Unger Ergotec Handle for S Channel. Comfortable Ergonamic Shape. Quick and simple replacement of rubber and S-Channel. Fits securely on Unger poles with locking Cone for extra safety. Channel not included.
Available with either a standard length grip, Unger Code ETG00 or the long length (+2.5cm), Unger Code ETX00. Both have the new design of clip.
See below for more information:
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What does a Handle do? It is the part of the Squeegee you hold or fits onto a Telescopic Pole. It also holds the Channel and Rubber.
Why should I choose the Unger ErgoTec Handle? It is a comfortable Handle to use. The standard length Handle is the most popular. The longer length grip may be useful to cleaners with larger hands or who prefer the longer length of grip that the longer Handle offers. As part of the ErgoTec range it has been designed to fit Telescopic Poles with the ErgoTec end cone for positive attachment. It can also be used on most other poles with cones that require a simple push fit. This Handle holds the Rubber by means of two teeth - so no End Clips are required. This also means changing a rubber is very quick and easy.
What are the Unger product codes? Standard Handle ET00 and long handle EX00.
Do all Handles fit all Channels and Rubbers? No. The simple way to make sure that the Handle will fit the Channel and Rubber is to follow the guide below:
Choose the same make. This Handle is made by Unger.
Choose the right range. Unger Stainless Steel Channels in the 'S Channel' and 'S Channel Plus' ranges will fit this Handle. Window Cleaning Stuff (WCS) have a wide range of these products available.
Will any length of Channel and Rubber fit? This Handle will fit Channel and Rubbers from 6" 15cm to 22" 55cm within the 'S Channel' and 'S Channel Plus' ranges. WCS have a full range of sizes in stock.
How do I fit the Channel and Rubber? The Handle has a spring clip on the underside which when pressed will lift the teeth that hold the Channel and Rubber. If you're doing this for the first time, it can seem a little difficult. However when you have done it a few times you will find a way that suits you. So, with the spring clip pressed in, slide the Channel and Rubber passed the teeth until it reaches the middle. (Important: The teeth on the clip face the castling in the Channel). The Channel small arrows that point to the middle position. Now adjust the Rubber position to make it even on both ends of the Channel by pressing the spring clip enough that the Rubber can slide.