(PRWEB) September 1, 2009
Hydro Engineering Inc. has developed a new car wash reclaim system that recycles 100 percent of all collected wash water. The only fresh water required in the wash application is the final, clear-water rinse.
The spot-free final rinse removes all evidence of recycled water from the vehicle. The Hydrokleen car wash reclaim system combines both biological filtration and mechanical filtration, which provides superior water quality while reducing maintenance requirements. It does not require large, in-ground water storage tanks to operate. Furthermore, when designed into a new facility, the elimination of ground pits can be a substantial money-saving opportunity.
There are two components at work in the Hydrokleen car wash reclaim system: 1) biological; and 2) mechanical
What does biological filtration do in a car wash reclaim application?
What does mechanical filtration do in a car wash reclaim application?
Recently, this Hydro Engineering Inc. Hydrokleen system was installed in Bob Fuhr's Carriage House Car Wash in Murietta, Calif. Furh's operates an eight-bay, hand-held car wash. Fuhr said it's difficult to conceive of a car wash not connected to a sewer -- but it can happen
"They wanted to charge me $100,000 for a sewer connection," he said. "I said, 'I don't need a sewer connection. I'm, buying a reclaim system.'"
For more information on Fuhr's experience, please see http://www.hydroblaster.com/Carriagehouse_000.htm.
About Hydro Engineering
Hydro Engineering Inc. is now in its 29th year of operation. The business and its manufacturing facilities are located in Salt Lake City, Utah, serving a growing number of distributors, national accounts, three United States GSA contracts and thousands of end users. The company is committed to providing the best value and most innovative products available to its customers. For more information, please see http://www.hydroblaster.com/.