What If I need expert advice on my product choices?

IFP are always happy to help you with your enquires. To contact us, please send us an email or call us on 086 0293138

I don’t have a PayPal account, can I pay by credit card?

We accept payment by credit and debit cards and Paypal.

Do I have to order online?

No, you may order over the phone. All you need is the names of the products, and your payment details. Just call Rory on 086 0293138.

I want a product from the brands you stock, but you don’t have it listed on your website. Should I look elsewhere?

No. We can sell all Oregon, Husqvarna, McCulloch, Gardena, Bahco, Draper and Pferd products, among others. We list certain Forestry products that are currently in stock. If you have a particular product in mind, get in contact with our sales team, and we can order in the product for you. It could even become a permanent product on our site.

Do you accept official orders?

Yes, we accept orders from any authority/company/estate. If you have quite a large order, we would recommend calling our sales team.

I’ve made an order, but I’m still waiting on my items!

We endeavour to deliver within 24-48 hours for in stock items. Unfortunately, due to high demand we sometimes may run out of some items. If this does occur we we try our best to notify you of such an issue, and try to resolve it as best as we can. If restock will take some time (IE an overseas shipment), we can send you the rest of your order and put the missing item on backorder, which will be forwarded onto you as soon as it comes back into stock.

What are the EN numbers displayed on some of your products?

The EN number is a series of Personal Protection Equipment standards, covering the testing of chainsaw protective clothing and equipment.
The various standards for PPE (e.g. hard hats EN397) are too numerous to list here on this website. Within the standards there may also be various subdivisions to denote the standard of protection or type (e.g. ear muffs/defenders EN352-1, ear plugs EN352-2, helmet mounted muffs/defender EN352-3).

Since 1 July 1995, all new PPE must be ‘CE’ marked. The CE mark signifies that the PPE satisfies certain basic/minimum safety requirements.