Car Wash Equipment Maintenance
The capital investment required to operate a car wash is, generally speaking, considerable. Reactive maintenance – run it till it breaks – is the predominate mode of maintenance in the US – more than 55% of maintenance resources and activities of an average facility are reactive. Nothing lasts forever and all equipment has a predetermined life expectancy. Anytime you fail to perform maintenance activities intended by the equipment’s designer, you shorten the operating life of the equipment.*
Implementing an effective preventive maintenance program will extend the life expectancy of all your equipment, and generate an estimated 12% to 18% cost savings over a reactive maintenance program,* keeping your bottom line in check. Equipment that is “over worked” due to negligent processes results in decreased efficiency. The best way to reduce labor, increase efficiency and maximize throughput is to maintain your car wash equipment. We created then combined industry-specific Predictive and Reliability Centered maintenance programs, analyzed the results, and built our Equipment Maintenance program around those results. We teach participants how to create and implement a comprehensive maintenance program – tailored to their wash.
What you'll learn in this course:
Day 1: Monday
An introduction to CarWash College
Types of tunnel equipment
How to create a preventative maintenance program
Variables that affect the end product
Day 2: Tuesday
Conveyor & pre-wash equipment overview
Lab time: Conveyor & pre-wash equipment
Day 3: Wednesday
Light touch & high pressure wash equipment overview
Lab time: Light touch & high pressure wash equipment
Day 4: Thursday
Finish and support equipment overview
Lab time: Finish and support equipment
Day 5: Friday
Chemical maintenance overview
Lab time: Chemical maintenance
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