Less water, more money

Press Release:

Spray_nozzle_infographic (00000002)Columbia, PA, Jan. 8, 2016

Kleen-Rite Corp announced the latest innovation in spray nozzles and the way to save more money. Rising Water and sewer bills are always at its all-time high and car wash owners need to learn how to take action.  With the water bill being the biggest component in the car wash industry, the smallest component can be one of the greatest influences on the
amount of water that is used. We welcome the spray nozzle.

Spray nozzles are a minuscule part of a car wash and maybe seem unimportant. But it is common for a car wash to be using 30 percent excess water per vehicle if the wrong nozzle is in place.  You also can have a loss of customers as a result of a poor quality wash or excessive downtime as well as unnecessary labor from increased maintenance.

“It’s funny when you’re trying to solve a problem, the answer always seems to be right in front of your face,” President of Kleen-Rite Corp. Mike McKonly said. “Spray nozzles are effective, reliant, and save me a ton of money. I never thought something so small would be so pertinent to a car wash business.”

There is no way you can change the cost of how much water is but you can always change the amount of water you use which is why spray nozzles are the way to go. The annual cost of wasted water and chemicals in an in-bay automatic is $11, 826. Not only that but a conveyor car wash loses about $23,652 alone! That’s a lot of money going down the drain, literally.

As we said, worn nozzles cost you money but by selecting the right nozzle and keeping up on the maintenance, you will save thousands of dollars and time. What are you waiting for?

Kleen-Rite Corp was founded in 1959 and has been a successful business ever since. A car wash that is employed with a large, experienced and skilled team of car wash professionals. Kleen-Rite lives by its creed of being “Your reliable supplier for the car wash industry” and providing “The best for less!” https://www.kleen-ritecorp.com

By Chelsea Dimmig

Kleen-Rite Staff Writer

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