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Sky’s the limit Touch-less window washing system means that you can reach new heights.

Sky Pro announces a new automated window washing system that cleans a high rise building’s windows and exterior using high pressure water to “scrub” the surface from a distance up to three feet. The Skydrowasher™ High Pressure Window Washing System is ideal for cleaning buildings with irregular window offsets, curves, recesses, overhangs, protrusions, inset glass, asymmetrical frames or other architectural features that make traditional cleaning methods difficult if not impossible.

Weighing only 250 lbs, the new disc-shaped Skydrowasher™ System is a shell made of high impact plastic that houses rotating nozzles that deliver a 4½ foot wide high pressure cleaning path. There are few moving parts and it does not require electricity to operate as it runs on water pressure alone. Because it’s so lightweight, it is easily transported and you do not need heavy-duty roof rigging.

The high pressure swivel nozzles will clean at an incredible rate of 9,000 to 13,000 square feet per hour. At this speed, the Skydrowasher™ System will pay for 100% of your investment within the first year. And, the Skydrowasher™ System is safer and easier to

use than manual scaffold and boatswain’s chair window cleaning equipment. See how the system works in these videos.

A dual disc Skydrowasher™ System is also available. This model has two cleaning discs that are side-by-side to give you twice the cleaning capacity. The dual disc model delivers a 9 foot cleaning path to clean at a rate of 18,000-26,000 square feet per hour.

The standard package includes the Skydrowasher™ System, a pump, hoist motor with wire winder to raise and lower the unit, a three arm outrigger and all hoses. You might consider adding a water de-ionization tank or reverse osmosis system. These water systems filter out all of the minerals and chemicals from the water so windows are left spot-free. If you do not want the standard package, you can purchase the Skydrowasher™ System alone or we can customize a package for you.

The new Skydrowasher™ High Pressure Window Washing System is easy to use and operate. Simply attach one end of the steel tether line to a hook on the unit and the other end to the three arm outrigger on the roof. Two nylon tether lines run through the frame on the sides of the disc. These are anchored to the ground using weights. These tethers keep the

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Skydrowasher™ System from pushing away from the building during the high pressure cleaning. The operator on the roof raises and lowers the unit using the hoist motor. He also moves the unit and the rigging as each section is cleaned. A second operator on the ground also helps move the unit from section to section. You can customize your unit by using a “green” environmentally friendly detergent in the optional soap dispenser. An inline water heater is also optional.

If you are an architect, building owner, window washing company, building management or maintenance company, you should seriously consider investing in the Sky Pro System. Eliminating the danger associated with manual window washing, combined with a reduction in labor and insurance costs of up to 80%, make Sky Pro System the next logical step in window and building washing. The future will belong to green products and the Sky Pro System fits the bill by using only filtered water without any chemicals or soaps that can harm the environment.

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