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Reclaim Systems

ReVamp Hawaii PW

New member
Can anyone let me know which are the best Reclaim Systems for picking up and transfering wash water with detergents from fleet washing and separating oil and debris for sanitary sewer disposal?
 

Russ Spence

New member
Depends on what you want to spend and what your needs are but the Sirocco is the best for the money in my oponion.
 

ReVamp Hawaii PW

New member
Thanks Russ, I looked into that system and it seems like a great product.
My wash water run off would be at a PH range of about 5-10, which is all thats needed to be able to dischage into sanitary sewer, so all i gotta do is separate the oil and debris from the waste water and be able to transfer it to a tank or sewer.
I was also wondering if the acids and detergents used in fleet washing would harm the transfer pump. I was told that it could be a water reclaim vendor.
Im looking for a reliable system that is ideal for fleet washing.
 

Russ Spence

New member
I use a simple system, its a PEV2 with the OWS 66-200 and I added 3 extra Big Blue 20 Inch polishing filters, it came with one when I bought the system, maybe its overkill I dont know but it looks cool if nothing else!
 

ReVamp Hawaii PW

New member
It sounds efficient too. Im looking at a brochure on the equipment now, Im going to contact the dealer tomorrow and get something put together.
 

ReVamp Hawaii PW

New member
What size generator do you use to run the whole setup?

I use a simple system, its a PEV2 with the OWS 66-200 and I added 3 extra Big Blue 20 Inch polishing filters, it came with one when I bought the system, maybe its overkill I dont know but it looks cool if nothing else!
 

ReVamp Hawaii PW

New member
Damn thats a Big Generator! I have a 5k watt, may have to puchase a bigger one now, but Ill ask the dealer. Thanks for the info, it was helpful.
 

Paul Kassander

UAMCC Associate Member
I agree the Sirocco systems are the best recovery systems out there. General filtering is relatively easy but chemical removal is another story. If you are discharging to sanitary the only thing you should have to worry about with the chemical is Ph levels. If you are two stepping it should not be an issue for you.
 

Paul Kassander

UAMCC Associate Member
Yes they can, but by the time the chemicals get mixed in with the wash water they are usually so dilute that they don't do too much damage. You can get into the habit of flushing it out and that can extend the life.
 

Russ Spence

New member
I think I paid 2500 for the OWS and yes you just plumb them and add as many as you like
 
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Russ Johnson

UAMCC Associate Member
With a recovery unit, the surface cleaner has to have casters...a floater won't float if it's sucked down to the ground.
 
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