Reverse osmosis is becoming popular because it seems to be an attractive feature for the final customer.  A vehicle without superficial streaks due to lime or salts is the ideal desired service.

IDROCONSULT from Bologna has been working for years in the car wash sector, both in the purification field and that of reverse osmosis systems.
It was the first to offer a complete range of such systems, carefully studied and perfected over the years.
Current models cover sizes from 70 l/h (sufficient for 1 Self-service track) to 6,000 l/h (for large tunnels), with plenty of possibilities to customise and modify the systems based on the customer’s needs.
Models of the SK series can also fully cover the water requirements of the Self-service tracks by supplying softened water for the pre-wash and wash phases with osmotic water for the last rinsing phase.
To summarise, you achieve the following benefits by carrying out the final rinsing phase with osmotic water:

Reduction or even the elimination of de-waxing phase
Considering that a drying system is no longer needed, the vehicle washed with osmotic water does not need the traditional waxing treatment, which was used above all to reduce the dimensions of the drips of water left on the bodywork and consequently to facilitate the mechanical drying process.
The use of a wax with shining component is all that is needed.

Reduction in the intensity of the drying system
The reverse osmosis system also solves acoustic pollution problems in situations where the car wash system is installed in towns or right next to houses.
Silenced drying systems do not always solve the problem.
The use of a reverse osmosis system considerably reduces (the total elimination has a negative psychological affect on the customer) the power of the drying turbines, with consequent reduction in the kW utilised and consequent energy savings.

Elimination of the final finishing off phase
Shiny windows and painted surfaces
Since the water is completely demineralised, it does not leave traces of pitting and white marks on the bodywork, which is typical of water having a medium and high hardness.
This phenomenon becomes even more dramatic in summer, where in some cases, the speed of the manual finishing off phase is not enough to prevent the sun from drying the bodywork.
This means that the amount of wax per car washed is reduced.



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