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Show a clean pair of wheels

TURBOWASH (right) is a new truck underbody and wheel washing system from Morris Swain Engineering.

The fully automatic, drive-through washer can be used on any site where trucks and plant are likely to deposit loose material on public highways.

Its only requirements are three phase electricity and a water supply.

TurboWash is available in static and mobile versions and can be altered to suit customer requirements.

The company says the washers flexibility makes it ideal for short-term construction work or permanent quarry applications.

Multiple rotating and fixed water jets are claimed to clean the chassis, the inner and outer wheels, and also between the tyres.

Dirty water is collected in a tray below the washer and passes into a trough containing strainers and a sludge pump. The silt and water is removed to adjacent settlement tanks, or to a collection area.

If required, an automatic pump can be installed to return the settled water to the main supply tank.

Morris Swain Engineering

01202 875471