Water Fed Pole Autobrush

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Water Fed Pole AutoBrush, only pump water
when the brush is in contact with the glass.

Auto Brush, Practical demonstrations of our new water fed pole Autobrush in use.

Autobrush in on position water fed pole autobrush.

Autobrush in off position window cleaning autobrush.

water fed pole autobrush Autobrush Our new improved Autobrush - How much is it costing you per day not to have one? How many times in the year could you have done another couple of window cleaning jobs in the day, if you had never run out of water? Water fed pole Window cleaning with the Autobrush you are guaranteed to save at least 10% water over the day. An average window cleaner with a 400L tank, and working 240 days per year, and earning £20 per hour will be loosing approx £3840.00 per year, now seriously can you afford NOT to buy one? The brush will cost you £69 and will last you at least a year, so it will be a total saving of £3771.00 per year.

The above figures are very conservative, at 10% water saving and £20 per hour.

Now some of you may be saying but I use a trigger? Even if you do there is still time wasted changing the trigger from one pole to another, or changing the trigger from one section of pole to another when adding and taking away sections. Not to mention the time spent on wrestling with the loose hose flapping around at the front of the pole, while your using the pole closed.

With the Auotobrush you are only pumping water when the brush is on the glass. You are not rushing around, tripping over stuff, while your precious water is spraying all over the walls. When your brush is off your pump stops, and you have all the time you need to adjust your pole, move obstacles, or talk to customers, without worrying about wasting you precious water.

The difference in cost between a run of the mill brush and the Autobrush based on a working year of 240 days, will cost you 20p every day you use it, how much will it save you?

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Introducing the new Autobrush As you will no doubt be aware with the increasing use of water fed poles in the window cleaning industry, we will undoubtedly have an environmental effect on our water supply. Hundreds of thousands of gallons of water will be wasted each day when the window cleaner is moving from window to window, and more so when the pole is being lowered or heightened.. The Auto Brush will save all this wasted water, as it only lets the water pass through the brush when the brush is in contact with the window. No window cleaning, no spraying water. Battery power will also be saved with the AutoBrush, as in most cases the pump will be idle when the brush is not cleaning the window.

Sorry for the delay in the new Autobrush. Due to popular demand, and the fact that a large No. of people rinse separately after brushing the window, I had to completely redesign the auto brush to accommodate this. The auto brush now completely controls the flow of water on the brush head, and will pump water whether the brush is on the glass or not. The water will flow or stop only when you want it to. The water saving should be quite significant, as the only time you are using water is when you are cleaning the window. When moving the pole from window to window, or lowering or heightening the pole, or walking back and forth to the van, the water has stopped. Depending on your pump set-up you should also see a reduction on battery consumption as in most cases the pump will stop when the water stops. Apart from the above advantages there is also a big bonus for those of you who use two poles from the one pump. Before you switched the pump on and the water would flow through the two brushes at once, whether you were cleaning a window or not. It meant you always had 50% of the total amount of water that the pump could supply at any given time. Now with having Autobrushes in use you can time it so that you can be rinsing as the other operative is moving to the next window, this way you have the full pressure available to rinse separately if needed. There is also a safety element, I have in the past seen window cleaners using a water fed pole rushing around when lowering poles, or moving from window to window, especially when there is obstacles in their way. They are doing this to avoid too much water wastage as the water is flowing from the brush as they are trying to get to the next window - sound familiar? With the Autobrush you are much more relaxed, as you are not wasting water when the brush is not on the glass. The price for the Salmon auto brush complete with the necessary attachments to turn the water on and off will be �69.00 complete, price may change in the near future. This is fitted with a metal angle joint, and two spray jets. If you need any more Autobrush information please let me know,

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2 Burnvale, East Burnside
West Lothian
Scotland, UK
EH52 5PA
Tel : 01506 856390
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