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Unger Channel ErgoTec

Quick Overview

  • Available in Brass and Stainless Steel
  • Unger Classic Channels offer quality construction
  • Includes an ErgoTec soft rubber replacement blade for streak free performance and smoother glide
  • Available in multiple sizes for all your cleaning needs
  • Unger channels fit all standard squeegee handles

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Item #: 02-2M

$7.60 - $20.20

Style / Size Selection

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Unger Classic Channel

Unger's  Channels are designed for easy use and cleaning.

The Stainless Steel channel offers a notched system that, when paired with a quick release handle securely holds the squeegee rubber channel. Stainless Steel Clipless channels fit all Unger handles.

The Brass Channel is a sturdy solid construction than uses plastic end clips to accommodate all handle styles.  

When not using a Quick Release handle, clips must be used on the channels.

Channel includes an Unger soft rubber blade.

The GoldenClip® Channel

Offers the industry a quality brass channel system using plastic end clips

Stainless Steel S Channel

Offers a notched channel for Clipless Rubber and handle attachment, allows for easy repositioning of the channel and rubber replacement 

Unger S-Plus SS Channel

The dogeared ends reduce detailing effort

Window Cleaners love Unger Squeegees for cleaning glass and mirrors the Unger Squeegee is the professionals choice for window cleaning.

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The list of chemicals contains a wide range of naturally occurring and synthetic chemicals that include additives or ingredients in pesticides, common household products, food, drugs, dyes, or solvents. Listed chemicals may also be used in manufacturing and construction, or they may be byproducts of chemical processes, such as motor vehicle exhaust.  For more information visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov/

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