This has been backed up by extensive training of branch staff through dedicated manufacturer courses to make sure this is matched by service and knowledge at the trade counter."

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