Power washing is a beneficial and necessary service for any industrial setting. Equipment must be kept clean to function properly and minimize downtime. Routine inspections are more effective when grease and grime aren't covering hidden problems. Facilities need routine cleaning to provide a safe and sanity work environment. Cosmetic improvements lead to a brighter, cleaner facility, which fosters ownership and pride with your team. From unplanned emergencies to preventative maintenance cleaning, count on Central Power Washing.
Fats, oils, and grease removal with high pressure hot water.
Our pressure washers are equipped with diesel fired hot water burners to heat the pressurized water past 200 degrees to make sort work of even the most stubborn deposits. This process generally included the application of a degreaser to achieve a deeper, more effective clean.
Central Power Washing uses three different types of degreaser -
This is the most commonly used degreaser. It is a sodium hydroxide based degreaser, and is extremely effective for both fossil fuel based oil as well as cooking oil and food waste.
Whenever possible, an eco-degreaser is used to minimize the impact of cleaning chemicals on the environment.
A solvent degreaser is commonly used in other applications, but not as much when it comes to pressure washing. It has many uses, but is generally reserved for specific projects where caustic degreasers are not suitable.
Waste Water Recycling
Our closed loop system allows for the water that is used to wash to be collected via an onboard vacuum system, filtered in a 5 stage process, and returned to the water supply tank to be used as wash water again. This saves water and eliminates water runoff. This also allows for extended run times in locations without a water source.
Waste Water Reclamation
Wash water oftentimes is not suitable to go down the drain. Our waste water reclamation system allows us to recover every drop of our waste water and divert it to a different location; often either sanitary sewer, a holding tank, or landscaping.
See the section below titled Waste Water Transportation and Disposal for more information.
Non-Hazardous waste service includes: