The dream team for window and building cleaning: pure water filters and water-fed poles

> What is pure water?

> Streak-free cleaning up to six storeys high

> Effective cleaning with pure water filters and water-fed poles

Easy, safe, and streak-free cleaning at heights of up to 20 m (66 feet)? Thanks to pure water and a water-fed pole, the dream team for window and building cleaning, this is no longer a problem. The extensive nLite® range and the innovative pure water filters from UNGER ensure perfect results for every situation. 

As the name suggests, pure water is water in its purest form. The special filter process removes all of the minerals found in normal tap water. This allows the water to evaporate without leaving any limescale residue. This saves a lot of time that you would have previously spent removing streaks. Thanks to its physical properties, pure water also has outstanding cleaning power. How? Demineralised water wants to restore its natural mineral balance, so it readily absorbs the dirt (= minerals) from the surface you're cleaning. What remains is an optimal, streak-free result without the addition of any chemicals or soap. Put together your own pure water cleaning set based on your working conditions and individual requirements using the UNGER Pure Water Configurator. Don't forget the water-fed pole: After all, the pure water has to get to the surface being cleaned!

Different jobs require different poles. Basically, the higher the surface to be cleaned, the lighter and more stable the water-fed telescopic pole needs to be. The nLite® water-fed pole system from UNGER offers the right solution for every cleaning task imaginable.

The choice is up to you:

  • different lengths and pole stability
  • different materials (aluminium, fibreglass, hybrid, carbon, high modulus carbon, ultra-high modulus carbon)
  • nLite One is telescopic and can be adjusted to the right length within seconds. Lengths range from 2.5 to 12.2 m (8.2 to 40 feet). No more extension poles! This makes the nLite One especially practical for lower heights, where you can handle the minimally extra weight. It is also ideal for compact transport in smaller vehicles. 
  • The lightweight and flexible nLite Connect enables efficient working at heights of up to 20 m (66 feet) thanks to the individual combination of master pole and telescopic extension pole. The big advantage: nLite Connect can be extended at any time up to its maximum height (depending on the pole). Of course, you need the appropriate pole on hand. 

Here's a quick guide for calculating how far you'll need to reach as well as the most important information on all water-fed poles.

In conjunction with a water-fed pole system such as the UNGER nLite® , pure water is an extremely ergonomic and effective cleaning method even at greater heights. You can work safely from the ground, save time and money, protect the environment, and get a perfect cleaning result. Sure sounds like a dream team to us!

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