Used, Mobile Truck Wheel Wash
Ex-Rental Mobile Truck Wheel Wash for sale.
The second hand PR-200 Mobile Truck Wheel Wash is ideal for high-volume operations [up to 200 vehicles per day] such as construction, mining, landfill and waste management.
Remove contaminants cost effectively with our drive-through wheel wash system that is able to recycle and reuse the water.
This unit is representative of what we may have in our rental fleet. To find out if we have what you are looking for, please contact us.
*Please enquire at your nearest branch for more information on availability
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How it works:
- PR Water’s Mobile Truck Wheel Wash is secured and placed onto a flat surface for stability and ease of access. The unit is fitted with ramps for heavy vehicles, automatic entry sensors and a water re-capturing system to reduce water wastage. As a vehicle approaches it will trigger the sensors and in-turn starting the high-pressure water jetting within the unit.
- As the vehicle slowly drives over the unit, dirt and grime will be blasted from the wheels and underbody of the vehicle.
- Max Vehicle width of 2.8m
- Water Tank Volume of 5000 Litres
- Can wash up to 200 vehicles per day
- Water Spraying Pressure of 2.5~3kg/cm2
- Dimensions – 2.2m Long x 4.39m Wide x 1.9m High, Gross weight 3800kg.
- Reduce chance of spreading hazardous materials
- Keep surrounding area pollutant free
- Adheres to Australian standards
- Recapture and recycle used water
“Reduce The Risk Of Contamination”
“We worked with PR Water to reduce the risk of contamination onto the local roads via truck wheels and undercarriages leaving a large scale site remediation. Because the site comprised of a variety of unknown and known chemical hazards including contaminated soils and asbestos, we required the installation of PR Water’s permanent, below ground truck wheel wash system to thoroughly clean all vehicles, including the undercarriage before vehicle’s could leave the site. Daily average vehicle movements off site were approx. 40 trucks and trailers.”