Weekly: Verify Ozone ProductionWith the power on and the system operating in Auto, check for ozone production (There should not be any errors on the Touch Screen or the Ozone Generator Screens).
- Remove the manhole cover over the underground reclaim tank where ozone gas is injected. An odor of ozone should be present.
Caution: Inhaling concentrated ozone can create severe breathing problems. Precautions must be made to prevent exposure to concentrated ozone.
Monthly: Clean Oxygen Concentrator and Ozone Generator Filters
With the power On and system operating in Hand:
This post will walk you through how to perform the weekly maintenance tasks of checking pump pressure and verifying flow through the underflow valve on your PurWater Water Recovery System. If you have any questions, or if you require any assistance, please contact our Technical Support department by calling 800.882.8854.
This post will walk you through how to perform the weekly maintenance task of cleaning your strainer basket on your PurWater Water Recovery System. If you have any questions, or if you require any assistance, please contact our Technical Support department by calling 800.882.8854.
**This article was written by Charles Borchard and published in the March issue of Auto Laundry News. You can view it on their website here.**
Dear valued carwash partners,
COMBATTING THE GLOBAL WATER CRISIS
Water is becoming more expensive every day. The lack of freshwater resources to meet demand
affects every continent on the globe and was listed in the 2019 World Economic Forum as one of the
largest global risks in terms of potential impact over the next decade. Due to rising populations and
changing consumption patterns, water has become a resource that is rapidly growing more and more
precious around the world. In an effort to be more environmentally responsible as well as save on the
increasing costs levied by local municipalities, the carwash industry has recognized a need for water
treatment solutions that are tailored specifically to the car wash operator. Throughout the last decadethis technology has seen exponential growth in an industry built on the consumption and usage of water. In an era of new technology and continuing innovation, how do car wash operators find solutions that fittheir needs specifically without wasting their other resources – time, money and most importantly the quality of their wash? There are many options for water treatment solutions within the carwash industry today. Finding the right solution for each situation can take time and effort that can be difficult to find while also managing a business. It is important to find a company that will partner with you to offer informed and educated decisions to save you and your customers time and money from beginning to end. It’s also important to find equipment that fits your sites needs without taking up valuable resources or negatively impacting wash quality.
Water restrictions or not, there’s good reason to make a commitment to water conservation and water reclamation in the carwash industry. Water and sewer costs have increased an average of 50% since 2008.