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Car Wash Water Filter Systems

Car Wash

It’s no surprise that water quality plays a huge role in running a successful car wash. Not only is it used during the washing process, but it also has a direct impact on the lifespan of your equipment and the effectiveness of your washing supplies.

Besco Commercial has the experience, skill and knowledge to equip your car wash with the perfect water treatment system. We can design custom-made systems that are perfect for both your needs and location.

Our water technicians will come in and assess your property’s water usage, possible risks and external factors. We will then work with you to install the most efficient and affordable solution for your car wash water recycling system.

Any of our car wash water filtration systems can be combined to create the best possible solution. We have more than 50 years of experience in the water treatment industry and will work tirelessly to provide you the system you need on time and on budget.

Car Wash Water Softener

The water at any given car wash is going to be contaminated with motor oils, fuel, hydraulic fluids, immiscible machining oils, DNAPLs, LNAPLs, transmission fluid, fuel oils, lube oil, crude and so much more.

We often hear businesses ask for a water softener system for their car wash water pump. While a water softener will help make washing the car easier (removes more dirt with less water), it doesn’t filter the water.

Hard water is defined as water with high amounts of calcium and magnesium. A water softener exchanges sodium for the calcium and magnesium but does nothing to the rest of the total dissolved solids (TDS).

While great for soap consumption, it does lead to some water spotting during the wash.

Car Wash Reverse Osmosis Systems

Car Wash RO System

The best water reclamation system for a spot free rinse is the reverse osmosis system (RO system). These systems remove approximately 95% of TDS so you can have the best source of fresh water.

They will flush away marks in the car wash and leave no lime marks behind. It is designed to remove oils, fuels, suspended oils and other contaminants that hurt both the washing process and the washing equipment.

It is perfect for the treatment of wastewater that is generated from the car wash racks and pressure washers.

Deionized Water System for Car Wash

Using a deionizing water filter for car washing is one of the most common and effective practices. Deionized water dries up faster and removes all the minerals so there are no spots left behind. Also, its lack of ions acts as a magnet for other contaminants like dust and dirt.

Outside of preventing water spots, using a water deionizer car wash system prevents swirls and scratches. Because deionized water attracts contaminants, there is less need for harsh brushes and thistles in your washing process.

As a business owner, it’s hard to ask for anything more than a product that will save you time, water, money and energy.

Water Treatment Solutions

No matter the size or type of car wash you operate, Besco Commercial can provide you with the water treatment solution perfect for your business. We go through a thorough process to ensure you are getting the best system for your needs.

To learn more about our efficient and affordable solutions, call us today at (800) 964-0257 or fill out our online contact form.

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Featured Case Study

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Korex Corporation, Chicago Plant

Korex, a renowned producer of national and generic brands of facial lotions and detergents, needed a water filtration solution at their Chicago facility. The stringent standards for their base “water” required for production not only needed to meet but exceed regulatory and customer demands. As their operations expanded, they needed a reliable high-purity water system to support their rigorous quality requirements that could be installed without disrupting their manufacturing process.
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