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Car Wash Equipment Specifications
- Mar 23, 2017 -

With the progress of the Times, car washes have come a long way since the sudsy bucket of water in your driveway. Today's car wash, whether it is self-serve or drive-thru, has a variety of equipment to get vehicles clean on the outside as well as inside. A basic self-serve car wash offers a pressure washer while a full-service car wash houses car washing machines. Both self and full-service car washes have vacuum systems in place.

Now , let us increase the understanding about them.

Pressure washer

The pressure washer typically has access to hot wash, hot rinse for winter and cold rinse for summer, hot or cold wax and spot-free rinse. Self-serve car wash depots also house a foaming brush. Specifications on a pressure washer include: a motor at two horsepower and working pressure of 1885PSI. It delivers at 14 liters per minute and works on an unloader valve. There is strong power pump with the speed of 1450 ramps per minute. There is an adjustable four head opening with a three feet hand gun. The size of the pressure hose is 3/8 inches-by-22 feet with a water inlet size of ¾ inches-11.5 thread. Overall the gross weight of a pressure washer is 65 kilograms.(Our company supply different types, technical parameters of pressure washers. And mentioned in the article that is one.) 

Car washing machine

Car washing machines come in all sizes for many different types of washing jobs. These includes cars, buses and heavy trucking equipment. The typical specification for a general car wash machine has the unit dimension of l220 cm-by-530 cm-by-533 cm. The machine weighs about 2500 kilograms. The rail measures at 9 kilograms of a meter or 1800 centimeters. The total horsepower is 10, with water consumption of 150 liters per minute. It takes six minutes for one car to get completely washed.

Vacuum systems

Vacuum systems at a car wash station are coin operated and must be powerful enough to handle many vehicles each day. Vacuum systems can run on 10 to 25 horsepower. The producer size of vacuums can be anywhere from 60 inches-by-30 inches to 72 inches-by-32 inches. The nose and nuzzle can be 15 feet or longer, with a possible extension hose. There is a bag filter system, pin lock system and adjustable timers.