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Successful completion of Project Langar in photo form

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We take pride in everything we do, and our projects are a prime example of the precision we always strive to achieve. Take, for example, our recent wash bay installation in Nottinghamshire, where we relocated some of the client's original wash bay equipment from their previous installation, alongside the preparation, excavation, and concrete pour,  Completed last week, the project entailed the i nstallation of a GRP silt trap, a pump and interceptor complete with all ducting & pipework, levelling off the existing surface, and the construction of 20m X 10m concrete bay for the wash area, and all complete with two user posts and hose reels for jet washing. Photographed from start to finish, each stage has been meticulously undertaken  and we're thrilled with the results. To dig deeper into our various wash bay solutions, contact us on 01246 471147, or at  info@morclean.com , or simply visit our  website  today .  Still undecided? Take a look at some of our previous

Announcing Our New Range of UHP (Ultra High Pressure) Cleaners

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If you’re looking for a pressure washer that’s incredibly powerful, you really don't have to look far. We now offer a wide new range of Ultra-High-Pressure (UHP) Water Jetters, which can reach astounding pressures of up to 3,000 bar.  Designed for the professional industrial user, these remarkable machines have the ability to strip away rust and paint on ships, and they’re even capable of removing construction materials such as steel or concrete! Yep, we said they’re powerful and they really are. Available as electric driven, or with a diesel or petrol engine. Hot or cold. Skid, mobile or trailer. These extremely durable, high-performance machines can deal with pretty much any renovation or refurbishment task, making them ideal for use in the most severe and challenging of environments including marine, shipping and offshore; automotive and manufacturing; building and construction; oil, gas, and power plants. Head on over to our new Ultra High-Pressure Cleaners page wher

The proof is in the pad at Zwolle

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If you read our recent When virtual solutions just aren't enough blog post, you would have observed some of the new solutions we have put in place for key clients owing to the ongoing pandemic. Below is the completed wash pad we sent to Zwolle in kit form. The canopy is yet to be installed, but this merrily confirms that we were successful in providing drawings and guides to enable our client to orchestrate their own wash pad build and installation. Transported to its destination in modular format, we sent out our new instruction manuals electronically outlining each step in detail with full-colour supporting images. This allowed the Zwolle team to set up the wash pad successfully, and with ease. If you'd like to know more about our transportable wash pad solutions, contact us on 01246 471147, or via email at info@morclean.com . Alternatively, visit our website at www.morclean.com to discover our full range of products, systems and services.

Fit for purpose at Project Langar

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Everything is coming along nicely, despite a few delays in getting hold of materials, at Project Langar. With the fitting of the jet wash, hose reels and pipework taking place today, alongside running and testing, I will be posting an overall update next week, when everything has been signed off and completed. in the meantime, if you'd like to know more about our vehicle and plant wash systems, visit our site at  www.morclean.com . or give us a call on 01246 471147, where one of our friendly and knowledgeable team will be able to answer any questions you may have. Posted by Michelle Reece ( Marketing Manager)  

Help Morclean finish in last place!

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Our MD and cleaning solutions innovator, Peter Morley, will be taking part in the 7th edition of the Slow Race challenge in Italy in September, where the winner is the one to come last! The beautiful town of Guastalla, which sits north of the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy, comes to life once a year when this wonderful event takes place. With beautiful cars, such as Jaguars and Ferraris, all competing for 'last place'. Peter, who will be raising money for two disabled charities - including Anffas, an Italian association that helps with the assistance of people with disabilities -said: “Local members of the disabled community get to have a ride in the selection of cars that enter the race. I will be driving over to Italy in my own car, and all the costs of travel and expenses will be met personally by me or the business, with 100% of any monies raised given to charity.” Peter’s close friend, Ginetto Tosi, the organiser of the Slow Race , jumped at the opportunity when

Bin Wash Innovation in an Isuzu

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If you love innovation as much as we do, we're convinced that you will be enamoured with our new 𝗜𝗦𝗨𝗭𝗨 𝟰𝘅𝟮 𝗕𝗜𝗡 𝗪𝗔𝗦𝗛 𝗣𝗜𝗖𝗞-𝗨𝗣 CONCEPT! The brand-new Isuzu 4x2 binwash pickup concept, with manufacturers warranty, will answer the needs of inner-city centres and rural roads, where tight spaces and small turning circles are an issue for larger bin wash trailers and vehicles.  This Isuzu is ideal for anyone who doesn't like to tow or reverse a trailer, and with a budget price of £30K for the system [which includes the vehicle and bin wash] over 5 years (£154 per month)  means that both the machine and pick-up are theirs to keep at the end of the term.  Let us know what you think about our newest innovation here . Our survey only takes a few moments to fill in, and every bit of feedback helps us to help you. To find out more about this incredible new system, call 01246 471147, or email info@morclean.com TODAY! 

When virtual solutions just aren't enough

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Many businesses faced changes and challenges due to the Covid-19 epidemic. This included travel restrictions, q uarantine, a significant number of cancelled flights and ferry crossings, staff sick or isolating, restricted access to sites, and many other reasons.   Virtual a lternatives in many firms have included Zoom, MS teams, minimised contact,  w3w to site survey , drones and 3D imaging to survey sites.  However, within a   non-virtual space .  physical items still needed to be installed such as wash pads, water treatment solutions (including our Blue Box and Biox systems). canopies and wash bays.   Business as usual!  Key Industries were still operating and we had to find ways around the restrictions, ways that can't be replaced with "virtual".  One of our biggest challenges was addressing overseas project enquiries. We  had ten European sites that needed answers and a solution, but it was impossible to attend the sites to install.  These sites included Z