In our fast-moving days, the time-saving element has become the dominant factor when purchasing a bus wash unit. This applies both to private coach companies and public transportation services. The logically conceived asymmetrical arrangement of the wash brushes takes this trend into account while equally achieving superb wash results. Vehicles are washed without interruption also serving to reduce operation costs to a minimum. This is especially valuable when washing in shift operations. This unit’s frame parts, swivel arms and spray arches are made entirely of galvanized steel to assure the longevity of these durable goods.
Wash sequence ECOBUS:
Step 1: The bus presses the rotating wash brushes, located in the centre position, outwards while moving forward through the unit and in doing so washes its front surfaces. The first pair of brushes located in the outer position wash the vehicle’s side surfaces.
Step 2: The bus drives through the wash unit’s open swivelling arms, during which the swivelling arms press onto the side of the vehicle by pneumatic control. In this manner, both pairs of rotating wash brushes carry out the side surface wash. Once the front wash arms are completely open, the wash arms provided for the rear wash swivel in and clean from the middle to the rear side area of the bus.
Step 3: The first pair of pneumatically controlled rotating wash brushes press against the rear of the vehicle and in doing so wash from the outside to the middle of the vehicle’s rear surface. Meanwhile, the second wash brush pair completes the side surface cleaning.
Additional extensions for ECOBUS
An additional extension by a roof brush system leads to thorough cleaning of vehicle roofs. The roof brush is available for various clearance heights, which is possible up to an immersion depth of 300 mm.