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  • What’s the Difference between Carbon Fiber and Hybrid Water Fed Poles?

    There are four important differences : Flex. The hybrid pole is much less rigid (or “floppier”) than the carbon fiber pole. The less rigid a pole is, the more difficult they are to handle and the more cumbersome to use. Weight. Carbon fiber poles weigh less than hybrid poles. Maneuver...
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  • What Are the Benefits of Water Fed Pole Cleaning?

    Safer One of the biggest benefits of using a WFP is that you can clean tall windows safely from the ground. Easier to Learn and Use Traditional window cleaning with a mop and squeegee is an art form, and one that a lot of companies shy away from. With WFP cleaning, companies that already offer o...
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  • What are the parts of a Water Fed Pole?

    What are the parts of a Water Fed Pole?

    Here are the key components of a water-fed pole: The Pole: The water-fed pole is just what it sounds like: a pole that is used to reach the windows from the ground. Poles come in a variety of materials and lengths and can reach varying heights depending on how they are designed. The Hose: The hos...
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  • How is Pure Water window cleaning different?

    How is Pure Water window cleaning different?

    Pure Water window cleaning does not rely on soaps to break up the dirt on your windows. Pure Water, which has a total-dissolved-solids (TDS) reading of zero is created on-site and used to dissolve and rinse away the dirt on your windows and frames. Cleaning windows using a water-fed pole. Pure Wa...
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  • For water fed pole, how is this better than cleaning with soap and a squeegee?

    For water fed pole, how is this better than cleaning with soap and a squeegee?

    Any cleaning done with soap leaves a small amount of residue on the glass and even though it may not be visible to the naked eye, it will provide dirt and dust a surface to stick to. The lanbao carbon fiber window cleaning pole allows us to clean all of the exterior frames in addition to the glas...
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  • What are the benefits of carbon fiber water fed pole

    What are the benefits of carbon fiber water fed pole

    First and foremost the benefit of carbon fiber water-fed poles is safety. The elimination of the need to use ladders is important as it allows window cleaners to service our customer’s windows safely. Because of the way WFP systems work, all of the windows including frames and windowsills are cle...
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  • Will my solar panels lose efficiency if I don’t clean them?

    Will my solar panels lose efficiency if I don’t clean them?

    No, that won’t happen. The reason solar panels lose efficiency is because the sun is not shining directly on them. With the sun shining directly on them, the solar cells are directly exposed to the sun, causing the photovoltaic cells to work harder and produce more electricity. If you don’t clean...
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  • What Length Pole do you need?

    What Length Pole do you need?

    Extendable water fed poles with brushes on the end are available in many different sizes and brush styles. Each set-up is designed to clean specific areas. For instance, small poles from 10 ft. to 20 ft. long are designed for cleaning first floor work. Whereas a 30ft pole will do the 2nd and 3rd ...
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  • Different material of Water Fed Poles

    Different material of Water Fed Poles

    Fiberglass poles are lightweight, and inexpensive, but can be flexible at full extension. Generally, these poles are limited to 25ft, as above this the flexibility makes them difficult to work with. These poles are perfect for somebody looking for an inexpensive pole, but also not wanting the wei...
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  • What is a Water Fed Pole System & how does it work?

    What is a Water Fed Pole System & how does it work?

    window cleaners using a brush on a carbon fiber/fiberglass telescopic pole to clean windows. These are known either as Pure Water, or a Water Fed Pole System (WFP). Water is passed through a series of filters to remove all impurities, leaving it completely pure with no bits in. The pure water is ...
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  • What does 1K, 3K, 6K, 12K, 24K mean in carbon fiber industry?

    Carbon fiber filament is very thin, thinner than people’s hair. So it is hard to make the carbon fiber product by per filament. The carbon fiber filament manufacturer produce the tow by bundle. The “K” means “Thousand”. 1K means 1000 filaments in one bundle, 3K means 3000 filaments in one bundle...
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  • Carbon Fiber VS. Fiberglass Tubing: Which Is Better?

    Carbon Fiber VS. Fiberglass Tubing: Which Is Better?

    Do you know the difference between carbon fiber and fiberglass? And do you know whether one is better than the other? Fiberglass is definitely the older of the two materials. Its Created by melting glass and extruding it under high pressure, then combining the resulting strands of material with a...
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