What's in the package?
10 litre Lift & Carry DI Water Treatment System. Small and light enough to carry. Featuring the new ‘McLennan’ head with ergonomic handle and ports for multiple outlets.
10 litres Mixed Bed Resin. To remove dissolved solids and dry spot free
5 Micron Carbon Pre-filter. To maximise resin exchange capacity
20' (6m) Alpha ReachPro Compact Pole - Carbon fibre / fibre glass hybrid pole. Super compact (1.2m closed length) carbon fibre / fibre glass hybrid pole for cleaning up to 2 floors. Compact and easy to take up ladders if need be
12″ Alpha Shifter 308 Brush with 2 V-Jets – Designed for maximum filament contact with the glass, a brush that works like a scrubbing pad
TDS Meter. For checking the total dissolved solids reading of the input and output water. After running through the DI it'll be 0, resulting in no spotting on the panels
Inline Pressure Gauge. Sturdy metal gauge that will measure water pressure up to 150psi
50m x 12mm(id) Hose Reel. To connect to your pole hose
Hose Leader. To connect DI system to the hose reel
10m Pole Hose Runs through the middle of your pole to ensure no snagging
Pole Hose Valve to Pushfit Connector. Control the flow of water at the base of your pole without having to go back to your water source or DI system. Heavy duty!
Connector protector. Protects pole hose valve when dragging on the ground
Wiel-Loc Angle Adapter. Angle your brush head for the desired reach for hard-to-get windows or back panels. 10″ reach with ability to use on any brush socket or pole end and add two arms
Wiel-Loc Click Extension. Gooseneck extension arm for use with the Wiel-Loc angle adapter. Extends your reach to 25cm to give you access to panels from ground level
Compact pole that can be used for cleaning from ground level or taken up on the roof with you. Hose valve so you can control water flow at your hip when up on the roof without having to take the DI system around the site.
Optional larger tank and resin size
Optional pole change
Optional Water Trolley Cart and pump addition for when you’re working on sites without access to a water source, or have access to rain/tank water