We are looking at a completely new method for cleaning windows; it’s unchartered territory, but the power 3D printing gives us is the possibility to achieve it
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London (PRWEB UK) 20 January 2015
Spectrum Window Cleaning; the innovative company, already well-known for their work pushing the boundaries in high-rise cleaning, are now the first commercial window cleaners anywhere in the world to have invested in their own 3D printing machine.
For Managing Director Lucian Ivan, it was a necessary progression. “The crew here love a challenge, and after the recent success on the final cleaning of 25 Churchill Place at Canary Wharf, we’ve been attracting consistently bigger, bolder and more demanding proposals. As a result, the team are constantly devising solutions to increasingly difficult access issues; the problem it seems is that the current cleaning industry is often quite literally unequipped to deal with the flow of ideas. “Making our own bespoke cleaning equipment has been the only way to achieve the standards we want."
Which means that today several high level projects in London are seeing results previously unattainable without the use of scaffolding or Cherry Pickers. Specialist architecture in the city is also feeling the benefit. Existing commercial cleaning equipment has recently struggled to cope with the character and angles of glass design features at a number of prestigious sites in the capital. Here Spectrum was able rescue efforts with their own bespoke tools, engineered from conception to reality entirely in-house. For Spectrum and their clients, the results are quite obviously priceless.
Necessity is the mother of invention, as they say, and Spectrum Window Cleaning could soon find they have their own line in commercial cleaning equipment. “It’s true," Lucian confirms, “some of our designs were so effective we were fielding enquiries from the off. The need is out there so production seems a natural step." The company are currently in discussion with manufacturers, the real excitement, though, is still top secret. “We are looking at a completely new method for cleaning windows; it’s unchartered territory, but the power 3D printing gives us is the possibility to achieve it."
Notes to Editors
Spectrum Window Cleaning are a specialist London based commercial window cleaning company covering the full range of window cleaning services, from high rise abseil cleaning or access platforms to the latest reach and wash systems, which can now reach windows up to 92ft. Spectrum hold approved contractor status for eye bolt testing, installation and certification.
The company covers both public and private sector buildings and has been instructed across schools, NHS buildings, housing associations, office/apartment blocks, shopping centres and retail units. Clients include Vinci, YMCA, Boots and other leading household brands and are experienced at delivering superior levels of client service in all weather conditions.
For further information contact:
Spectrum Window Cleaning Ltd,
Adam House, 7-10 Adam Street,
The Strand, London,
+44 (0) 20 3551 6206
info (at) spectrumwindowcleaning (dot) co (dot) uk