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Project Guilford starting mid-December

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An upcoming Project at a brand-new site in Guilford is nearing its start date in December, within Morclean's busy 2021/2022 project pipeline. This well-known car retailer is needing a bespoke 7.125 x 5m wash pad and blue box delivering and craning in with a HIAB, so that it can swiftly and effectively wash and clean the abundance of cars that will be passing through the site.  The wash pad is being installed by the Morclean Team mid-December, so we're  currently working with the client and the CAD drawings have already been supplied to the main contractor.  The project will also include a canopy and wash room, a tech room, and a high-end spec finish on what is anticipated to be a very busy site. We are proud of our project achievements, from start to end, so if you'd like to take a look at some of our past work, please click onto the links for project our flipbooks below: Projects Catalogue https://www.morclean.com/pdf/morclean-projects-catalogue Past Projects Catalogue htt

It's a pleasure to round off the week with a charity ball announcement

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Our MD, Peter Morley, will be attending the 'sold out' NHBCH Charity Ball black tie event on the Saturday 13th November, celebrating the 25th year of the National  Hereditary Breast Cancer Helpline. To be held at the Technique [football] Stadium (formerly the Proact Stadium) in Chesterfield, this 'sold out' event will be filled with live entertainment, and raffle and auction prizes, with all the money raised going to the wonderful  NHBCH . The Technique Stadium as been home to many a charity event over the years, and this one promises to be as star-studded as the rest.  Organised by the fabulous Meas-Maz Network , the night will be filled with appearances from the likes of The Voice finalist Leona Jorgenson, local legends The Nutty Boys, rising stars from Steelworks Studios, a live set from singer-songwriter Eliot Kennedy, and many surprise acts throughout the night. The main aim of the wonderful  NHBCH   is to ensure that those worried about their family history have

Planning ahead at Denbigh, Wales

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We have just embarked upon a new wash bay project for a company that cleans down refuse trucks in Denbigh, Wales, which will be executed in separate three phases over a one-and-a-half-year timeline. This project will comprise of the installatio n of silt traps, an interceptor, wash water collection tanks, a water reclaim system (where all the all water is fully recycled), a gantry with steps and a walkway to reach top of vehicles, screens, two fixed jet washes, hose reels and pipe work.  The way that each phase of these works is being broken down throughout this period of time is as follows: Phase 1 - Supply 01 November 2021 Silt trap Interceptor Wash water tanks Phase 2 - Reclaim  Scheduled for early/mid-2022 Installation Phase 3 - Wash Bay Installation Scheduled for Spring 2023 Gantry Screens 2 x fixed jet wash Hose reels Pipework Some projects need time. We have the knowhow and patience. We'll be updating you on the first phase of this project soon, but in the meantime, check ou

Wash pad, blue box and interceptor combo Guildford bound

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Cars will always need a good clean down, especially when you're a car dealership with your own service centre. This particular company, which is based in Guildford, is looking forward to being the proud owner of one of our custom-made 7.125m x 5m surface-mounted wash pads, along with XL ramps, one of our above ground blue boxes, a below ground pump chamber, and an 8m x 8.4m x 3.5m canopy. They'll be able to get those high pressure power washers out, and blast off the dirt with peace of mind that any debris will be contained, and all of the wash water  discharged through the partial water  reclaim system ready for  discharging to a mains foul drain . To view all of our vehicle wash systems, click here , and for our water reclaim and storage solutions, click here . www.morclean.com | 01246 471147 | info@morclean.com

Three new bin wash orders bound for West Sussex, North East London, and Bath

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We've just had three new wheelie bin wash machine orders come in - one for our petrol-powered, cost-effective Custom Daily model, and two for our award-winning, best-selling Custom Plus. The Custom Daily will be going to a cleaning equipment supplier in  West Sussex, while one of our Custom Plus's will be delivered to a Council in North-East London, and the other to a window cleaning company based in Radstock, Bath.  Our Daily bin wash is perfect for those of you looking for a profitable gateway into the lucrative bin washing market. With 3 stages of filtration, the 'no frills' Daily is ideal for cleaning either one commerical bin, or two domestic bins at a time, and general cleaning applications. The quality-finished commercial Custom Plus, on the other hand, boasts 6 stages of water filtration, is petrol powered, compact, sturdy and efficient, and comes fitted with a Honda GX engine, 50mm ball hitch, 2200 PSI pump. With it's effortless touch of a button two-bin li

Commissioning of final fix at project Caenby Corner

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Our installation expert, Ian Bridges, is commissioning the final fix and fit at Caenby Corner this week, which  consists of a reclaim system, a  zone injection system, a  10cum3 wash bay 3 stage interceptor, a  ST2000 silt trap, a d iverter chamber with air, and a  10cum3 storage tank. Along with the installation of t wo oil-fired static hot water jet washers, two  user posts to install on wash pad s, a  fitted-out plant room, two   remotes for the user posts, and two hose guns and a lance.  This final phase includes commissioning the equipment, terminating pipework and connections, sealing joints, capping off any ducting, and making good. The task will also involve the connection of hose reels, fiitting hoses, guns and lances, and the labelling up and testing of switch boxes. Alongside running and testing HP jet washers, including pressure and flow, unloader pressure, auto stop and safety switches. And lastly, removing any debris and offcuts, and leaving site tidy.  Phew... that'

Scheduled triple wash pad install in Oxfordshire

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We have an imminent vehicle wash project in the pipeline, where three 6m x 4m wash pads, six ramps and an A/G 4500L interceptor will be installed in the South East of England for the largest used vehicle business in the UK, which undertakes refurbishment, remarketing, and more.  These three surface-mounted vehicle wash platforms will allow for the cleaning down of cars, vans, motorbikes, caravans, and motorhomes on their premises in Upper Heyford. With no ground disturbance or civil works, this hassle-free, relatively swift-fix system will provide the company with a triple car wash solution that is perfect for heavy-duty environments, and where there's a need to wash a higher volume of vehicles. Available in varying sizes, and with a choice of water reclaim and discharge solutions, read the lowdown on these incredibly innovative systems here .