Facelift Source Special Kit Deal
Following my recent blog post and email regarding the window cleaning equipment from Facelift, we’ve put together some special kit offers so you can just ‘plug & play’.
The science behind the deal
A water-fed pole system uses purified water in conjunction with a pole and brush or other attached tool to clean windows, building surfaces, vinyl awnings, truck trailers, cars, etc.
Pure water creation and uses
Pure water is created by removing the sediments and total dissolved solids (TDS) from the water. The process involves a chemical and electrical process called De-Ionization (DI), it’s the key to pure water cleaning, electrically removing the dissolved solids turns the water into a safe, yet effective cleaning agent.
Small-scale systems use a combination of filters, membranes and DI resins to accomplish the task of creating pure (near zero TDS) water.
Large-scale systems use electricity to separate the dissolved solids from the water. Most building cleaning uses small-scale water purification to create pure water.
Glass cleaning is the most demanding use of pure water for cleaning.
“Pure” is defined by the parts per million of dissolved solids, typically things like iron, calcium carbonates and silica that remain in the water. This industry measures pure water as X TDS.
So here are the deals that gets you your pure water to clean your windows whilst having the versatility to move freely around your window cleaning location;
- 40 Litre DI Trolley with 25ft Pro (50% Carbon) Pole Complete – £949.95
- 40 Litre DI Trolley with 35ft X (100% Carbon) Pole Complete – £1120.49
- 70 Litre DI Trolley with 30ft X (100% Carbon) Pole Complete – £1189.95
- 70 Litre DI Trolley with 40ft X (100% Carbon) Pole Complete – £1369.95
All Include 12″ Brush, angle neck, hose connections, 5m trolley hose. Prices are ex VAT.
Available to rent at £100 per day.
Other combinations and specifications are available, please contact us with your query.
Want to see it in action? Call us to book a demo.
Thanks to free window cleaning tips for the science bit!