WHAT VAN SYSTEM TO GET??

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by jordan, Apr 14, 2016.

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  1. jordan

    jordan Member
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    Hi here again asking about WFP lol
    i have finally told myself to stop thinking about the changeover and bloody order them tomorrow evening i want to spend between £2000-4000 for a 500 litre water tank system
    as i'm spending the money i expect to be getting light poles carbon fibre and i guess i will need maybe 2 poles and brushes.
    i am just connecting the tap water hose into the system in the van and then filters it in the van
    So which system do you RECOMMEND
    GARDINER??? FACELIFT?? IONICCC??
    talking to window cleaning warehouse about facelift and he quoted about £4000 to have 350 litre tank 2 poles all fitted properly to the van bags of resin and everything but i want a bigger tank in case i get busy
    Thanks
    Any links would be great
     
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  2. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Give me £4000 and i'll throw in a van with the system!!

    £4k? :eek::eek: Are the poles gold plated?

    The Cleaning Warehouse put a 650L two man system with poles in Ryans van, all fitted etc and I think that was about £2700 that was an RO - DI system.
     
  3. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    What van is it going in ?
     
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    dispatch van
    do i get an expensice system or get the cheap system but expensive light poles? heres what i was thinking first but expensive FaceLift® PHOENIX 500
     
  6. Taxlossloz

    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    Well for what my opinion is worth I would much rather put DIY in for a fraction of cost - then your cash could be used for more gear
    But I never have had a van ( or doubt I ever will ) professionally done so what do I know
    I just don't see how the expense is worth it - you just need a pump and reel to get pure up the brush so why pay for flashy stuff you don't need ? I stand to be corrected ...
     
  7. jordan

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    i know what your saying i could get a full kit for probably £1000 i don't mind wasting money and want the best looking equipment out there to me its like dressing really smart day to day life its worth it to me although it costs more!
     
  8. Taxlossloz

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    Fair enough mate
    I look like a tramp ha ha
     
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