The Revolution Frame has an open design to allow for smooth roller action.
This feature has been included to simplify the application and cleaning processes, preventing water and paint from sitting inside the frame.
The Revolution Frame can be used in conjunction with Purdy’s new Power Lock Extension Pole.
Made from a combination of aluminium and fibre glass, the Power Lock Extension Pole has been designed as a durable product with a shock resistant rubber grip.
A set of stainless steel cam rings have been incorporated within its design to secure the pole into position.
This locking mechanism allows the pole to be adjusted to suit a variety of applications and jobs.
Purdy’s final new product, the Marathon Sleeve, has been developed using a blend of polyester and nylon.
Its material components allow it to provide the paint pick up of a knitted sleeve as well as the durability of a woven sleeve.
It is also able to resist matting after use and can be used inside and out with a variety of paint products.
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EcoTech Business Park,
Phone: 01760 720220
Fax: 01760 720270
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