SKU Modifiers / Ordering of Items with Modifiers

Question: What is a SKU Modifier?
Answer:

SKU Modifiers are something we have added to our option tables in the 2017 Price Book update and are also available for reference on our website.

These give a much easier pricing guide for customised items and remove the need to contact us for pricing of simple upgrades or modifications.

Examples

Add white coloured inserts to Roulette Lever Basin Set with Fixed Gooseneck Outlet in Chrome Plate finish:

RL4511CP    ----->      RL4511CP-LCNS                        Order note: White Inserts

The -MTO code is used in multiple places for certain upgrades (it stands for Made to Order).

To add engraved buttons to a Roulette Series Basin Set with Swivel Gooseneck Outlet in Antique Brass finish:

RU4012AB     ----->     RU4012AB-EBU

You can chain multiple SKU Modifiers like so, for the Roulette Lever Basin Set with Fixed Gooseneck Outlet in Chrome Plate finish to have both coloured lever inserts and base inserts:

RL4511CP     ----->      RL4511CP-LCNS-BNS               Order note: White Inserts

When ordering with reference to the digital book, please ensure the price from the option table is added to the selected set on the order.

When ordering with reference to the website, please ensure you follow the prompts to build a valid SKU and price.


   
Question: How do I use the Metal Finish Codes and what do they mean?
Answer: The metal finish codes stand for the metal finishes on the end of the product SKU:

RU4012 + Metal Finish Code     ----->      RU4012CP   =   The Chrome Plate version of this item.

Common finish codes featured in the 2017 Price Book and on this website are below:

AB  =  Antique Brass
CP  =  Chrome Plate
NP  =  Nickel Plate
PP  =  Polish to Plate
RB  =  Raw Brass
BAB  =  Brushed Antique Brass
SAB  =  Satin Antique Brass
CA  =  Chrome with AB Trim
AC  =  AB with Chrome Trim
DC  =  Dull Copper
BC  =  Bright Copper
BS  =  Brushed Satin
SCP  =  Satin Chrome Plate
PB  =  Polished Brass
MB  =  Matte Black with Chrome Trim
GD  =  24 Carat Gold Plate

   
Reference: Common SKU Modifiers from the 2017 Price Update.
Answer: These are some common SKU modifiers used across the 2017 price update. This reference provides a useful guide for understanding what a code represents. It is important to note these modifiers are here for reference only, you must refer to the actual products to see what can be used if needing to specify a product.

Codes are listed in Alphabetical Order:

-2MH  =  Upgrade Hand Shower Hose Length from 1.5m to 2m
-BH50  =  Upgrade Base Stem Height on Roulette Lever Flick Mixers by 50mm
-BNS  =  Flange Base Colour Inserts
-EBU  =  Engraved Button Upgrade
-FBSS  =  Forward Bowl Sink Set Under Assembly
-FLNA  =  Change from Flared Aerator to Floline Inline Aerator
-LCNS  =  Upgrade to Roulette Lever with Coloured Lever Inserts
-MK2  =  Upgrades Bellevue Sets to MK2 Anti-Vandal Handles
-MTO  =  Made to Order / Manufactured to Order
-POA  =  Not an upgrade code but stands for Price on Application
-RACT  =  Rapid Action Upgrade
-RCN  =  Roulette Capstan Handle Style Option
-RDX  =  Roulette Redeux Handle Style Option
-RTH  =  Roulette T Handle Style Option
-SFCL  =  Self Closing Spindle Upgrade Option
-TBM  =  Thick Bench Mount Upgrade for Roulette Lever Flick Mixers
-TBUA  =  Thick Bench Under Assembly
-TORX  =  Upgrades Torrens Capstan Sets to Torrens Knurled with Anti-Vandal Handles
-VUA  =  Vanity Under Assembly

   
Question: How do I use the options tables?
Answer:

The options tables in the 2017 Price Book allow for us to easily identify each option and where it can be applied.

Each option table has an alpha-numeric reference in the bottom right of the table, for example RU-1 = the first Roulette option table, HE-3 = the third Heritage option table. Look for these references on the individual products so to know which ones can be applied.

   
Question: The option table tells me to "Specify in Notes" - what do I have to do?
Answer:

If these types of options have been selected or requested they must be written into the notes on, or accompanying the purchase order. Some ranges like Laboratory have default option sets. If it is not specified on the purchase order for the items to be made differently to the defaults then we simply won't know that it needs to be done. We do our best to check purchase orders where we suspect customisation is required as they come through but we cannot read minds so please ensure order details are correct, and especially detailed for made to order items.

   
   
   
   
   
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