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Wiring Basics

Car wash owner/operator duties often include that of a "service technician" as well. When tackling electrical issues, always remember these basic steps: Disconnect breaker before beginning any service. When unplugging a wire, cable, or connector, [...]

August 29th, 2017|Investors, Tech Tip Center|

Stopping the NonStop Vac

A common problem that most car wash owners will eventually encounter is with vacuums that won't shut off. The nonstop vac problem will always be one of two possibilities: 1) The timer is bad or [...]

July 12th, 2017|Tech Tip Center|

Car Wash Pump Maintenance Basics: Keep the Oil Clean!

At the heart of all car wash high and low pressure systems is the pump. You can maximize the performance and longevity of your pumps by keeping them well maintained with fresh oil. How often [...]

January 23rd, 2017|Blog, Tech Tip Center|

Titration & Flow Testing

What You Don't Know Could Cost You Professional car washing today is a scientifically driven process using precision chemistry and wash programs designed to deliver consistent results day after day, through season after season. Thus, [...]

November 22nd, 2016|Blog, Tech Tip Center|

Routine HydroMinder Maintenance

A HydroMinder is the efficient gatekeeper of liquid chemical concentrates for a car wash. It allows you to have a reservoir of accurately mixed solutions ready to go without having to pay too much attention to [...]

October 19th, 2016|Tech Tip Center|

Bill Validator Maintenance

Bill Validators require preventive maintenance to keep them performing properly. The bill path can become contaminated from dirty bills, dust, moisture, or other foreign matter. It is recommended to clean your validators periodically, depending on the amount of use [...]

September 27th, 2016|Tech Tip Center|