ksp

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About ksp

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  • Cleaning Method
    Water Fed Pole
  • when did you start window cleaning?
    April 2016
  1. I agree that I think they should do something for the price of delivery. I understand it becomes good value when you're buying in bulk but when I want to try something for window cleaning I'd rather buy just the 1 and see what I think than purchase a few for increased value on delivery, realise I don't like the product and then end up lumbered with x amount of an item/items I'm never going to use again. Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums
  2. I highly recommend k in Kent. Accommodated every request I've had, deals with my own Naivety with regards to anything regarding technology and 'dumbing down' so I know what he's doing, and you know he's working his ass off to get you to where you want to be. Worth the money and some. As I expand and begin to offer other services no there's no question who I'll be using to get those other services marketed 'out there' on the web. It's been a pleasure to work with him on the business and along with the website the wisest investment I've made to date. Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums
  3. I'm looking forward to trying it Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums
  4. Damn I should have waited! Haha. I'll update once I've tried it also. Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app
  5. Ok I've just purchased 5 litres. I'll be watching for the shine! [emoji16] Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app
  6. What would you recommend for cleaning PVC the UPVC cleaner or TFR? I've used TFR, UBIK and nononsense degreaser and found the degreaser to be best in my opinion. I see from your stock your website you sell them all. Presumably you'll say the UPVC cleaner but why? The active ingredients are different? and how does that effect the finish on the PVC? I've not seen any before and afters of your products but always after something that can make the job easier or leave a better finish. Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app
  7. I've got the same system. It's set up for a 60/40 waste to pure ratio. When it's open it allows more to go through to waste to flush. When it's closed it's restricted and the psi jumps up by about 15. Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums
  8. You want it closed. It restricts the flow and increases the operating pressure of the system. The first few minutes I use the It I have it open to flush the RO and then close it. You'll have a pressure gauge on it and be able to add once it's installed the increase/decrease in pressure. Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums
  9. Presumably it'll depend on the psi requirements for the membrane? I saw some hf5 from axeon that worked best at 80psi but I'm not sure if the requirements fluctuate for different manufacturers. If it was too much you could stop using the booster pump. Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app
  10. Or kick boxing. They're all complimentary and leave you a more complete fighter. Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums
  11. Ah good. That makes things easier. Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums
  12. If I purchased the second one, could I replace the membrane with a better one or are the housings specifically designed for the different types of membranes? Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums
  13. Ok cheers tuffers. I've messaged the guy on eBay selling the one with 20" pre-filters asking if he can change the membrane for a low pressure one. Hopefully all going smoothly I'll get that. What size resin vessel do you have? I was looking at 11 litres. Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums
  14. Cheers guys. So between the original specification posted and this one http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/HID-4040-4-x-40-HIGH-FLOW-REVERSE-OSMOSIS-RO-MEMBRANE-WINDOW-CLEANING-SYSTEM-/282512857639?hash=item41c7141a27%3Ag%3AJmwAAOSw8lpZNx49&_trkparms=pageci%253A370ca09e-5dce-11e7-86e0-74dbd180b34b%257Cparentrq%253Afa938bb515c0a9c992d77cbafff76b89%257Ciid%253A1 which would you choose Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums
  15. Cheers Jason. I have a booster pump (for my current system that is a 400gpd )which increases my psi from 40 to 90 and increases the full time from something ridiculous like 24 hours to the 7 hours currently. The system in the pic is meant to produce around 2 litres of pure per minute with optimum conditions and it's the best price I've seen but just wondering if there are ways I can go about it to make it more cost friendly from my side as I'm on a strict budget currently. Meaning I can and do need to spend to grow but I have to be frugal and smarter than I have the capacity for in the way I go about it haha. Sent from my iPhone using Window Cleaning Forums