Imperial Tools Australia.
Dependable Under Pressure.
The brand name Imperial™ has been in production for more than a century which is a tribute to the ongoing quality of our products. Many Tradesmen remember them as Imperial Eastman through the product branding. The tool range is suitable for several industries and trades needing specialist tooling for specific jobs. Our superior tube & pipe benders, along with flaring tools suit the needs for the Hydraulic Service Industry. Browse our categories below or select from the menu above and check out what is available.
At Imperial Tools Australasia, from our location in the southern Newcastle area in New South Wales, we supply Imperial, Milbar, Thermal & Lakesude branded products throughout Australia.
Address. Unit 5/24 Strathmore Rd, Caves Beach NSW 2281
Phone. (02) 4971 6500
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Manifolds & Gauges, Tube & Pipe Benders, Tube Cutters & Deburrers, Flaring, Swaging & Reaming, Leak Detectors, Automotive Specialty Tools, Refrigerant Hoses, Specialty Tools & Devices, Safety Wire Twist Pliers, Wire Cutters, Strippers & Crimpers, Circlip & Ring Pliers & Kits, Specialty Fittings, Replacement Parts.
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