Taking pride of place on the Unger stand at ISSA/INTERCLEAN is the nLite One, the company's latest water-fed window cleaning pole.

Like the company's original nLite Connect extension pole it is available in glass fibre as well as in a premium carbon fibre pole. Carbon Fiber Rod Tube

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"The nLite One is fully telescopic which means there is no need for any pole extensions," said Anna Maslova, UK marketing manager. "It is quick and easy to set up and can be fully extended, collapsed and adjusted in a matter of seconds."

She adds that the glass fibre version of the nLite One has another major advantage.

"When the smallest version of the pole collapses down it measures just 90cm in length," she said. "This makes it ideal for entry-level window cleaners because it will easily fit into smaller vehicle. It is also particularly suitable for ground-level work."

NLite poles are designed for use on glass and building facades, on solar panels and for cleaning signs and vehicles.

The carbon fibre version of the nLite One is available in four length options while the glass fibre pole comes in six lengths. The version that collapses to 90cm - the 1.5 metre mini-pole - is claimed to be particularly suitable for abseiling and cradle work.

Also on display on the Unger stand is the Stingray system for use on indoor windows, plus the Nlite HydroPower DI pure water filter.

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