Hydro Engineering new Drive In Clean Out Tray simplifies solids / liquid separation in above ground vehicle and equipment wash racks.

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For over forty years, Hydro Engineering Inc. has been in the business of vehicle and equipment wash rack designs. Now, available as equipment and not a construction project! It’s all about safety, effectiveness, reducing labor and exceeding environmental requirements.

Hydropad Drive-in Clean-out Tray

Hydro Engineering, Inc.'s Drive-in Clean-out Tray is designed for heavy solids removal from wash water.

Our equipment ranges from 8,000 to 100,000 pounds and we wash everything on our Hydropads. Drive in tray has reduced our cost of ownership for our entire wash rack. It eliminates solids from our recycling equipment which has reduced our planned maintenance to almost zero.

There are many factors that go into a wash rack design;

  • Location and climate
  • Utilities available (power, water, sewer)
  • Vehicles and/or equipment to be serviced
  • Demand (units per day, turnaround time, etc.)
  • Application (for appearance or corrosion control maintenance)

Solids/liquid separation is a primary consideration of any wash rack design. If minimum 95% of solids are removed at wash pad, then wastewater filtration, treatment and recycling equipment will require less maintenance.

OBJECTIVE: Remove solids at wash pad.

SOLUTION: Hydro Engineering Inc. Drive In Clean Out Tray

Hydro Engineering Inc has been designing drive in clean out systems for concrete wash pads for decades. Now we can incorporate a drive in clean out tray to our Patented Hydropad all steel above ground wash pad systems. Keep solids at wash pad for clean out convenience.

Hydropad model 2ZV237 Drive-in Tray is basically a heavy-duty solids settling system. Wash wastewater flows by gravity from a Hydropad above ground steel containment wash pad side gutter into Drive-in Tray. Weirs located in tray quiesce flow to promote solids settling. Clarified liquid enters an integral sump tank for pump discharge to subsequent filtration. As required, a skid-steer is used to remove accumulated solids in tray using tray entry/exit ramps. This system is ideal for operations with heavy soil loads.

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