Since one of the company’s owners has been a pilot and flying enthusiast for the past 40 years, we also have extensive experience with aircraft maintenance and cleaning applications. In addition to supplying pressure washing systems to military bases all over the world, we have also provided washing and recycle systems to many aircraft maintenance companies stateside. We have also done consulting work with aircraft washing facilities to improve their washing, de- painting and wastewater processing procedures.
For aircraft cleaning, the most important added value is our “variable flow” feature that is available exclusively on our PSC power washers. Our inline flow regulator allows the operator to vary the flow rate and corresponding pressure at the wand which provides tremendous flexibility when cleaning different equipment and surfaces.
This feature is invaluable when operators need lower flows when cleaning delicate assemblies and areas such as aircraft hydraulic bays, electrical wiring, and engine components. It also allows the operator to maintain almost 180°F outlet temperature indefinitely which is ideal for detailing work such as engine degreasing.
This 15-20% increase in washing efficiency compared to a standard 4-5 GPM system is especially significant when personnel are cleaning large areas such as aircraft wings or fuselages.
Our electrically heated aircraft de-icing systems are explosion-proof, hot water pressure washers, designed to provide pressurized hot water, under controlled conditions, for the cleaning or de- icing of material surfaces while operating in hazardous location environments with ambient temperatures ranging from -40°F to +120°F (-40°C to +50°C).
Wash Bay Solutions designs closed-loop reclaim systems to capture, treat, store, and deliver clean recycled water to the pressure washers. If sewer connections are available, sewer discharge systems treat the processed water before it is discharged to the sewer.
Total systems can incorporate ozone disinfection systems, fully automated filter valves for filter backwashing, PLC control of all filter functions, and all non-ferrous components and hardware.
They can also incorporate rain detection systems to manage excess rainwater in the collection system, and fresh water makeup systems to compensate for evaporation losses.
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