How Much To Get Started Wfp

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Jez86, Apr 19, 2013.

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  1. Jez86

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    I've been offered a van and I want to convert to wfp as there's too many houses with windows you can't do trad. How much would it cost to go wfp the cheapest way to get me started, money's a little tight at the minute as my partner is having a baby in may :D

    (I know it's been asked before but I wondered if what's the best option??)
     
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  2. Jez86

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    And plus I almost got blown off my ladder the other day :/ lol
     
  3. rcproperty

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    Cost me about £1500 but can get it cheaper.
     
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    Will depend on your waters ppm.. But they is DIY kits on eBay for around £800
     
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    Ok I'll check ppm, what does it ideally need to be under to get away with using just resin?
     
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    Less than 150pm ideally, but you're. Can use just resin at any ppm you will just use a lot more! And cost you lots.

    Your not far from me so would be in the region of about 400ppm so RO system would be needed.

    We are in the process of opening a window cleaning shop in northampton so might be able to help with things!
     
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