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Gutter Vacuum Systems Product Advice

GVS Julia Martin

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GVS Julia Martin

Hi Guys

So as some of you will know, across social media I receive many tags on the groups within the industry to discuss our products for gutter clearing. Here on the WCF I answer queries when I am tagged so I am always happy to help and advise you, this means you're getting it straight from the horse's mouth so to speak rather than encounter misinformation. 

I thought I would do something especially for the members of this forum and and allow you to ask me any questions you like about our history, our products and the differences between the systems, the types of poles we sell, cameras, stock availability and if you're unsure which machine would be right for you - I'll help. 

We develop our products all the time behind the scenes and some things take months and months to design, test and development prior to production.
December 2019, we started to upgrade our industrial gutter vacuums to 51mm cyclonic inlets and provided the full kits with helpful installation videos on our YouTube channel, showing our customers how they too can improve the airflow and reduce blockages, this made our already great machines even better and also prompted customers with machines from other suppliers to also use the kits to benefit. 
We have since upgraded our industrials to 72mm heavy duty cyclonic inlets and now sell those kits for you too.

Constantly pushing our products to give you a better experience than that which we had years ago.  

Any questions that you would like me to help with, please do feel free to ask. 
If you haven't seen our latest, video, here it is. 



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