Pure Water Simplified
Creating pure water involves a four-stage filtration and separation process utilizing carbon, sediment, a reverse osmosis membrane and deionization filtration to purify ordinary tap water and produce mineral-free water.
Pure water makes cleaning chemicals more efficient and effective by eliminating the need for the chemicals to treat the water and apply all of its cleaning energy to dissolve and carry the soil that needs to be removed.
Pure water is not found in nature; it is unstable in a sense, carrying with it pent up cleaning energy to solubilize soils and other contaminants it comes in contact with.
The result from cleaning with pure water as opposed to a mineral-laden liquid is spot-free windows.
Some specialized systems have been developed that provide high-volume pure water to clean windows up to five stories safely from the ground.
Using special water-fed poles from the ground eliminates the need for ladders and other equipment used to reach high windows, allowing one to clean windows in a fraction of the time it would normally take.
We are pleased to offer our customers this method of cleaning windows, which is cleaner, safer, and longer lasting.