Tommy Car Wash Systems has a new mud fighter
In their ongoing fight against dirt, Tommy Car Wash Systems just introduced their latest weapon: the Triple Threat Wheel Blaster.
From springtime snowmelt to summer rainstorms to autumn’s freeze and thaw, vehicles run into muddy roads just about any time of year. But Tommy’s new Triple Threat Wheel Blaster can deal with the dirty aftermath, or so they claim. By adding a center manifold to their Rainbow Coat Arch, the Triple Threats front, side, and rear-facing cleaning and rinsing power specifically targets vehicle sides, wheels, rims and running boards. It’s aim: to efficiently remove mud and road grime.
According to Tommy their Triple Threat is a powerful addition to any car wash but it’s especially effective for car washes located in areas that deal with more mud than usual. That could also involve work – or recreational trucks and 4x4s that spend more time in the dirt.
The Triple Threat Wheel Blaster is available as an upgrade for existing wash tunnels. But it can also be included as part of a new tunnel being built. Triple Threat is a more cost-effective alternative to the robot arch, adds Tommy. It uses a double stack pump station in the backroom to provide adequate pressure to the two triple threat manifolds in the wash.
For those thinking of upgrading their tunnel, the Triple Threat manifolds will directly replace the Double Threat manifolds that are currently part of the standard TX offering, which are mounted on the feet of the rainbow arch. This option will be plumbed directly to reclaim, using approximately 25-30 gallons (95-113 liters) per minute.
Tommy Car Wash Systems has been one of the leading car wash companies in the US for over fifty years. They started in 1969 in Holland, Michigan and now have over 92 operating sites in America.