The Water-fed pole cleaning system
The principle of de-ionised water lends itself perfectly to window cleaning. The tradition of using ladders and buckets has now been superseded by the water fed pole system. The system uses an extendable pole through which the de ionised water is fed to a brush at the end. The brush is then moved across the window allowing the water to absorb and remove the dirt. The window is then rinsed to leave a streak free surface. Not only does the system leave the window clean it also cleans the frame, particularly useful on UPVC double glazing and conservatories.
Why choose UK Commercial Cleaning for your training requirements?
UK Commercial Cleaning carry out all aspects of window cleaning throughout the UK and cover 1000’s of sites every month. All of our instructors are time served window cleaners and have excellent knowledge of the de ionizing system and the use of the water fed pole system.
What is included on the one day water fed pole course?
- The reverse osmosis system and the importance of the system
- The use of total diluted solids meters
- The use of the water hardness map
- How to clean windows using the water fed pole system
- The health and safety aspects of using the water fed pole system
Also you will receive “Trouble shooting” and ongoing support from our team of instructors.
15th November 2021
17th January 2022
23rd May 2022
19th September 2022
This includes all personal protective equipment, chemicals, cleaning equipment and a full day of training in our purpose built training area.
All of our courses are held at our training centre which is located in our Gateshead Head Office- NE11 0HZ.
Courses run from 10:00 until 16:00 depending on the level of experience of the trainees.
Local hotels are available the closest of which being the Premier Inn Newcastle Team Valley- NE11 0BE.
If you have any other questions please feel free to contact our office on 0800 032 9533.
Please Note: The booking is non refundable.
Full start-up packages are also available please contact for further details.