Self vehicle Wash equipment
SELF SERVICE VEHICLE CLEANING SYSTEM (Token operated)
- Motor power from 1500 up to3000 watts
- Airflow rate from 3500 up to 10.000 lt/min
- High vacuuming performance without reducing motor power by water systems filter.
- Automatic usage with timer
- Self service saving working time/ manpower
Foam and chemical self service car wash machines provide brushless and spongeless cleaning of any type of a vehicle. It has a working pressure of 4 bar and tank capacity of 60 litters. Equipped with a pressure regulator and safety valve.
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What will self service car wash equipment cost?
This is not an easy question to answer. There are so many variables and "extras" that can be purchased. Some companies will tell you it will only cost about $16,000. This is true if you do not need all the support equipment. But most people asking this question do need the support equipment. The first self service bay is the most expensive due to the support equipment. One basic self service bay with all the support equipment, all the options and two vacs will cost approx $30,000. This does not include floor heat. The cost to add on each bay after the first bay is by far much less.
Can i sue a car wash whose equipment scratched the paint on my vehicle?
i went to this car wash that washes your car for you and when i came out to vacuum my floors i noticed this scratch down the side of my truck. i told the manager there what happened but he was like there's no way our equipment could have done that. i even talked to the owner and he said the same thing. after my truck dried i took it to an auto body shop and they told me that my entire truck had scratches on it. they are telling me that it's nothing that they did, we haven't had this truck for more than two and a half months and on the pictures, that i have before i went to that car wash…
High pressure hot water and soap never "SCRATCHES" paint. Something would have had to touch and scrape the paint to make scratches before or after the truck got dirty enough to wash. Your body shop will be able to give you a pretty good idea what caused the scratches.
Think about this: Car washes would all close tomorrow if they scratched paint. You didn't indicate what type of car wash was used, manual or automatic.