Buying Wfp, Need Advice

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by London Window Cleaning, Apr 10, 2013.

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  1. London Window Cleaning

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  2. Tuffers

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    It can be done cheaper. Do you need the ro?
     
  3. David Taylor

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    there is a full system on ebay second hand for 650

    350litre
     
  4. London Window Cleaning

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    yes i need ro, very hard water here :sad:

    i will check ebay, not sure if i can fit to the van, im not a plumber :)
     
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    ok affordable price, i quote from omnipole, cos there are based in london, they price is £2200+vat :vsad:
     
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    pure freedom do a full system for under 900 deliveryed to your door, thats every think u need,

    if u got space at home in garage or shed get a 1000litre ibc tanks at about 30 pounds and a submersible pump at 35.
     
  8. sdrah

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    here is what I did : My budget was low aswell - and bought everything individually and I think it costed me slightly less then pure freedom .

    pump £72 + controller £110 if im not wrong
    45 m of hose about £40
    a RO/DI unit 250GPD pre filled with resin - £135

    Instead of buying a water tank just get 4 x 25L plastic containers for £18 + £5 deliv
    a battery and a charger £13 and £16 delivered
    The most expensive bit for me was the pole - I bought a gardiner SLX 25 £310
    you will have to spend about £15 on fittings / connections etc

    so alltogether I paid roughly £720

    is not a big difference in price the kit sold by pure water is just £100 more -

    The big difference in my opinion is - that you have a good pole - not what you get from pure freedom
     
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