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carbon fibre or High Modulus Carbon Fibre


Guest jay

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Hi WC's need to get a 60 foot pole or more and I wanted to ask your expert opioion modulus carbon fibre or carbon fibre what is better and what manufactor would you say are the best with customer care after you purchase the pole off them.

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Guest ClearVue Solutions

High Modulus Carbon Fibre is FAR stronger and from a H&S viewpoint is the only material poles should really be made out of to be used at that height. Higher tensile strength and wont snap under higher pressure loads.

 

I sell up to 75ft HM poles. If your interested, give me a bell and I'll try and sort you out with a deal. info@clearvuesolutions.co.uk always just an email or a phone call away to help out with any queries.

 

All the best, Jeremy

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