We really believe that our customers are our most important asset and best source of inspiration! We appreciate you working with us and bringing us challenging and interesting projects. Without you, it would be kind of boring around here.
By combining our customer’s insight and input with our engineering experience and knowledge, we develop integrated washing and wash water treatment systems that perfectly match our customer’s needs – and often exceed their expectations!
Some of the equipment and systems we provide include:
Service is an integral part of our systems. Before, during, and after system installations, we work closely with you, the customer, to make sure everyone involved is completely satisfied.
Some of our services include:
Our customers include the US military, many privately owned businesses, and many Fortune 500 companies.
At Wash Bay Solutions International, we believe that safety in the workplace and protection of our environment is a shared responsibility. All of us must fully cooperate in order that we all have a working environment that is both safe and healthy.
As a worldwide supplier of wash bay systems, we are totally committed to providing the best quality equipment and services services, both safely and securely. We strive to ensure the safety of our employees, provide protection for customers, and conduct all work in an environmentally sound manner.
“You guys stood behind your work, your product, your service. I am just seriously beside myself on knowing that companies like yourself do exist. Amazing, amazing effort on making it right and making us as a company superbly happy. You guys really outdid yourself.”
“Thanks again for all of your help and patience on this project.
Your system is Very Impressive!
These complete Transportable Equipment Rooms (TER) are ideal for housing washing and reclaim equipment at sites without incurring any construction costs, delays, or permanent structures.
A West Virginia re-manufacturer of heavy-duty electric motors for both the industrial and the coal industries was having major issues complying with the latest EPA rules. In the mid 1980’s, they were granted a NPDES permit to discharge the treated wash water to a local tributary.