Improve customer satisfaction by delivering a spot free car wash with the help of a SoBrite Technologies reverse osmosis system in Iowa. For more than 45 years, our company has engineered and manufactured the best water treatment solutions available. With that in mind, we have created products that remove calcium, minerals, and other contaminants known as total dissolved solids (TDS) from water. The higher the TDS level in water, the more likely that spots will form on vehicle surfaces after car wash rinse cycles. Therefore, you can eliminate the cause of the chalky residue your customers hate by installing a reverse osmosis system. Request a free quote or more information today to see how SoBrite Technologies can make your car wash more efficient.
Operators also can realize significant savings on cleaning chemicals and water with a reverse osmosis system in Iowa. With softer water provided by the RO system, your car wash will use less soap and chemicals during presoak and wash cycles. Also, the use of less detergents will also reduce your water usage per wash. When less soap is used, less water is required to provide the best cleaning results. Consequently, your overhead costs for both water and soap will go down significantly with more efficient use of both.
If you are new to this type of equipment, you may have questions about a reverse osmosis system in Missouri. Here are answers for some of the most common questions:
The biggest benefit with SoBrite Technologies products is that they can work for any operator. Your car wash can use our products in a retrofit for an existing car wash, a new car wash, or as a replacement for an old water reclaim system. Visit the following links to learn more about our products:
SoBrite Technologies can provide you with a free estimate or any information you need about our reverse osmosis system in Iowa. Send us an email now to get more information or to receive a free quote. Also, you can give our team a call toll free from 8 am to 5 pm on Monday through Friday at 800-762-7483.