Ladder clamps

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by daveyboy, Aug 15, 2014.

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  1. daveyboy

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    Got my new rhino ladder clamps today
    How much better than having to mess around with screw down ones
     
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  2. daveyboy

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    Anyone else using them?
     
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    They look good... Let us know how you get on with them :thumbsup:

    I was thinking of getting some before I had to change the van but no real advantage for me now as I have a pull down rack system that you only need to put one clamp on (for extra security) that takes seconds to do. Ladder is held in place by a great big bracket that the rungs go through plus long side rails.
     
  4. daveyboy

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    I was chatting to a windie in stoke Newington the other week who was using them..I said are they actally ok as I had heard of them being a bit unreliable but he said he has used em since they invented them with no problems and showed me how to ise them
     
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    That bloke is making a right meal of that one I wonder why :rofl:
     
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    Looks good mate, just wish they were a bit cheaper.
     
  8. daveyboy

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    Stevenage Borough council paid for mine..lol
    Last of my grant
     
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    they look good
     
  10. daveyboy

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    This is what is being delivered monday

    1 "Unger ErgoTec® T-Bar"
    Item: 14"/35cm
    Price: £4.35
    1 "Ettore Porcupine Sleeve"
    Item: 14"/35cm
    Price: £8.75
    5 "Unger Rubber Soft"
    Item: Single - 10"
    Price: £0.85
    1 "Unger Stainless Steel S-Channel"
    Item: 6"/15cm
    Price: £1.95
    1 "Unger Stainless Steel S-Channel"
    Item: 10"/25cm
    Price: £2.55
    1 "Unger ErgoTec® SwivelLoc Handle"
    Item: Fit to S-Channel - Straight
    Price: £9.35
    1 "Unger OptiLoc™ Poles"
    Item: 12ft 3 Section
    Price: £25.15
    1 "Unger Small Bucket 18L"
    Price: £7.25
    1 "Unger Economy Belt"
    Price: £6.55
    1 "Unger Ninja Bucket On A Belt - Black"
    Price: £12.65
    1 "Unger ErgoTec® Pouch"
    Price: £10.35
     
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