Mighton Products


    Choosing and using Mighton products has been made easier than ever with two new, product-dedicated catalogues with extended ranges and quick-navigation format.

    For 2018 the company has launched separate catalogues for its core ranges, making each more focussed on each customer’s needs, as well as adding new product ranges and much more technical and how-to information.

    The main hardware catalogue has 132 pages packed with all the best in window and door hardware, including Mighton’s new Armourer range of security products as well as the acclaimed Angel Ventlock sash window restrictors.

    Mighton’s patented machinery range for professional joiners now has its own dedicated catalogue to reflect the growing popularity of machines such as the X-Cut cross-jointing and Scribe-It end-scribing machines. The 12-page Mighty Machines catalogue also tells everything about Mighton’s Mobile Demo service, offering free demonstrations for real hands-on experience of any of the machines anywhere in the UK.

    Mighton has also moved its massively expanded range of Mighton Ankerstuy paints and stains into their own dedicated catalogue.

    As well as being more product-specific, the catalogues now have colour-coded icons to help navigate quickly and easily to any of the product sections, all presented with a clear and stylish new design.

    Chairman Mike Derham said: “We are proud of our comprehensive product ranges, with the best of everything that the professional could ask for. Now, with these new catalogues, we have not only packed in more of everything, we have also made them quicker and easier to choose the products – and to learn how to make the very most of them.”

    To learn more about Mighton Products or to order a new catalogue visit www.mightonproducts.com or call 01223 497097.


    When a 217-year-old Cambridge University college needed maintenance to more than 1,000 sliding sash windows, it goes without saying that the correct choice of specialist materials was an essential element.

    That choice in the case of Downing College was the Restoration Paint (11-0050) from Mighton Ankerstuy, a range specifically designed for maintaining and restoring the exterior of timber doors and windows. The paint is waterborne and quick drying, so it can be applied in multiple coats in a single working day. Its low-odour formulation means it can be used in close proximity to a building’s occupants, so the contract could be carried out while the college was in normal use.

    Mighton Technical Consultant Graham Avery added that it will not ‘block’ when the college’s classical sash windows are opened and closed, and it exhibits good gap and crack filling characteristics where the timber substrate may show signs of ageing.

    He continued: “It can also be expected to retain its appearance and protective qualities for up to ten years, which helps to control the cost as well as the visual disruption of scaffolding, especially on a project of this scale.

    Downing College, Cambridge, was founded in 1800 on the will of Sir George Downing, 3rd Baronet, from wealth accumulated by his grandfather the 1st Baronet who, among other things, gave his name to Downing Street in London.


    Mighton Chairman Mike Derham concluded: “Downing College is one of the finest examples of classical sash windows in a large historic setting that can be seen anywhere in Britain. The contract makes the point perfectly that such restoration and maintenance work can only be carried out to the right standard by using specialist materials that were designed and formulated specifically for such an application.

    “The Mighton Restoration Paint range has proved itself in many classical buildings over the years and we are very pleased that Downing College is now one of them.”

    To learn more about the Mighton Ankerstuy range or to order a new catalogue visit www.mightonproducts.com or call 01223 497097.


    Mighton Products has appointed David Lambert as its new Warehouse Manager. The news follows a recent announcement from the hardware specialist stating that the company’s new additonal on-site warehouse, and improved trade counter, are now complete.

    Chairman Mike Derham said: ‘‘We are pleased to welcome David to the Mighton team. With 16 years experience, plus his ADR, IMDG and IATA certifications, David is an expert in the transportation of hazardous goods. He’ll be playing a vital role in the business as we continue to expand our product offering and further develop our customer services. He’s responsible for the management of the warehouse team, including export shipping, quotations and ensuring orders are despatched promptly, as well as Health and Safety across the whole site.”

    David commented: “Having previously worked for a distributor of spares and accessories for electron microscopes for many years, I‘m familiar with the courier services and computer systems that Mighton use. Attention to detail is key to ensuring that stock levels remain accurate that all customer orders are correctly fufilled and received on time whilst we fully commission our new warehouse.”

    At present, Mighton Products manufactures and distributes over 2,000 different sash, casement and door products from its Cambridgeshire premises. In addition to hardware, the comprehensive Mighton offering includes a patented range of woodworking machinery as well as a growing choice of Mighton Ankerstuy professional paints and coatings.

    To learn more about the range of products and services offered by Mighton Products, or to order a catalogue, visit www.mightonproducts.com or call 01223 497097.


    20170626_163528Independent cabinet-maker-turned-artist Rob Bishop recently tested out the Mighton Ankerstuy coatings range for some new artwork pieces, and was more than impressed with the results.

    Created at his Hertfordshire-based workshop, Rob’s unique style of artwork is formed using a method that combines digital art with wood work and painting. Each piece, including a bespoke wooden frame, is created in its entirety from scratch with multiple layers of wood stain applied in order to produce a unique outcome every time.

    “With my style of art I have tried and tested many different brands of coatings, but after using Mighton’s water-based range I found it works a lot better than others I have experimented with in the past,” explained Rob, “Mighton’s range is particularly suitable for my work on both the frame and the artwork itself as it has a great consistency and ease of application. This allows me to spray a good coat to a frame that is hanging from the rack, without the fear of it running. Drying times are also perfect and, as a result, this has given my pieces a high standard of finish.”

    In 2015 Rob was signed by a major art publishing house within weeks of his first gallery appearance, however in 2017 he decided to work as an independent artist which has allowed him to take full control of his work and be selective with what galleries he exclusively displays in.

    Mighton first introduced Anker Stuy Verven paint products to the UK joinery market in 2016, as a sole trusted distributor, before both companies announced an official partnership earlier this year. A rebrand of the range subsequently took place with all paints and coatings now distributed to UK joiners under the new Mighton Ankerstuy brand.

    Offering ease and consistency of application, fast drying times, exceptional durability and sustainable performance, the range received such an encouraging response following its launch that it has recently been expanded to offer both interior and exterior finishes.

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    To learn more about the range of Mighton Ankerstuy paints and coatings or to order a new catalogue visit www.mightonproducts.com or call 01223 497097. Rob‘s artwork can be found in a select number of UK galleries. To find out more or to contact Rob regarding commission pieces, visit www.robbishop.co.uk.


    Jim Herrington, Marketing DirectorMighton Products has announced Jim Herrington as its Marketing Director.

    “Jim joins us from the Telecoms industry and has varied experience working on a range of prestigious projects and events, including a major project for the 2012 Olympics,” explained Mighton Chairman Mike Derham. “Jim’s an award winning Chartered Marketer with rich experience and in-depth knowledge, gathered from several sectors, which puts him in a great position to creatively lead our Marketing department and help drive the Mighton brand forward. We are very pleased to welcome him on board.”

    Herrington commented: “It’s a great opportunity to join a well-established professional team who have put in some fantastic work to date. Because of the strength of the foundation that has already been built, we’ll be looking at a number of different activities where we can target key areas, which I expect will have a notable impact on the business. Mighton has reached an incredibly interesting point in terms of its growth and I am excited to be joining the company at this time to help take things to the next level.”



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