Tyre Wash eliminates weed, seed contamination on QLD LNG project
29/02/2012 - An AccuWash Tyre Wash System is for cleaning the tyres, wheels and underbodies of vehicles working on the Liquid Natural Gas Project near Gladstone in Queensland. Jessica Bryant
Supplied by Accuweigh’s QWM branch in Brisbane, the Tyre Wash System was required to prevent weed and seed contamination caused by vehicles passing between properties.
The fully automatic AccuWash automatically thoroughly removes organic material from wheels, tyres and under-bodies of vehicles.
The self-cleaning feature of Accuweigh’s Tyre Wash System filters and recycles the used water and then a powered conveyor automatically removes collected sludge from the water holding tank.
The AccuWash Mk2 Tyre Wash incorporates an increased number of high pressure spray heads operating at higher pressures for improved washing and cleaning performance over other models available on the Australian market.
The AccuWash is also available with optional centrifugal filtration that cleans the recycled water for improved washing performance while also eliminating pitting of vehicle paintwork by eliminating all fine silt and sand from the wash water.
Sold and serviced by eight Accuweigh branches across Australia, the AccuWash Tyre Wash Systems are ideal for busy work sites like quarries, mine sites and landfill operations.