Gardiners Pole Extension

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by joe90i, Sep 13, 2012.

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  1. joe90i

    joe90i Member
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    so am looking at buying the clx 18ft but just wondering if it is possable to buy extension at a later date to make it biger the only reasion am not going bigger at the moment is funds a bit tight
    thanks
     
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  2. M.K Cleaners.co.uk

    M.K Cleaners.co.uk Grand Master
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    You can get an extension that fits on the bottom. (i think thats where it goes) not sure about adding sections to it. How much is the 18ft pole
     
  3. joe90i

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    £93 pluss vat so £111
     
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    M.K Cleaners.co.uk Grand Master
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    You can get a bigger pole for the same money. You would have to sacrifice quality though.
     
  5. MikeJP

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    A bit of advice I got today from some training I did with a WFP chap who seemed to know his stuff on the subject, was to go straight for the CLX 27 as it will cover most of your jobs and then some.

    If funds are tight and wont stretch that far at the mo then he also said that an extension pole is possible if needs be.

    Someone else on here might be able to advise differently though as i'm still a rookie! :D ..............
     
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    Whats the weight in one of those
     
  7. joe90i

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    ya iv worked with the clx 27 just looking at starting out on me own at some point and can only rely strech to the 18ft at the mo so was just wondering if its possable to sort of buy the rest for thepole later if ya get me
     
  8. MikeJP

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    i dunno sorry mate... didn't ask! :wacko: was my first time with WFP so was all to eager to have a go.

    other people were saying how light it was compared to other poles.

    i think Impact 43 have done Gardiner pole systems a huge favor using them on this course!
     
  9. Alex Gardiner

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    You can add sections to the clx18. You would need the base section from a clx22 to add another 4ft. You would add this by removing the base cap and sliding on to the base.

    If you needed to go even higher at a later date you could add the base section from a clx27 to add another 4ft.
     
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    All the weights and specifications of the CLX range can be found on this page:
    http://www.gardinerpolesystems.co.uk/acatalog/cl-x-carbon-composite-pole.html

    CLX18 is 1050g
    CLX27 is 1800g
     
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