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Morclean Installation Projects - Catering for All Your Needs

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Aside of providing floor care, high pressure cleaners, vapour steam machines, scrubber dryers, sweepers and specialist vacuums, we install drive through lorry washers, vehicle wash pads, interceptors, water recycling equipment, and more.


Morclean caters to all vehicle wash needs, from car valeting equipment all the way up to industrial lorry wash systems, water reclaim and automatic bush wash systems. We also provide a comprehensive range of interceptors and separators, including those used for vehicle washing, oil separation, forecourts and car parks. There are specific separators and interceptors for each individual project and Morclean can offer advice for the appropriate model and specification. 


Our installation projects have taken us all over the country, and even overseas.
Following a successful 2019, we’ve recently been tendering for work to take us into 2020 - taking levels, surveying, assessing and marking out for the potential design and supply of a new wash facility at a site…
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With our installation projects taking us up to the end of the year, we’re also looking forward to a busy and welcome start to 2020. Having secured an exciting new project, which is programmed in for a January 6th start date, the works will be taking place in Newcastle Port of Tyne. This will involve excavating for our supply of new silt traps, interceptors and a pumping station, then reinstating with a new 100M2 concreted wash pad, jet wash, side screens and cladding.

The Port of Tyne site comprises of the commercial docks on and around the River Tyne in Tyne and Wear in the northeast of England, and the wash bay will be used for the washing of heavy-duty plant, machines, excavators, 360's, etc.

The final piccy in this line up is the type of machine we'll be using to do the work, and what will be cleaned on the wash pad after we've done!

We are thrilled to have secured this work and are looking forward to a positive start to the new year 👍

Let’s innovate!hashtag

Morclean Secures New Multi-Pump Project at Northern Based Military Site

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We’re thrilled to have secured a new Multi-Pump project at a Military/Army site in the North of England, that washes all types of trucks, land rovers, tracked vehicles, etc.
The project will involve the installation of a 6-Pump machine, which is a stack of 6 units housed in a plant room instead of pumps dotted all over the site. The HP water outlet is then piped around the yard - a bit like your central heating boiler, piped to radiators instead of a boiler in each room.

There will be 18 user points, 6 of which can be used at the same time. As an operator demands HP water, a pump starts, then 2, then 3 and so on. In reverse they shut down 3, 2, 1… Pumps start and stop randomly, so number 1 doesn’t get worn out before number 6.
You don’t need a pump at each user point that requires power, water, plug-in, set-up, etc. Simply go to each point plug in the hose and go!

There are no trailing cables at each user point, the operator simply plugs in a hose and off he goes!! Innovation in a plant r…

Scrubber Dryers vs Sweepers

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For those of you just entering into the floor cleaning industry, take a look at our new Scrubber vs Sweeper infographic to help make your decision a little easier...

New Wash Pad and Water Treatment Project Secured In Kent

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We are delighted to have secured an order for the supply of surface-mounted wash equipment for the servicing and maintenance of emergency services vehicles in Kent.

The finished project, which is planned for December, will include a wash pad and water treatment.

We're taking this project straight from site survey, design and proposal, all the way through to supply, install and handover.

Let's innovate!

Morclean R&D Alert: NEW Bin Wash STATION!

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Our new Bin Wash Station is a fully enclosed bin wash system, designed and built for niche and specialist on-site applications.
This unique system comprises of pre-spray, wash, rinse, re-oderise and recycle sequences, all with a fresh water rinse option for medical applications. Housed on a fully meshed membrane to collect all waste water, it comes with access ramps and side screens, and is available with cold water, hot water, or steam. Want to find out more? Contact us on 01246 471147 TODAY.
Let's innovate!

Custom+ BinWash En Route to New Dealer!

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2 of 3 Custom+ Petrol Powered Wheelie Bin Wash Machines en route to our new dealer in Europe! 
Our Petrol Powered Wheelie Bin Wash Custom Plus Bin Cleaning machines are sturdy and engineered to be fully self-contained. The purpose-built wheelie bin cleaning machines make the perfect start-up business or an addition to your current fleet.



With added features and specifications the Bin Wash Custom Plus provides a cost effective solution into the lucrative bin washing market. Assembled using a heavy duty galvanised trailer, baffled poly tank and stainless steel catchment tray, the Bin Wash Custom is a petrol powered, compact, sturdy and efficient cleaning machine. Our best-selling trailer mounted machine is fitted with a Honda GX engine, 50mm ball hitch, 2200 PSI pump and feature colour co-ordinated blue front covers that stand out from the crowd. 

Announcing the New Vehicle Powered e-Series Steam Cleaner!

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We're delighted to announce the arrival of the new 2019 product test and trial from Morclean’s R&D!So, what’s this all about? Well, most steam cleaners and pressure washers need either an engine or generator to power them. More recently manufacturers have also added batteries to replace the energy needed, which can be expensive, large and heavy. There’s just not enough Kw in a typical 12V van battery to power a machine like this, but here at Morclean we’ve developed a brand new system that drives a powerful yet low-volume steam cleaner, powered from the vehicle alone. It’s that simple; so let’s innovate! Looking forward to hearing all your feedback and comments!
#newproducts#steamclean#vehiclepowered#steam#clean#system#innovativesolutions

Wash Pads Installed for Motocross Bike Washing at KTM

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It’s been all hands on deck recently at Morclean HQ, not that we’re complaining!
Our innovative WashPads have been absolutely flying out to clients looking for savvy, cost-effective vehicle washing solutions all over the world.  From Bristol to Bangkok, London to Livingstone, Morclean Wash Pads have so far been installed to car dealers, docks, retailers, car actions, funeral care, plumbers and more for the washing of vans, cars, motorbikes plant and machinery.  Totally surface mounted, no civils, compliant, fast to fit and relocatable. No wonder!! Not only for cars and vans but motorbikes too! The installation team has just installed one of our Wash Pads at Silverstone, specifically designed and installed for the washing of championship-winning KTM motocross bikes.

The Planet-Loving Way to Remove Graffiti & Gum

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The Planet-Loving Way to Remove Graffiti & GumAs the way, we treat our planet is becoming more of a problematic the topic each year, it’s important that we all do our bit to be kinder to our home; it is the only one we have after all. One of the issues that we, as a society, need to address, is the way that we approach cleaning. We all love that feeling of getting stuck in and our hands dirty with a good clean and sometimes it’s absolutely necessary, but do we ever stop and really think about all of the harmful chemicals and solvents that we’re voluntarily polluting our air and water supply with?

Graffiti removal is one of these necessities. Of course, nobody likes to see vulgar words or images largely spray painted on to buildings, bridges or statues, nor does anyone want to see it. 

So, what do we do?
We load up our equipment with our noxious graffiti removal spray in hand and get to work scrubbing it down to the brick-like it never happened. But it did happen, and the surface dama…

Bear Cleaning Wins 'Start-Up of the Year' Award at ‘The 2019 Worthies’

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Bear Cleaning celebrates roaring success at ‘The Worthies’A wheelie bin cleaning service using a Morclean BinWash machine, has won ‘Start-Up of the Year’ at The Worthies – an annual award ceremony that honors the people and the businesses who help put the ‘worth’ into Kenilworth.
Husband-and-wife team Ted and Kate Hunter founded Bear Cleaning Ltd in October 2017. They have since cleaned thousands of domestic and commercial bins with the support of Kate’s father, Martin Openshaw.
The coveted ‘Start-Up’ trophy was presented to the entrepreneurial couple at the Chesford Grange Hotel on Thursday, 23 May during an event hosted by award organisers Kenilworth Chamber of Trade.



“We were in it to win it and I truly believe we manifested our success!” says Kate, who is a former social worker. “Everything Ted and I do is for our three boys: Dylan, Tom, and Archie. We have given up our secure public sector jobs and invested everything we have into making Bear Cleaning the go-to cleaning company in…

WashPad delivered to Morclean HQ before its journey to Bangkok!

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WashPad delivered to Morclean HQ before its long journey to BangkokThe guys here at Morclean have been out in the yard enjoying this week, enjoying the beautiful weather whilst it lasts! Having the gorgeous sun beating down makes unloading big deliveries a lot easier than if it was raining... like it usually is!!
This week, we've had a Morclean WashPad delivered to our headquarters in Chesterfield to make sure it's all perfect before it begins its long journey to Bangkok. 

The Morclean WashPad is a solution to heavy-duty environments where a high volume of vehicles needs to be washed. The WashPad is a surface mounted system that collects wastewater when washing vehicles. 

This system is ideal for leasehold or sensitive sites, a multi-story car park, for instance, where ground works are not practical or just not possible. Similarly, we offer Inflatable Vehicle Wash Pad Systems, which are flexible and hardwearing, however, more suited for lighter use and can be easily folded up and…

Lorry Wash Facility Completed in Cheshire

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The Morclean team have recently completed an impressive, new lorry wash facility in Nantwich, Cheshire. The wash system comprises of water recycling, silt traps, interceptors and water storage tanks, whilst contained within a purpose-built gantry with screens to allow access to the tops of vehicles when being washed, whilst containing over-spray. The project has been completed in 3 phases; civil works, steelworks and installing the systems.Phase 1: Civil Works To kickstart the exciting project, civil works are carried out to prepare for the installation of the underground tanks. 
The first port of call was marking out the site. This had to be meticulously done to ensure the dimensions are absolutely perfect before pecking out the existing concrete.

Once the concrete had been removed, it was time to excavate for a 6CuM3 Silt Trap and a 10CuM3 Interceptor tank.
In order to make room for the below ground interceptor and silt trap, approximately 100 tonnes of spoil had to be excavated first. M…

And the winner is... ThermaSteam!

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This time last week the Morclean team were busy busy busy chatting with Cleaning Show 2019 go-ers about our brand new ThermaSteam. So let's reflect on the show...Usually, we bring the BinWash along with us to the show but this year was a little different. This year we brought our new machine, the ThermaSteam, which caught quite a bit of attention due to the mesmerizing video we had playing in the background, showing off exactly what the ThermaSteam can do. 




Monday: Get up and Set up!Monday was set up day and Ian, Keith and Peter were tasked with the job of pulling the stand together and making it look pretty for the busy days ahead. Getting the TV position just right, meticulously sticking the stand graphics up on the boards and making sure the ThermaSteam was looking its best. It was a hectic day, to say the least, with all the other exhibitors doing the same but everything ran smoothly and the set up was a success with no issues. Hats off to the team at Quartz for their smooth or…