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The DR GONFL A The SREAMI ETM T AONL


Y takes Vikan EasyShine


kits to new heights and makes internal window cleaning even easier!


LN DRG FY is the perfect answer to


internal glass cleaning where a ladder or other reach equipment is normally required, as it allows you to clean windows at height with your feet on the ground. With a simple pump system and bottle filled with pure water or a light detergent glass cleaner on a belt and a microfibre pad on a swivel mop plate attached to a telescopic pole, the DR window cleaning forever.


AONL G FY simplifies internal


Areas of use include car showrooms, stair wells and atriums in office blocks, schools, colleges, hotels, airports, shopping centres......the opportunities are endless!


Saving time, saving money......


Call 01626 830830


Working at height presents all sorts of health and safety issues. S


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RAMLINETM telescopic pole products are developed to simplify these issues and reduce risks associated with working at height as far as possible.


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Unit 3, FiUn t 3, Fairffax Road,Heathfield ndustrial Estat Newton Abbot,Devon Q12 6UD Phone 01626 830 830 Email sales@varitechsystems


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Call 01626 830830 today for a free demonstration of this product


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