Showing posts from May, 2019

WashPad delivered to Morclean HQ before its journey to Bangkok!

WashPad delivered to Morclean HQ before its long journey to Bangkok The 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.  We've stuck KC next to them for size reference...  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 hardwear

Lorry Wash Facility Completed in Cheshire

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