Unger nLite Hybrid Master Pole / Extension Pole

Glass Fibre/Carbon Composite Master Pole offers excellent rigidity and value. The four section Master Pole has an extended length of 6.63 m (22 ft), but greater heights can be easily reached and cleaned by adding two-section Extension Poles to the base of the Master Pole.

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Glass Fibre/Carbon Composite Master Pole offers excellent rigidity and value. The four section Master Pole has an extended length of 6.63 m (22 ft), but greater heights can be easily reached and cleaned by adding two-section Extension Poles to the base of the Master Pole.

The durable plastic Endcap and Multilink Thread Adapter are included with each Master Pole as standard.

Recommended for working at heights of up to 10 m (3 5ft).

Unger nLite Hybrid Master Pole HT67G Details:

Sections: 4 sections

LDR: 18.6

Pole weight: 1.7kg / 3.7lb

Extended Length: 6.63m / 22ft

Collapsed Length: 1.87m / 6ft

Each extension adds a further 3.41 m (11 ft) of extended length. Crucially, the Extension Poles don’t add anything to the width, grip and feel of the Pole which always measures 35 mm in diameter – an optimum size that fits easily into the hands of the professional for quick and comfortable cleaning.

Unger nLite Hybrid Extension Pole HT35G Details:

Sections: 2 Sections

LDR: 23.1

Pole Weight: 0.9kg / 2lb

Extended Length: 3.41m / 11ft

Collapsed Length: 1.91m / 6ft

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Weight 1.0000
Country of Manufacture Germany
COSHH No
SDS No
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