InterClean has three different approaches to washing transit bus fleets. We offer drive through designs that are touchless or advanced friction/brushes to do the cleaning or systems that use a combination of both. This allows us to customize our recommendation based on your specific needs or preferences.
InterClean has replaced automatic brush wash systems at school bus garages throughout the USA. These include both moving gantry and drive through brush wash systems. Unlike rotating brushes, the Centri*Spinner system will never damage crossover mirrors, safety side signs, or rear light covers. Architects and engineers designing garages should seriously consider the liability potentially associated with using rotating brushes in school bus washing.
Dramatically reduced chassis and side panel corrosion, as well as greater maintenance accessibility through clean under carriages, are achieved through the regular use of the Centri*Spinner school bus wash system. As with all InterClean Heavy Duty Systems, they are virtually maintenance free.
The Ultima, our specially designed Gantry/Rollover Design require a smaller footprint and are available with multiple options such as touchless, friction or a combination of both.
The newly designed Ultima Fleet Washer presents state-of-the-art technology for the large vehicle cleaning industry and fulfils extensive needs in a variety of applications. The top models combine advanced brushless and brush wash methods and clean all kinds of vehicles from small trucks to complex shaped tractors and trailers.
The Rainbow Ultima is equipped with a prewash and high-pressure systems consisting of oscillating and profiling solid stream nozzle assemblies that have the best available cleaning power for buses, paratransit, and other hard-to-clean odd shaped buses. For standard applications the Ultima can be equipped with conventional high-pressure nozzles.
Transportation vehicles have a large number of areas beyond the reach of brushes. Therefore it is important to note that the high-pressure washing features in this system play a major role in the cleaning processes. Additionally, the high-pressure water jets remove sand and other coarse particles, which could potentially scratch finishes of vehicles during the brush stage of the wash. The Ultima high pressure arch’s use both the conventional flat spray and advanced solid stream pattern for the maximum cleaning impact and efficient washing.
Vertically sweeping side jets clean the sides from sills to roof. For enhanced cleaning, they oscillate up and down so that they overlap each other. Similarly, the high-pressure water jets on the rotary head oscillate sideways. High-pressure water jets, from nozzles situated in the rotary head, clean the vertical and horizontal surfaces from bumper to bumper. Rotational motions of the head, together with the lateral oscillating pattern, direct the far-reaching water jets into vehicle recesses that are beyond the reach of brushes.