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What is STREAMLINE® systems?

The STREAMLINE® brand has gained a reputation for having a wide variety of products from ‘turn-key’ packages for the professional contract cleaner to starter kits for the domestic window cleaner.

Products are sourced from leading manufacturers worldwide and brought together under the Streamline® name which has become recognised as a trusted and reliable brand.  As in any market, price is important, but the Streamline® equipment is not only competitively priced, but also backed by a full technical support and spare parts availability across the range, thus providing excellent value for money every time.

The Streamline® range is ever expanding and this overview includes some new and exciting products, designed to help make the cleaning task on hand safer and easier.

A comprehensive range of cleaning products!

From single items, accessories and consumables to full vehicle installations to meet the requirements and budgets of our customers!

STREAMLINE® high reach, pure water cleaning systems

How can STREAMLINE® cleaning systems benefit your business?

  • Eliminates the use of ladders.
  • Simplifies health & safety issues.
  • Helps reduce insurance premiums.
  • Eases access to ‘difficult to reach’ areas on buildings.
  • Quickens your turnaround time, saving time…saving money.
  • The future of cleaning.

How it works

The system works by passing tap water through reverse osmosis and/or de-mineralising bead filters removing limestone, heavy metals, nitrates, chlorine, etc. all of which are normally found in tap water, thus producing pure water.

This pure water naturally wants to return to its impure state, absorbing dirt particles efficiently. When used in cleaning methods the pure water absorbs and removes dirt, without the use of chemicals, and dries leaving a streak-free finish.

Things to consider when buying a pure water system!

  • Do you operate in a soft/hard water area?
  • For mobile systems, what is your vehicle’s payload (carrying capacity)?
  • How high do you need to access?

Window Cleaning has evolved over the years from a cleaner with a chamois leather and bucket, to T-Bar and rubber squeegee, and finally to the specially designed water Filtration systems and telescopic poles.

Thanks to Streamline®, this latest technology allows the cleaner to operate safely from the ground without the need for using dangerous ladders, meaning that you will have no insurance claim on your hands should the window cleaner fall and injure himself whilst on your property. Remember that you are responsible for his safety whilst he is on your property.

Superior and safer cleaning

Not only is he operating safely from the ground, but he is able to do a superior clean compared with the old traditional methods. The end result is, at least, as good as, if not better, than when done in the old traditional way. Furthermore, it prevents the glass from re-soiling so quickly. This is due to the fact that the system uses filtered, deionised water rather than a soapy detergent. The detergent, once dried, leaves a sticky film or residue on the glass, thus attracting dust and other dirt too.

The deionised water leaves a streak free finish without any residue. The frames can be easily cleaned too, leaving an impressive finish, not only clean glass. Should your window cleaner be using a warm water filtration system, he will be able to remove troublesome fly and spider spots easily, as well as snail trails and bird’s muck too, which often present a problem.

No more “Impossible to reach” windows

No more ‘impossible to reach’ windows above the conservatory, thanks to the new system’s telescopic poles which are able to reach as high as 72′. He can also reach those Velux windows and sky-lights now, which he could never do before, using the old method. Ask your window cleaner about cleaning fascias and gutters too. This can be done easily using the same equipment.

Insist on having your windows cleaned safely, and better than the old way, by a window cleaner who is using up to date equipment.