Window cleaning today is not what window cleaning used to be. With new methods and innovations window cleaning has become a competitive business. Using water fed pole system can do this it enables you to do the windows a lot faster and without having to carry any ladders around or falling off them.
Water fed poles is used to reach the windows with a brush system that uses RO and DI water to clean the windows with. This is an easy way to wash the windows and frames of Windows as the water fed poles do all the work for you.
Window Cleaning Water fed pole systems are a way of being able to reach those windows that you normally have to climb up ladders to clean because the water that the water fed poles use is pure water treated by reverse osmosis or DI this formula allows the water to get the dirt off with little elbow grease. Also the water-fed poles can do a much more thorough job as opposed to window cleaning by hand. This formula seems to be a winning formula as many are customers converting to water fed pole system once they realise the many benefits it can provide also it cleans the frames of the window and sills.
DI Units convert normal tap water into de-ionised water which can then be used to clean glass. The DI machine uses a resin to remove 100% of the minerals, which is converted to de-ionised water. A vital piece of kit DI helps get those windows sparkling clean. Complete Systems As window cleaners we usually remove the water with a squeegee. If the dissolved solids could be removed from the water before the cleaning process, then this would inevitably remove the problem of streaking, and that is what the pure water fed poles systems strives to do. As water percolates through the ground it invariably dissolves some minerals, and it is these minerals that we find on our windows and our cars after we washed with tap water these come in the form of white streaks and spots etc. after the water has evaporated.
R.O. (Reverse Osmosis) The next stage, Reverse Osmosis, is the most important. It involves the pre-filtration of tap water by removing particulates, down to the microns and the removal of chlorine. The RO membranes hate it, and damage will be caused if not undertaken. So the tap water is first of all pre-filtered with a sediment filter and a carbon filter then under pressure passed over the synthetic membrane were the pure water is piped over to storage and the waste with the impurities carried off to drain. By means of this method some 90-98 % of impurities can be removed. RO Units Reverse osmosis (RO) is a method of filtration that removes large molecules and ions from solutions by applying pressure to the solution when it is on one side of the unit. This means that the water is kept to the pressurized side of the membrane and the pure water will be let through to the other side. Reverse osmosis removes approx 100% of minerals from the water.
This means that it is possible to clean glass without any detergents using only water fed pole and a brush. The tube like casing that houses the RO membrane has a single feed on the top end and two exit points at the bottom end.
Pure water should be delivered through the single feed at the top end of the membrane. Then water is pushed through the membrane. Waste water exits through the right hand tube (looking down with the holes facing upwards) and pure water exits through the left hand side. From here the water is delivered to the DI resin. This then acts as a final polisher of the water. Di-Ionising Water is passed through a small polishing vessel of two synthetic deionising and demineralising resins.
The water is then passed through the D.I. resin vessel where it is polished to pure water ready to be tanked and used giving the customer the best finish they can get on their windows leaving the sparkling clean and streak free.
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