LNC Woodworking Machinery reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time. Any such changes will take effect at the point of posting and it is your responsibility to read the terms and condition on each occasion that you use the site, your continued use of the website shall signify your acceptance to these latest terms and conditions
The sellers are not liable in any way for faults, shortage, errors, deficiencies or descriptions. The machines are sold with all faults, the purchaser buys at their own risk. We don’t offer any warranty on our machines due to the age of some machinery.
No warranty or guarantee is given on used machinery unless specifically agreed in writing by LNC Woodworking Machinery.
All products purchased must be paid for in full prior to despatch/collection and remain the property of LNC woodworking machinery until paid for in full.
The buyer is responsible for unloading, site positioning, erection and any damage arising during these operations. No liability can be accepted for any work whatsoever for account unless agreed by us in writing.
Health and Safety
It is the buyers responsibility to carry out risk assessments to ensure the machine/s supplied are safe and without risk to health and safety prior to use.
PUWER (Provision & Use of work equipment regulations 1992) under these regulations it is the employers/buyers responsibility to ensure that machinery is suitably guarded, efficiently maintained and in a good state of repair.
Training – all machine operators must have received sufficient training and instruction in safe operation of the machines (Woodworking Machinery regulations 1974) it is the employers/buyers responsibility to make sure all employees are suitably trained.
Noise – The levels of noise produced by machines varies considerably It is the responsibility of the buyers responsibility to ensure machines operate within the current noise legislation.
Dust – Wood dust can be harmful to health under the hazardous substance regulations it is the responsibility of the employer to ensure machines operate within the current dust legislation.
Information on the relevant legislation can be obtained from the Health & Safety executive web site